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It means that the child is all your's and your responsibility.

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What is meant by the phrase petitioner further prays for temporary and permanent legal custody and physical care of the children?

The person has petitioned the court for sole legal and physical custody of the children.The person has petitioned the court for sole legal and physical custody of the children.The person has petitioned the court for sole legal and physical custody of the children.The person has petitioned the court for sole legal and physical custody of the children.


Can you take your child out of school if you are not the legal guardian but you have joint custody?

Not if you do not have legal physical custody. The school would not have any right to release the child to you if the other parent has sole physical custody.Not if you do not have legal physical custody. The school would not have any right to release the child to you if the other parent has sole physical custody.Not if you do not have legal physical custody. The school would not have any right to release the child to you if the other parent has sole physical custody.Not if you do not have legal physical custody. The school would not have any right to release the child to you if the other parent has sole physical custody.


If legal and physical custody was granted to the mother is that the same as full physical and full legal custody?

Yes. Legal and physical custody granted to the mother means full, sole legal and physical custody.


What would determine if you can move with your child?

Whether you have sole legal and physical custody or the other parent has any parental rights.Whether you have sole legal and physical custody or the other parent has any parental rights.Whether you have sole legal and physical custody or the other parent has any parental rights.Whether you have sole legal and physical custody or the other parent has any parental rights.


Can father get sole custody of an eighteen year old when mother has sole legal and physical custody?

The 18 year old is considered an adult. Nobody can have physical or legal custody of her.


What is the difference between physical and sole custody?

ANSWER:Physical custody refers to who the child lives with, the child's main care giver. Legal custody determines who can make decisions concerning the child. There are many variations.Examples:One parent can have sole physical custody with both parents sharing legal custody.One parent can have sole physical and legal custody while the other parent has visitation rights.


What is joint sole custody?

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Can a mother who has joint physical custody of her son pierce his ears without the consent of the father?

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What does it mean to have primary physical and legal custody?

You have sole legal control over the child, the child lives with you and the non-custodial parent has visitations.



If you have sole custody and your ex has physical custody can you keep her?

You cannot have sole custody without physical custody. If your ex has physical custody, you are the non-custodial parent.


When the parent have joint custody and the child gets taken by social services who gets the child if one parent is found unfit?

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Can father let child miss school without mothers permission?

It depends on the law where you live and your custody order. If the father has sole legal custody (as opposed to physical custody) he would be able to make that decision without input from the mother. If legal custody is joint or the mother has sole legal custody, no he could not.


Can a parent who has sole custody move out of GA state with the child?

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What does primary physical and legal custody mean?

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Can divorced parent change daycare providers without other parent's consent?

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What does it mean when the father has sole physical and mother has joint legal?

Sole physical custody designates the parent with whom the child has a permanent residence. Joint legal custody is when both parents share equal rights and obligations to the child in regards to education, health care, financial suppport, etc. regardless of where the child resides.


Do both parents have to make medical decisions when having sole custody?

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Is Primary Physical Custody the same as being the Primary Parent in Nevada?

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Can my ex-wife use images of our children in a publication without my consent?

Yes, if she has sole legal custody. Not necessarily, if you have joint legal custody. Definitely not, if you have sole legal custody.


Is primary physical custody the same as sole custody?

physical means you got posession sole means you got it all


If you have physical custody do you need permission to take the child out of state?

Yes. Physical custody does not constitute sole legal custody, in which one parent has been given the legal authority to make all decisions concerning a minor child, including change of residency. In some states even a parent who has sole legal custody must inform the court and the noncustodial parent before making the move.


Can the custodial parent withdraw child from school without non custodial parent permission?

If they have sole legal custody- yes. See related question link.If they have sole legal custody- yes. See related question link.If they have sole legal custody- yes. See related question link.If they have sole legal custody- yes. See related question link.


What is the difference between primary physical custody and sole custody?

Primary physical custody refers to the parent with whom the child resides with the majority of the time but, joint custody has been granted. Sole custody is when the child resides solely with the named parent giving that parent the legal right to make all decisions (medical, educational, etc.) concerning the child. Sole custody does not mean the non custodial parent can be denied the rights of parental visitation. • In my case, I have primary custody AND sole legal cstody. Being primary custody gives the father the right to make a decision in the event of an emergency, but that's about it. It basically means the father can see the child and take hher out of my home. But, because I have sole legal, he cannot make any decisions concerning anything religious, medical, educational, etc. Having sole legal gives me the right to get her a passport without his permission as well! Sole/Primary/Joint custody essentially just determines where the child lives and who the main care-taker is. It is "legal custody" that determines the right to make decisions.


Can the non custodial parent sign for you to get married if you live with them in Tennessee?

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