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Liberty and Rupert will also share joint legal custody of their children, Skyla and Tennyson.
In the documents she asks for child support and sole physical and joint legal custody of Stella, as well as requesting spousal support.
Leving co-authored, as well as the difference between joint legal custody and joint residential custody.
She has petitioned to have joint legal custody of Leni, seven, Henry, six, Johan, five, and Lou, two, with
The model and star of the TV competition series Project Runway is asking for sole physical custody of the children, with Seal getting visitation and joint legal custody.
Article considers, beyond the obvious risks of physical harm, (4) why joint legal custody is not a viable alternative to sole legal custody in cases involving intimate partner violence.
In many states, either parent can consent to the treatment of the child where there exists a court order of joint legal custody.
By incorporating this finding, the judgment for dissolution of marriage not only awarded joint legal custody to the parties, with the respondent designated as the primary residential custodian, but also awarded the petitioner the "usual and customary" visitation.