Child Custody and Visitation In California there are two kinds of "custody" orders, legal custody and physical custody. Legal custody, which means who will make important decisions for your children (health care, education, and welfare). Legal custody can be: Joint, where both parents share the right and responsibility to make important decisions about the health, education and welfare of the children. Sole, where only one parent has the responsibility to make the important decisions about the health, education and welfare of the children. Physical custody, which means with whom your children will live or spend significant amounts of time. Physical custody can be: Joint, which means that the children live with both parents. Sole or primary, which means the children live with one parent most of the time and usually visit the other parent. At Stucki Law Firm our attorneys assist clients with both simple and complex custody and visitation matters, including "move-away" cases, where one parent wants to relocate outside of California, or even outside the country.
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Child Custody and Visitation In California there are two kinds of "custody" orders, legal custody and physical custody. Legal custody, which means who will make important decisions for your children (health care, education, and welfare). Legal custody can be: Joint, where both parents share the right and responsibility to make important decisions about the health, education and welfare of the children. Sole, where only one parent has the responsibility to make the important decisions about the health, education and welfare of the children. Physical custody, which means with whom your children will live or spend significant amounts of time. Physical custody can be: Joint, which means that the children live with both parents. Sole or primary, which means the children live with one parent most of the time and usually visit the other parent. At Stucki Law Firm our attorneys assist clients with both simple and complex custody and visitation matters, including "move-away" cases, where one parent wants to relocate outside of California, or even outside the country.
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