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  • Battle of 2 Sisters California

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    What happens if Sister A agreed to sign over guardianship of 2 kids (but she has 5) to Sister B. The father and her are separated for over 3 years now. All along Sister B has only took advantage of the situation and is collecting welfare. And Sister A has taken care of the kids since the day they signed over guardianship. Sister A now wants the kids back. At court Sister B made lots of accusations about how Sister A is unfit and she will eventually pass away due to breast cancer. The father is not on the birth certificate, but in court last month, the judge gave Sister A 30 days to tell them who the father is. What are the chances of the father getting custody, if Sister A is proven unfit? Even though Sister B is fighting to have them?

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    the father would be considered before any non-parent.
    http://www.gestaltmediation.com/

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