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www.griffinandcain.com/does-sole-managing-conservatorship-mean-sole-custody.html

Conversely, when one parent is named the sole managing conservator, that parent will have many of the rights of child-rearing exclusively, whereas the other parent will have a restricted, and more limited, set of rights. What does that mean for what concerns most parents, namely custody? The general outline of a ...

nevadalawhelp.org/es/resource/custody

Sole custody means that the child lives with one parent and visitation with the other parent is at the discretion of the custodial parent. (This does NOT terminate parental rights.) The party requesting sole custody must show why the other party should have limited or no contact with the child. The requesting party may request ...

www.sarilaw.com/Articles/Custody_and_Visitation/Does_sole_custody_prevent.aspx

DOES SOLE CUSTODY PREVENT THE NON-CUSTODIAL PARENT FROM MAKING ANY DECISIONS? By Sari M. Friedman, General Counsel Fathers' Rights Association (NYS & Long Island) ...

www.ksbar.org/page/child_custody

Sole custody means that one parent makes all the major decisions regarding the child's upbringing and the child lives with that parent. The other parent may have specified visitation rights. Sole custody occurs when one parent is not involved, i.e., prison, or suffers from mental incapacity. Divided custody means that one ...

cordellcordell.com/resources/indiana/indiana-child-custody

Parents can share joint legal custody or one party can have sole legal custody. ... Whether a grandparent is given visitation rights is based on the best interests of the child. ... A grandparent's visitation rights survive the adoption of a child by a stepparent or by the child's grandparent, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece, or nephew.

www.mtlawoffice.com/sole-custody

The term sole custody not only concerns the physical custody of a child but also concerns the legal custody of the child involved. Thus, the parent awarded sole custody of a child shall also “have the rights and responsibilities for major decisions concerning the child, including the child's education, health care, extracurricular ...

www.oregonlaws.org/ors/107.154

Unless otherwise ordered by the court, an order of sole custody to one parent shall not deprive the other parent of the following authority: (1) To inspect and receive school records and to consult with school staff concerning the child's welfare and education, to the same extent as the custodial parent may inspect and receive ...

www.iowabar.org/?page=custodyplacement

Joint custody is generally the preferred form of legal custody. "Sole custody” means that only one parent has the right to make the major life decisions for a child. Sole custody is usually granted when the court believes that it would be better for just one parent to make decisions for the child. In order to give a parent sole ...

www.peoples-law.org/child-custody-maryland

Jun 13, 2014 ... Custody and visitation arrangements are never permanent. As situations change, a parent can always petition the Court to modify a Court order. This article is designed to give you general information on how courts decide custody and visitation rights in Maryland. Types of Custody. Either of the separated ...