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Managing Conservator

Spanish translation: your answer is: "Tutor "

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02:49 Jun 14, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents
English term or phrase: Managing Conservator
It is a Decree of Divorce
"... and XXXX is hereby appointed Managing Conservator of YYYY..."
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Spanish translation:your answer is: "Tutor "
Explanation:
But you must be carefull because the parragraph is too short.-
Usually Managing Conservators are named by judges after a Social Worker interviews and researchs family situation.
If still in doubt chek this url: http://www.divorcecentral.com/forums/parenting_forums/messag...
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Clara Albornoz
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Summary of answers provided
nayour answer is: "Tutor "
Clara Albornoz
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6 hrs
tutor


Explanation:
Me parece mas logico dentro del contexto


    Renato
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7 hrs
your answer is: "Tutor "


Explanation:
But you must be carefull because the parragraph is too short.-
Usually Managing Conservators are named by judges after a Social Worker interviews and researchs family situation.
If still in doubt chek this url: http://www.divorcecentral.com/forums/parenting_forums/messag...


    Collins Cobuild, Spanish Language, editon 2.000
Clara Albornoz
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