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Basically, the mediator's recommendation states "Father shall have full physical custody", but the mother argues that he does not have "full physical custody" because the time share is 70(father)/30(mother) so she thinks they have joint physical custody. Her argument comes after the court order has been signed and filed with the court. On line #1 of the actual court order it states:
Family Court Service Recommendation adopted by the court and hereto attached as exhibit "A". Does that mean the entire recommendation is enforceable and that everything in the mediator's recommendation report is now a part of the court order as well?
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