No. The legal standard used by the Court is "best interest of the child." If the father has physical, or residential custody of the child, the Court may consider the child's wishes in connection to an application for a change in custody. However, the child's wishes will only be considered in connection to a variety of other factors which will also be closely examined, such as educational, emotional, health, etc. I strongly recommend that you promptly contact a family law attorney to discuss this matter further.
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