By default, siblings typically grow up together. They are best friends and they know how to push each other’s buttons. But sometimes there are circumstances that make their cohabitation default questionable. Perhaps it’s a custody battle as the result of a divorce. It might be that their biological parents die unexpectedly. Maybe it’s a case of abuse and neglect that results in the children being removed from the household. Whatever the situation, there are many reasons why it’s important to keep these sibling groups together.
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