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Child custody is usually distributed to both parents in a divorce. When asked how often and when the father is allowed to see his child, mothers still sit on the longer lever. If only because the children live in their household 80% of the time. So do mothers have a greater right to custody? Let the famliy law firm of Law Office of Joyce Holcomb in San Bernardino help you.

The right to parental care includes the right to personal property and the right to property. Personal rights include, for example, the right to care for the child, the right to reside and the right to determine how the child interacts with third parties. The property right includes, for example, the administration of the property and property of the child or the right to conclude contracts for the child.

In the vast majority of cases, it remains today even after the separation of the parents in the joint custody of the parents. However, if requested to do so, the court may award child custody or parts of it to one parent alone. The court will grant such an application, for example, if the parents lack a minimum level of willingness to co-operate or work for the benefit of the child and the child is heavily burdened by the parents' constant quarrels. Even if a parent far away. If, for example, going abroad and the exercise of common custody presents parents with practical difficulties, a transfer to a parent may be considered. In such a case, however, a power of attorney may be granted to the parent who actually cares for the exercise of custody.