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Types of Child Custody and Visitation - Single Parents - About.com
Child custody falls into two distinct categories -- legal custody and physical custody. Understand these forms of child custody and your options before you begin ...
Types of Child Support Cases - IV-D & Non I-D - Single Parents
Learn about the types of child support cases, including IV-D, IV-A, IV-E, and non IV-D, as well as the services available to you through the state.
Disadvantages of Joint Child Custody - Single Parents - About.com
Joint child custody is typically the preferred custody arrangement in most courts. A joint custody or shared custody arrangement allows parents to share physical ...
Different Types of Child Custody Explained - Divorce Support
There are many forms of child custody the court can grant a parent. Custody is determined by the laws of your state, any agreements between you and your ...
Joint Custody Child Support - Who Is Expected to Pay - Single Parents
Joint custody child support is determined in several different ways. Learn how the courts deal with the dilemma of determining which parent is expected to pay ...
Child Custody Laws - Statutes For All 50 States - Single Parents
Each state has different child custody laws. Some states presume that parents have joint custody, while other states do not. In addition, some states presume that ...
Illinois - Child Custody Laws by State - Single Parents - About.com
When deciding child custody in Illinois, courts consider the best interests of the ... Family courts in Illinois prefer to award parents joint legal custody, noting that ...
Learn Child Custody Laws in Connecticut - Single Parents - About.com
By law, a Connecticut family court may choose to grant joint custody, sole custody , or third-party custody. For the most part, the statutes dictating child custody in ...
Child Custody in Alabama - Know Your State's Laws - Single Parents
An Alabama court may order joint custody with or without the consent of both parents when it serves the child's best interests. In Alabama, joint custody may be  ...
Child Custody in New Jersey - Single Parents - About.com
When deciding child custody in New Jersey, courts consider the best interests of the ... The courts interpret joint custody to be in the best interests of the child.
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