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If your dad sent you to live somewhere else does that mean he still has custody of you?

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2008-06-20 22:23:53
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If you live in the US... Yes, Dad still has custody, unless he has voluntarily given legal custody to someone else or the court has awarded legal custody to someone else (normally only happens in cases where the parent has been proven to be unfit).

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