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Teen subjects of child custody battle located two years later

When New York residents are involved in child custody disputes, sometimes tensions may run high; still, these tensions rarely result in the children involved going missing. However, that is precisely what happened to two out-of-state teens. Two girls who had been missing for over two years were located recently, an out-of-state news station reported. The teenage sisters were the subject of a bitter child custody dispute. Their father, who has full custody, will soon be reunited with his daughters.  

Things to consider when deciding child custody

The first step in assessing child custody is beginning to understand the options available. There are several different kinds of child custody arrangements for New York residents. One option is joint legal custody, in which both parents are able to make decisions that affect their child's welfare and upbringing. Conversely, sole custody may be pursued when one parent is deemed either incapable or unfit for parental duties.

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