I am the biological mother of my seven-year-old daughter. I artificially inseminated at home; my ex legally adopted her when she was 6 months old. We split up a year and a half ago and have been sharing custody of her since then. I have had my daughter more than 50% of the time since we split up. My ex is now asking for a 50-50 arrangement. I don't think this is in the best interest of my daughter. Do I have a chance at gaining sole custody with my ex getting alternating weekend visitations? If I were to move to Washington State, would the adoption still be legal?
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