Physical custody is used to describe the person with whom the child lives on a day-to-day basis.
Legal custody is used to describe the person who has the right to make major decisions concerning the child, including decisions about the child’s education, health care, and religious training.
‘So, no, you can’t.’ ‘You say no to everything,’ says Leonard, aged eight.
He and his younger siblings — Jerry, six, and Ottoline, three — then list everything I have said ‘No’ to since they got home from school.
Every day we try to protect them from the sinister elements of life while carefully opening their eyes to some realities which they'll need to know about.
Custody is the physical care and supervision of a child (under 18 years of age).And I worry about the impact social media has on people's ability to form normal face-to-face friendships.I want to teach my children about the importance of talking and listening.In North Carolina, visitation is also considered a type of custody.There are two different types of custody arrangements: Joint/Shared custody and Sole/Exclusive custody.
Some religious believers find that their own opinions of the use of birth control differ from the beliefs espoused by the leaders of their faith, and many grapple with the ethical dilemma of what is conceived as "correct action" according to their faith, versus personal circumstance, reason, and choice.