Sole legal custody sole legal custody is extremely rare in new jersey and is only granted in the gravest of circumstances this means one parent has all the rights and decision making power determining child custody in new jersey family courts in new jersey consider some of the following factors when deciding custody whether the child has siblings the childs relationship with their parents or siblings the childs preference if the child is at a sufficient age and has the . In new jersey there exist two types of child custody legal custody this pertains to a parents access to school and medical records new jersey precedent prefers joint legal custody in all but extreme cases for example when there has been a history of child abuse physical custody this pertains to where the children will live. There are two main aspects of custody in new jersey and in other states legal custody which parent s is are responsible for decision making on behalf of the child new jersey courts consider a number of factors when determining child custody orders but primarily consider the best interests of the child. After a breakup or divorce in new jersey couples with children must come to a child custody agreement that describes which parent the children will live with how visitation will be scheduled and how the non custodial parent will pay child support some of the factors considered by new jersey in child custody cases include the childs wishes willingness of the parent to cooperate with
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