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Many judges now consider smoking in child custody decisions

As any St. Charles parent going through a divorce knows, getting custody of your children is of the utmost importance. Whether you are going for full or joint custody, you and the family court judge that will ultimately award custody are looking out for your child's well-being and his or her best interests. In order to get custody, you and your family law attorney need to demonstrate your ability to provide a safe and nurturing environment, and now many judges are taking a parent's smoking habits into consideration when making their determinations.

Joseph J. Porzenski
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