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Answered 2005-11-05 03:58:50

File a motion with the courts in the county in which you live to determine custody. You will probably need an attorney or mediator to help you put together a custody agreement. Both parents will need to agree to all the terms of the agreement and then you are both bound to the agreement unless you choose to amend it.

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