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Custody Orders for Newborns or nursing babies.

What effect does breast feeding have on custody decisions? There is no hard and fast rule. There is no law which states that if a baby or child is still nursing, the other parent should not be awarded custody. That being said, arranging for the custody and care of very young children can be challenging because young children tend to need 24-hour supervision and are completely dependent on others to ensure their basic needs are met. In addition, parenting plans for young children must be revised frequently as their needs evolve rapidly; what worked for a 2-month-old isn’t going to work once that child enters preschool. Although both parents will probably want as much time as possible with

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