What is Legal Decision Making?

As for legal decision-making, the Court will decide whether both parents or one parent will make the legal decisions. The Court can even assign that one parent have decision-making for one specific area of legal decision-making. For example, in instances where parents cannot decide on what school the child will attend, the Court will “split the tie” by awarding one parent decision-making over educational issues only.

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