Sure. It's not an ideal situation, granted, but the court recognized that not everyone can afford a two bedroom place.
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Yes. He can have those types of living arrangements. Your son will have his own room. It may not be the best situation, but he is providing your son with adequate living arrangements.
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Poor people can be good parents, too. If it affects your child adversely in some way, you could make an argument for custody modification.
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