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Affects On Families
Affects On Finances
Alcohol Abuse
Alcohol Monitoring
Alimony During Divorce
Biblical Reasons
Caregiver In Child Care
Child Support Increased
Christian Support Groups
Church Statistics
Custody With Drug Abuse
Dating After A Divorce
Divorce For Abandonment
Divorce For Abused Men
Divorce For Adultery
Divorce For An Affair


   Divorce For Finances
Divorce Strategies Men
Divorce Strategies
Domestic Violence
Emotional Abuse
Father's Custody Rights
Groups For Children
Groups For Women
Healing For Christians
Healing For Men
How It Affects Infants
How It Affects Men
How It Affects Toddlers
How Mothers Win Custody
How To Stop A Separation
How To Win Child Support


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Moving Out Of The House
Order For Separation
Primary Custody
Primary Residence
Proving Primary Caregiver
Reconciliation Before
Reconciliation Separated
Restraining Orders
Statistics In America
Statistics In The Church
Temp Order For Custody
Temp Restraining Order
Temporary Order Hearing
What Is Biblical Divorce
Who Is Primary Caregiver


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What Determines Primary Caregiver  
  
While each state governs what determines primary caregiver, common rules apply. A primary caregiver in a child custody case is usually the custodial parent or guardian with whom a minor spends the majority of time in residence. State agencies may provide forms for submitting information to the court to substantiate claims.
  
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