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FOX61 Family First: Hiring a nanny

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HARTFORD -- Deciding who will take care of your children when you're not around is a big task. But, there are many things you can do before, and after, hiring someone to ensure you have the best person possible.

Yona Gregory, an attorney out of New London, is here to talk with us about what you can legally do to make sure your children are safe in the care of the newly hired nanny.

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