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custody, as of a child whose parents are separated, in which two or more people share responsibility.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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Providing for children, even those in
, can create additional expenses.
is completely a disastrous move.
One or the other parent can have sole custody of the children, or the two parents can have shared or
Two common custodial arrangements are sole custody and
If you are asking for
and the statement is not true, you cannot ask for
automatic- less likely for bogus denial visitation.
If both parents agree, the statutes establish a presumption of
Both parents have to agree for
to be ordered.
or no custody status presumption be too costly to administer by the judicial system.
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