if you are unmarried and have primary custodial parent with joint legal custody what rights does the father have and can i move out of state
Custody in which the parents of minor children share responsibilities and major decision-making activities related to the child. (See child custody section for your state.)
Parents share the right to make major decisions for their child and to have access to school and medical records.
The sharing, by both parents, of the right to make important decisions about a child's welfare.
An agreement in which a divorced couple share the rights and responsibilities of making major decisions about their child's life.
Both parents, together, make major decisions about their minor children such as residence, healthcare, education, religious practices, etc.
The sharing of the right to make important decisions about a child's welfare by both parents.
A form of custody where both parents have equal rights and responsibilities, including the right to participate in major decisions determining the child's up-bringing including education, health care, and religious training.
Situation in which both parents continue to make joint decisions for their child's education, medical care, religious training, camp, and other day to day matters.
A form of custody of minor children in which the parents share the responsibilities and major decision-making related to the child. (See child custody section).
When both parents make important decisions for a child, like health, education, and well being. In an emergency, one parent can make medical decisions without the other.
Arrangement in which the decision-making responsibility is shared by both parents.