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What is the difference between legitimate and physical child custody?

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Answered by Pranav Shandilya
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FAMILY LAW

Legitimate authority is the privilege to settle on choices about a minor kid's well being, security, instruction, religion, welfare, and so on. Physical care is the genuine time a parent spends practicing guardianship and control over a minor kid. Missing surprising conditions, both guardians ordinarily appreciate the privilege to exercise "joint legitimate care" over their minor kid or youngsters. On the off chance that guardians appreciate a "joint physical authority" course of action it implies that each parent has roughly 50% exercise of parental care and control over their minor youngster. 
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