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legaldictionary.net/custodial-parent

Family law refers to a parent who has been awarded sole physical custody of a ... Custodial parent rights vary slightly, depending on the circumstances, and ...

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“Sole legal custody” means that one parent has the right to make these decisions for the minor child(ren) without the other parent's involvement. The parent ...

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Custody is a legal term referring to the right of a person to make decisions about ... When legal custody is awarded to one parent, it is called "sole legal custody.

www.ourfamilywizard.com/knowledge-center/regional-resources/united-states/connecticut/child-custody-laws-connecticut

Sole physical custody will allow for the child to live solely with one parent, while the non-custodial parent may have adequate visitation rights. Sole legal custody  ...

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Sole legal custody grants one parent full legal right and responsibility to be the sole decision-maker in regards to the minor child and his or her education, health  ...

www.communitylegalaid.org/node/3/unmarried-mothers-have-legal-custody

This fact sheet can help you, an unmarried mother, understand your right to ... who gives birth to a child is the sole residential parent and legal custodian of the  ...

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Who has custody when a child is born to an unmarried mother? ... Sole legal custody means one parent has the right to make decisions about the child.

www.petrellilaw.com/philadelphia-family-lawyers/sole-custody

Sole Custody. When one parent is awarded sole custody, he or she is known as the custodial parent and alone holds the child's physical and legal rights.

www.osbar.org/public/legalinfo/1133_ChildCustody.htm

Sole legal custody in Oregon means that the custodial parent makes all major ... Until there is an order of the court, both parents have the same rights to be with ...