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Changed circumstances do not warrant custody change (access required)

Where the child’s mother, father and grandmother had legal custody, and the grandmother had primary physical custody, mother’s physical custody petition is denied. Although there has been a material change in circumstances, the child’s best interest is served by continuing primary physical custody with the grandmother. Background Rowe is L.D.’s mother. Dessi is her father. L.D. is ...