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My daughter has recently had a terrible accident which has her thinking about her mortality. She has told me that she is going to make out a will, leaving all of her assets AND the custody of her child to her part-time live-in boyfriend, who is not the father of the child. The father himself gave up all legal rights years ago. I need to know if this would stand up in a court of law or if, in the unlikely event of her death, my husband and I as the child's legal grandparents would have the right to custody no matter what her will says?
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