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www.bakerlaw-az.com/Family-Law-Overview/Sole-Custody-vs-Joint-Custody.shtml

Custody arrangements may also impact visitation rights, child support and other matters. Understanding the differences between sole custody and joint custody is important for parents going through a divorce or family law matter. At The Baker Law Firm, located in Phoenix, our lawyers have significant experience in divorce,  ...

dmglawny.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Article_sole-custody.pdf

pp 23-24, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit certified a question to the New York. Court of Appeals, stating that that Court needs to decide whether a noncustodial parent has the right to participate in educational decisions relating to a child where the divorce decree and custody order do no more than grant sole  ...

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The difference between joint custody and sole custody is the degree of rights that the non-custodial parent has in the decision making process for the child. Basically, joint custody is an arrangement wherein the parents legally share rights and responsibilities for major decisions concerning the child. These decisions could ...

www.livesaymyers.com/sole-custody-children-virginia

Apr 13, 2017 ... While many parents are inclined to seek sole custody of their kids, very few are familiar with what the term “sole custody” actually means, and the difficulty that comes with trying to win sole custody of children in Virginia. In Virginia, there are two types of custody: legal and physical. Legal custody is the right ...

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

Mar 31, 2016 ... In Indiana, there are two types of custody: legal custody (the authority and responsibility for major decisions concerning the child's upbringing, such as education or health care) and physical custody (where the child resides and is supervised). Both kinds of custody can be either joint or sole. If one parent ...

www.courts.oregon.gov/programs/family/children/Pages/custody-parenting-time.aspx

Custody (Legal Decision Making). There are two common types of custody in Oregon: joint custody and sole custody. The type of custody parents have determines who will have final authority to make major decisions. Major decisions include, but are not limited to the child's religion, education, health care , and where the ...

education.state.mn.us/mdeprod/idcplg?IdcService=GET_FILE&dDocName=002406&RevisionSelectionMethod=latestReleased&Rendition=primary

Jan 13, 2009 ... custodial parent to participate in the Individual Education Plan (IEP) team process. Question 1: If, as part of a custody proceeding one parent is awarded sole legal custody of a child, does the non-custodial parent retain rights to participate in the IEP team process? Answer: Both federal and Minnesota law ...

www.palawhelp.org/resource/custody-myths-facts

Myth: If I have a court order that grants the other parent partial custody/visitation rights, the court will force him or her to exercise them. ... of both parents. If the father is not legally identified when the child's birth certificate is submitted (about ten days after the birth), then the mother has the sole right to choose the child's name.

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

Child custody refers to the duty to care for children and the time spent with them. Legal custody is the right to make major decisions on behalf of the child. 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 custody)  ...