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Jack Hood

It is complex question as the children have rights that need to be addressed. Certainly they will love both parents in the average family especailly if both parents have played a role in the care and control of the child. Spending time equaily with both parents would be their obvious choice, but in the best interests of the child which parent was the primary care giver and can continue the stais quo and which one will cooperate with the other and who is going to give the child the best chance at leaving to be on his own when that time comes. Does an phycological assessment really help in the decision?

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