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I have been advised by a lawyer NOT to make any court ordered custody agreements and to work things out by ourselves. I asked though if this means he could take my child longer than I say or for weeks on end without getting in trouble and she said no. Right now I have legal and physical custody and he has "reasonable parenting time" but there is no definition of what that is until he petitions something. Should I just try to work things out without the courts? Would we just type it all up and sign it and would that hold up for now? Please let me know what you have done!Answer Question
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