Shared Phyiscal And Legal Custody  

          Shared physical and legal custody in where the divorced parents are not only responsible for upbringing and welfare of the child but their also get the child to stay with them for longer periods of time based on the joint custody agreement that was mutually agreed upon at the time of the divorce. More...

What Is Meant By Sole Custody Of A Child ?

What Is Meant By Sole Custody Of A Child

What is meant by sole custody of a child? This is a question many people who are getting divorced want an answer to. Sole custody of a child means that just one parent is given complete responsibility of the child's welfare and upbringing, and these rights are completely denied to the other parent. More...

 

Getting Joint Custody Of Your Teenager

Getting Joint Custody Of Your Teenager

Joint or shared physical custody is a form of custody where the child’s time is divided between the each divorced parent's home. This type of arrangement works best when both the parents are able to work well together for the benefit of the child. When there is a conflict between the parents, it opens the door for legal battles over the child. More...

 

Joint Custody And Infant

Joint Custody And Infant

When it comes to joint custody and infant, certain things come into play. Custody for infants in quite different when compared to custody of older toddlers and children. Because infants are so small, both parents need to take into consideration the age and development. This is what makes joint custody of infants so difficult to handle. More...

Joint Custody And Splitting Childrens Expenses

Joint Custody And Splitting Childrens Expenses

Over the last couple of decades, joint custody has been given more preference than any other type of custody. Some states in the United States have laws to ensure that joint custody and splitting children's expenses become the most preferred custody arrangement. More...

 

Parents Rights In Joint Custody

Parents Rights In Joint Custody

Parents' rights in joint custody need to be understood so that you know what responsibilities you have towards your child after divorce. Joint custody is primarily of two types: legal and physical. When parents have joint legal custody, the non-residential parent has the right to decide on legal matters and other issues concerning the child. The parent can ask for all records from doctors or school and can decide on what is best for the child. In addition, the child will be permitted to come for over-nights stays with the non-residential parent based on the custody arrangements agreed upon at the time of divorce.More...

 

Who May File For Joint Custody Of A Minor

Who May File For Joint Custody Of A Minor

When a couple divorce, their relationship with each other usually ends. However, their relationship with their child never ends; this is especially true when a minor child is involved. The parents after finalizing the divorce then try to work out the details of the custody agreement.More...

Joint Maternal And Paternal Child Custody

Joint Maternal And Paternal Child Custody

Joint maternal and paternal child custody basically means that divorced parents share physical custody of the child. Both parents have the rights to decide how the child is brought up and they have to share expenses related to the child, including health insurance, clothes, school fees, outings, entertainment and etc. More...

 

 

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Shared Phyiscal and Legal Custody - Joint Custody And Infant
 

Can-A-Unwed-Father-Win-Joint-Custody      After separation issues concerning child custody are usually the most emotional of all. The case becomes even more complicated if the parents are unmarried. When the child’s parents are unmarried, the law of most states says that the child’s biological mother be awarded sole primary physical custody, ultimately, the court tries to act in the child's best interest unless the father takes action to be awarded custody. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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