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Old 01-25-2017, 10:25 PM
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Absent father wants to claim our child

My ex boyfriend and I share joint custody of our son. He moved across the country, and hasn't seen our son in 5 years, but he's been paying child support. There is no order in place to determine who claims our son. I assumed if he lives with me and his father has no contact with him, that I get to claim him. His father said that he intends to this year. Can he do that?



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