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Can I Make Major Decisions On My Own When I Share Legal Custody?
Can I Make Major Decisions On My Own When I Share Legal Custody?

When you and your child’s other parent conflict over major decisions for your child, it might put a roadblock to making substantial decisions in your child’s life. When it comes to medical care, education, or other major issues in your child’s life, it is important to ...

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    When you and your child’s other parent conflict over major decisions for your child, it might put a roadblock to making substantial decisions in your child’s life. When it comes to medical care, ...

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    This fall, you may notice a change in your own or your child’s schedule that may make it difficult to follow your time-sharing schedule in your child’s parenting plan. When a change in schedule causes ...

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