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Will moving in with another man ruin my chances of keeping custody/time-sharing of my child?

If a mother or a father moves in with another person and that other person is so unfit ethically that the child would be in danger for being around that other person, that could affect time-sharing. That’s a very unusual and narrow situation. Usually, if somebody moves in with a new person and it’s a stable relationship, it’s a healthy relationship for that child to be around, and it will not affect your time-sharing, it will not affect your parental responsibility, and it’s perfectly acceptable by the courts. The courts do not like to micromanage people’s lives.

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