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The court is concerned with the welfare of the children. Many single parents work, leaving their children in the care of family members, child care facilities, etc. It is also a given that people need time for themselves. Unless the children are neglected and/or endangered it would not be relevant.

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Q: Can a parent lose custody of her children if proven she has asked others to care for the kids while she works or goes out with friends?
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Can Ohio children services take custody of a child when its first born if they already have custody of your children?

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