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Answered 3 days ago by Bradley R. Gammell
Yes. Have sole care an control of your son for at least 6 months gives you standing to file a suit for modification and obtain temporary orders making you the "primary" parent.
Answered 4 days ago by Ronald L. Freeman
No you do not need to start over. You will need to file a request for order and modify the child custody and visitation orders.
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