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A Califonia bill which would have permitted a primary residential parent to relocate a-la-Fenwick was withdrawn after more than 4,000 complaints. Here's the scoop from the
San Francisco Law Blog.
Posted by Diana L. Skaggs in Child Custody and Visitation, News | Permalink
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