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Custody of Child

After a parent splits up, the question of who will have custody of the kids is crucial. The degree of pain that a child must endure to witness the traumatic process of their parents divorcing has frequently been discussed in films and books. One of the most significant matters on which the court must rule is the custody of a child, which arises following the conclusion of the divorce or legal separation.

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When a court grants a parent custody of a child, that parent has the legal responsibility to raise the child (if the child is less than 18 years of age). The parent whose custody is granted is responsible for the child's financial stability, upkeep in terms of a healthy lifestyle, medical care, and emotional, physical, and mental growth. Only the other parent has the right to see and interact with the child. When deciding who should have custody of a kid, the family courts consider what is in the child's best interests.

When a parent is granted physical custody, it means that they will have guardianship of the child, with the other parent having the right of consent.

Joint custody gives both parents the right to custody, allowing them to alternately raise the kid.

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