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In Oklahoma she does. Despite talk to the contrary, there is little equality in Family courts. You should get a consultation with an experienced Family law attorney in your town. They usually give a free or low-cost first consultation. Ask him/her for the realities of the local judges.

I would suggest a person who has limited his/her practice to Family law for quite a while. They're the ones who are frequently in family court and have been before all the judges.

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Q: Does the mother always end up with custody even if the father has not done anything wrong?
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