Child Custody

Child Custody

Custody refers to the right to make major decisions about the child. Where one parent has sole custody, that parent alone makes all major decisions about the child. Where the parents have joint custody, the parents are to mutually agree upon major decisions concerning the child. A parent can have joint custody of the child, but not shared residence (i.e. mom and dad make joint major decisions about the child, but the child ordinarily resides with just mom).

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