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www.wkfamilylaw.com/types-of-child-custody-in-california

Joint Legal Custody (Cal. Fam. Code § 3003): A joint legal custody order means “both parents shall share the right and responsibility to make the decisions ...

pridelegal.com/california-child-custody

Aug 2, 2020 ... Although both parents have equal rights to see and take care of their child, the court must uphold the law and ensure that the child is placed ...

cadivorce.com/california-divorce-guide/child-custody-and-visitation/25-tips-effectively-prepare-child-custody-case-california

Preparing for Your California Custody Case · Tell your attorney everything · Put together your witness list · Do not put your children in a difficult position ...

www.maplesfamilylaw.com/child-custody/child-custody-laws-california-need-know

Child custody laws in Stockton (and elsewhere in California) are in place to protect the best interests of the children—but they can be a bit confusing.

www.maplesfamilylaw.com/child-custody/california-infant-custody-laws

California's child custody laws don't differentiate by age (except when a child is old enough to express a preference on which parent he or she would rather ...

www.familylawrights.net/california/fathers-rights

Under California state law, both of the child's parents have the right to seek custody as well as visitation rights. In these cases, the child's mother and ...

www.hg.org/legal-articles/unmarried-parents-in-california-child-custody-issues-51004

While the unmarried mother usually has parental rights in California as a given, she may find problems with having custody and acquiring child support when not ...

www.womenslaw.org/laws/ca/custody

Information about custody in California. ... Laws current as of ... about custody and visitation, you can also visit the California Courts Self Help Center.

www.occourts.org/self-help/familylaw/childcustody.html

California law says that judicial officers must keep the "best interest" of your children in mind when deciding on custody. California laws have changed a ...

www.custodyxchange.com/locations/usa/california/process.php

Before you can request custody, you must open a family law case with your county's superior court; this can be a divorce, a request for a domestic violence ...

www.courts.ca.gov/17975.htm?rdeLocaleAttr=en

In California, either parent can have custody of the children, or the parents can share custody. The judge makes the final decision about custody and visitation ...