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If a girl gets in trouble with the law can she sign over temporary custody to her mother without the father knowing or saying so?

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2005-10-25 20:29:58
2005-10-25 20:29:58

That's not up to the child. That is up to the courts. And temporary custody would have to go to the court system. If the mother does not already have partial custody of the child, chances are she will not be able to unless something happens to the father. And it also depends on what the charges are against her and how old she is.

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