Custody & Parenting Time
Custody and parenting time (formerly called visitation) can become an issue regardless of whether the parents were ever married to each other. If the parties were never married, paternity must be proven, but otherwise, the same standards of “best interests of the children” apply in initial custody determinations. Once a custody determination is made, a party must prove a number of factors before custody can be changed.
Legal custody is frequently joint, but can also be sole.
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