I have seen several questions on this topic and want to hear what other people's experiences have been with the legality of this. When I was separated, my attorney told me that it is standard to put in a clause that says there can not be a person of the opposite sex who is not a family member spending the night in either of our houses when the kids are present. I am not sure if it is a law in my state or not. Does anyone know if this is legal in most states? We all need to know for sure about this to protect our kids!
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