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Domestic Relations – Parent & Child – Custody – Constitutional – Due Process – In-Court Pronouncement & Written Order (access required)

At the conclusion of the parties’ custody hearing, the trial court announced that it would give the parties joint physical custody of their child; nevertheless, the trial court was free to make a different ruling in its subsequent written order, giving the defendant-mother primary custody and the plaintiff-father alternating weekend visitation. We affirm the custody order. Trial ...

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