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Answered 2007-01-16 20:38:55

No, that is not a legal issue. The modification of a custodial order will not change the situation at hand. A judge will not issue an order of how a child should or should not refer to another individual. Furthermore, judges do not look favorably upon either parent that indulges in petty grivances when it involves a child.

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