law.hofstra.edu/pdf/academics/journals/lawreview/lrv_issues_v34n04_cc3_meyer_final.pdf

both their parents throughout childhood.4 Defining the custodial rights of divorced or ..... THE EVOLUTION OF CUSTODY LAW: FROM SOLE CUSTODY TO.

courts.delaware.gov/family/custody

Under Delaware law, whether parents have joint legal custody or one parent has sole legal custody of a child, each parent has the right to receive, when ...

www.weinsteinlawoffice.com/family-law/child-custody

If the child is going to be in the permanent care of only one parent, the sole custody can be awarded and visitation rights can be given to the other parent.

www.expertise.com/divorce/divorce-and-child-custody-everything-you-need-to-know

May 13, 2015 ... The right may be shared by both parents in a joint physical custody arrangement or granted to only one parent in a sole physical custody ...

www.cchalaw.com/our-news/what-are-a-non-custodial-parents-rights-to-their-child-at-school

Mar 31, 2016 ... If one parent has sole legal physical custody, that parent can make all ... the federal statute Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) ...

denmon.lawyer/family-law/sole-custody-florida

Jun 7, 2016 ... A custodial parent seeking sole custody rights is asking the court to restrict or deny the visitation rights of one parent. As such, the parent must ...

www.charlesullman.com/legal-services/child-custody-lawyer/parents-rights

Physical custody is the right to have the child live with you in your home. Both legal and physical custody can be awarded by the court to either one parent (sole  ...

www.mass.gov/info-details/massachusetts-law-about-child-custody-and-parenting-time

Jun 30, 2018 ... Because "Efforts by a custodial parent to relocate a child out of the ... The putative biological father has no legal rights that need to be protected by the ... one parent who has sole physical custody wants to move out of state.

texaslawhelp.org/article/child-custody-conservatorship

In Texas, the legal word for child custody is “conservatorship. ... In most joint conservatorship orders, one parent will have the exclusive right to ... A Sole Managing Conservator has the exclusive right to make most decisions about the child.