Should your kids decide where to live?

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How are your kids going manage and survive a divorce? Making the wrong decision can leave lifelong scars on a child, and a relationship, so parents often wonder if they’re doing the right thing.

In this video, attorney Billie Tarascio takes a look a defining question that affects every household of divorced parents with two functioning, albeit separate, parents. Where should the kids live, and should they be allowed to decide who they want to live with?

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