why does josh eliot have custody of his daughter?

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Answered: What's in Eliot Spitzer's future?

News reports state that CNN and other broadcasting companies are speaking with him . Someone will probably give this poor excuse of a human being a job . Sad but true . It's a reflection of the society we live in . I wouldn't watch him if it was the last show on earth .

Answered: Birthplace of Eliot Porter

Eliot Furness Porter was born in 1901 in the Chicago suburb of Winnetka, Illinois.

Answered: Is there any way to amicably resolve a custody ...

As long as you have a safe place to stay, stable income and not violent backround you should be able to get the judge to see your point.

Answered: Please help me, my daughter died and I need someone from AOL to contact

There are AOL telephone numbers such as 1-888-265-8008 and 1-800-827-6364. Perhaps they can help, but privacy will limit what they will do for you. If you think your daughter was murdered, the police can get a warrant to examine her mail.

Answered: Did Josh cheat on Fergie?

Oh it was that girl that has not had everything tweeked
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How long will Josh and Fergie last?

i don't have the answer. i only hope they will be successful together.

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Eliot Spitzer

His political career is over. He resigned today because he knows what he did was wrong. Spitzer built his political reputation on rooting out government corruption, and made a name for himself as attorney general as crusader against shady practices and overly generous compensation. He also cracked ...

Child custody in Wyoming

for as I know judge look at both parent mostly to see if there drug problem in family or alcohol and look at who has job and look at if mother living her mother and step father then child has roof over the child head then look at if her mother feeding and clothing this child. The judge does look at ...