Family Court when deciding issues such as child support, takes many factors into consideration. Where the child(ren) live for the majority of the time. Which parent has the largest expendable income. How joint custody is set up. For instance, if the child(ren) live with you during the school year. But, with the other parent during holidays, summer vacation, etc. Each parent could be liable for paying support for the length of time the child is in their care.
The parent you primarily reside with. The parent with physical custody.
The purpose of joint legal/physical custody is for the parents to cooperate in all decisions, but in the real world this has not happen. see link
It means one parent is granted physical custody of the child the majority of time (in other words, your primary residence is with that parent). However one parent may have primary physical custody but joint legal custody where the other parent has equal decision making power in the child's life.
It means one parent has greater possession of the child.
You need to discuss that with the other parent.
Primary physical custody applies to whomever the children live with the majority of the time. Their "permanent residence". Partial physical custody, usually designates the parent who has the children on holidays, summer vacation from school, etc.
In the Final Decree of Divorce the Court decided or yourself and your ex agreed who would have primary residence of the child. My advice is to read through your Decree to get answers concerning your child's primary residence. The primary residence will include the school the child will be attending.
File a motion to modify
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Yes if ordered by the Judge. But usually they will have a primary residence. Visitation is listed in the order or the other parent. If you don't have an order of custody or it wasn't addressed, you can always file a motion to have it changed.
Not necessarily. In most cases, the marital residence should be sold as part of the divorce would be equalization of assets and debts. If the residence can easily be kept, then parents should try to amicably work out a shared custody arrangement so the children have equal time with both parents if possible. This means that one residence does need to be deemed the primary, which is what would be on school forms, doctors etc, but that does not change the custody arrangement.
no, but there's a better form of it. see link below
The court order should have specified who has the final say when matters cannot be agreed upon by the parents. Often this is the parent that is deemed the primary residence especially if the parents live in different school zones.
If you live there, of course. If you do not live there, then it is not you 'primary residence'.
file for custody in court.
They are independent properties and there should be no effect on taxes on the primary residence as long as it continues to meet the requirements for a primary residence.
There's no program in place to track the various reasons for a CHANGE in the primary residence of the child.
You need to return to the court that issued the original custody and child support orders and file a modification.
Yes. The designation as primary residence is irrelevant to the number of mortgages.
IIRC, within 30 days of having established residence in that state (ownership of property which serves as a primary residence or employment).
You are required to maintain your auto insurance in your state of primary residence. It will follow you when you travel or visit other states. The key here is "Residence". If you take up residence in any of the states that you travel too, then you are required to notify your insurer and change your insurance within 30 days of taking up residence. You are also required to obtain a drivers license in your new state of residence within 30 days.
Prove that the other parent is not fit to have custody of them.
Primary custody is generally defined as belonging to the parent with whom the child or children reside with the majority of the time. It does not mean that it cannot be a joint custody arrangement as well.
Yes, Primary is all that is required if Parents are Divorced and custudy is in one or the other parent.