Yes. Joint legal custody means that both parents have the right to make decisions in regards to their child's educational, medical,and religious needs. The parents are to agree mutually in regards to all the above and if decisions can not be made the courts may need to become involved (by either party stating their reason why a change should or should not be made in regards to issue at hand).
no, non- custodial parent cannot, take the custody order to school, daycare, and hospital,
No. You can only run a daycare in the Sims; you cannot drop your children off at another daycare.
The answer can vary depending on the state. If it is a non custodial day, but the parent that had custody that asked them to, and they are on the daycare's pick up list, it should be fine. If the parent that had custody that day did not give prior permission, or make the request of the step parent, it could potentially be interfering with child custody. The rules of child custody can vary a lot, not only per state, but also per case. A lot can come down to who your judge is. Your best bet is to contact your family attorney, and fill him or her in on everything that happened.
Step one would be to get a court order for custody. Until there is one, the father isn't actually breaking any laws.
If you are wanting to start a children's daycare in your home, there are a few requirements to consider. Firstly, you will need to obtain the proper licensing and insurance in order to be granted permission.
According to a daycare worker, you can have 5 children older than 2 in a daycare without a license. For babies, it's 3.
No you do not have to have one if you have 5 children or less in most states
home daycare doesn't hold as many laws as a public one...
it depends upon how big the daycare is and how many children go there
It depends on the daycare what the minimum age is. Some daycares hire teachers helpers at sixteen. Also, private daycare is up to the parents of the children placing their kids in daycare.