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At what age can my children decide where they want to live?

At no age. A child will never be able to decide where he or she will live. The child’s preference is something that a judge will consider under Florida statute. Under the best interest standard there are 20 factors that the judge will consider and the child’s preference is a factor. It is never the determinant factor. Talk to an attorney to figure out if these 20 factors affect your case.

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