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Grandparents Win Custody, Not Mom (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms the trial court’s award of sole legal and physical custody of a nine-year-old girl to her grandparents who had consistently cared for her since birth; grandparents rebutted the statutory presumption favoring mother in Va. Code § 20-124.2(B) by clear and convincing evidence. Mother and father divorced in 2005 after six years ...

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