Custody FormsDivorcing or unmarried parents involved in child custody cases typically consult a wide variety of resources and file a number of documents with the court. This section contains links to summaries of child custody law, official forms, family court websites, and additional government resources for all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Additionally, you will find information about how to determine who gets custody after a divorce, when you can and cannot claim children as dependents, links to federal government resources pertaining to international parental child abduction and more.
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