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Return to the court that granted the temporary custody and ask to have that order terminated.

Return to the court that granted the temporary custody and ask to have that order terminated.

Return to the court that granted the temporary custody and ask to have that order terminated.

Return to the court that granted the temporary custody and ask to have that order terminated.

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Return to the court that granted the temporary custody and ask to have that order terminated.

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