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Yes. If you don't have legal custody then you are not entitled to accept child support.

Yes. If you don't have legal custody then you are not entitled to accept child support.

Yes. If you don't have legal custody then you are not entitled to accept child support.

Yes. If you don't have legal custody then you are not entitled to accept child support.

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Yes. If you don't have legal custody then you are not entitled to accept child support.

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