For those of you who have a child with special needs, did this affect custody arrangements with your child's other parent?
If so, how?
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23-04-2012 09:42 #1
Special Needs and Shared Custody
23-04-2012 09:59 #2
We do 50/50. It gives each parent a break and to be honest I think dss is more accepting of it cause of his needs, I think he needs to be settled somewhere more but neither parent would cope.
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