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April 16, 2012

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Christy

Probably the following:1. Do you have a job and satdey income.2. Do you have an appropriate home for him?3. What about women/relationships in your life? Will they interfere with your ability to care for the boy?4. How will you arrange for care for him (daycare, etc.) when you work?5. What makes you a better father than she is as a mother?6. What is the name/location of your son's doctor/teacher/school/boy scout troup, etc basically see if you know all the details of your son's life.7. What special medical needs does your son have?8. What kind of support will you have in the event you are incapacitated and can't care for him (e.g. grandparents, etc.)9. How liberal will you be in allowing your son to maintain a relationship with his mother?

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