Sorry, I'll get this right yet. I've been searching my heart and soul to try to understand this. I'm trying to understand or figure out if I should bring this fact into court, or let it go. I feel if I let it go, I'm putting my stamp of approval on it. Life is hard enough in a normal family, let alone dealing with a divorce. Then to throw this in the mix. The kids don't have a chance. Am I being too old fashioned about this?
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