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Does a ex partner have any rights to see my son. They are not biological parent and we lived tigethet for approx 8 years

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You are male and she is female. Women usually swing the judge in their favour, but only in a biological mother which she isn't. The fact you lived together for 8 years and she acted as mother may throw things in her favour for visitation but not custody. Depending on the age of your son a judge in family court may ask him. Go to a family lawyer and ask for a 30 minute 'fixed fee consultation'.

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