Explaining Child Custody

September 22, 2008 by  
Category: Child Custody

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Custody determines who the custodial parent is and who gets the final say in the decision-making process. It does not mean that there is an established time sharing agreement between the parents that outlines how often the access parent is going to see his or her children. Some people think joint custody means equal time […]

Misconceptions Of Common Law Relationships

March 4, 2008 by  
Category: General

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The definition of a common law couple is simply that two people are living together, in a marriage-like relationship. In most cases, it’s pretty easy to identify a common law relationship but there are more difficult situations. For example, it’s possible for a woman to be considered a common law wife even if she has […]

What Is Child Custody?

December 31, 2007 by  
Category: Child Custody

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Custody determines who the custodial parent is and who gets the final say in the decision-making process. It does not mean that there is an established time sharing agreement between the parents that outlines how often the access parent is going to see his or her children. Some people think joint custody means equal time […]