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    Child Care: Re: Limiting Child's Abilities

    Your ex can't stop you from providing driver's ed on your time or prevent you from riding along with her for the driving experience the kid needs while on your time. If the state will accept a...
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    Child Care: Re: Limiting Child's Abilities

    Correct. But the Washington law and regulations do not specify whether "custodial parent" means a parent with legal custody or a parent with primary physical custody, and if it is legal custody...
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    Child Care: Re: Limiting Child's Abilities

    You are asking the other parent to sign the kid up for driver's ed and then presumably take the time to do the supervised driving that the kid needs to get a license. So aside from the cost of the...
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