Can a family court judge refuse to sign over jurisdiction according to the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act?

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Yes, the UCCJEA is very complicated and there can be innumerable reasons a presiding judge will take aforementioned action. The interpretation of the legal issues covered are always subject to appeal by all involved parties and can be overturned by the judge as unjustifiable as well.
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