what is unsupervised custody if you get arrested
They mean the same thing . The parents share legal and physical custody of the child.See related question.They mean the same thing . The parents share legal and physical custody of the child.See related question.They mean the same thing . The parents share legal and physical custody of the child.See related question.They mean the same thing . The parents share legal and physical custody of the child.See related question.
No. Custody means the child lives with you. Support means you are paying the parent who has custody.
AUC is the value of assets held under custody by a "custodian of securities".
By petitioning the court to give joint custody to the parents. In most state, Joint Legal Custody is the standard. If you mean Joint Physical Custody, with 50/50 Custody, this is more complicated, requiring preparation similar to petitioning for full custody.
yes you will need a coat and a siut case of food
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.
It means that the police can only keep you in custody , for a period of 24, twentyfour hours only. After which they will have to release you.
It means to order someone returned to full custody (usually associated with ordering someone back to jail).
affecting actual arrest of a person
Shared legal custody means that both parents have equal rights to make decisions regarding the child. One parent may have physical custody with the non-physical-custody parent paying child support.
Parents who don't live together have joint custody (also called shared custody) when they share the decision-making responsibilities for, and/or physical control and custody of, their children. Joint custody can exist if the parents are divorced, separated, or no longer cohabiting, or even if they never lived together.
Sole custody means that one parent has legal custody. Absolute custody isn't a commonly used term but it would mean that someone has permanent legal custody. It could refer to more than one person. For example, someone might say (informally) that grandparents have absolute custody if they have been awarded permanent legal guardianship by a court of law.
As long as you have the children 51% of the time. Custody is not an issue regarded by the IRS.
Awarded of the state doesn't mean anything.A ward of the state is a child who is in the custody of the state, because he/she has no parents, or he/she has been removed from their custody.
Yes. If you are arrested by police, you are then in police custody. Custody can simply mean a few minutes in handcuffs, or days in jail, but during that time, the police are responsible for your health and welfare.
my friend lives in new jersey if she has custody of her children can she move out of state and give her children a good life.
Still in custody, but off premises, as would be required for court appearance. etc
That does not mean you have full custody. Even though the father is not around you should still go for full custody. Theres always that chance the father could back around and that child is not with you he has just as much right to that child as you do.
Not sure what you mean but she has the right to go to court to try to get full custody. What she do not have the right to do is to break the custody order and not let the child go when itś your turn.
Neither, just guardianship.
Establishment of the parental rights of access. see link
The final judgment is called "adjudication."
That means that you have temporary custody of a child until something permanent is in place. You probably would be heading back to court when this takes place. You can fight for permanent custody if you like though. see link
the child is only yours until a further decision is made upon the child's circumstances and who should have full legal custody