More information is needed. Speak with a Philadelphia family lawyer.
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There is no way to really know the answer to this question. The facts given are not conducive to a yes or no answer. I suggest that you get a family law attorney and file a custody petition. These matters are always open for review. Things change in a dynamic family situation. The courts realize this and are willing to listen to any parent who will promote the best interest of the child.
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