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 What are the diadvantages of a joint family for a growing child?

Answer Nothing at all--it's not a big deal.
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Are extended family and joint family the same terms?

What are the legal obligations for a family that re-homes an internationally adopted child with another family under temporary custody with intention to adopt and the new family changes their mind?

The court will want the name and last known address of the father. They will post a Notice in the local paper where he supposedly lives. If he doesn't respond within the time limit the adoption can... Read More »
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If 2 parents have joint custody and are fighting over who the child lives with how old does the child need to be to have a say in which house she wants to live in?

AnswerTime for the two parents to grow up and come to some sort of an amicable agreement. All a child sees is "mom and dad" and anything other than that is useless information for him/her. The son/... Read More »
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Why does your boyfriend have to pay child support when he has joint custody of his kids you live together and have a child of your own?

The answer is simple: Child support is paid to the parent who has physical custody of the children by the parent who does not support the children in a residential setting on a daily basis. The chi... Read More »
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