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In New Jersey, the person who has physical custody has actual possession of the child. Having legal custody means both parents have the right to make decisions for the child in the areas of health and education. After the parents live separately, the physical and legal custody arrangements must be settled with a custody decision either amongst themselves, memorialized by the court in the final judgment of divorce, or by a family law judge if the parents cannot agree. Coping With Divorce, Divorce And Kids, After Divorce, Newly Divorced Mom, Joint Custody, Kids Sand, Divorce Process, Family Law, Does It Work
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Exploring Joint Custody: What Is It, and How Does It Work

In New Jersey, the person who has physical custody has actual possession of the child. Having legal custody means both parents have the right to make decisions for the child in… 
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