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Types Of Child Custody
Once a divorce proceedings start to run, the ultimate question asked by everyone is: who will get primary child custody?
Best Interests of the Child: The Key to Deciding Child Custody Cases
In any child custody case, the court decision always focuses on the “best interests” of the child. This is a great consideration whether an out-of-court settlement has been reached by both parents and their lawyers or a custody decision is made by a family court. What do the child’s best interests involve? Read on to learn more about how custody decisions are made based on this approach.
Child Custody Rights Explained
Child custody rights are granted by a family court judge to one or two of the parents, grandparents, step-parents, or legal guardians. In custody cases, the courts usually favor the biological parents.