I don't like how the other parent is parenting our child; can I keep our child from that other parent?

It depends. For the most part, unless the other parent has done something rather terrible to a child, the court is unlikely to keep that parent from their children. However, if the other parent is putting your child in danger, is abusing your child, or is neglecting your child, we can discuss options for keeping your child safe. Sometimes, that means modifying custody or parenting time.

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