Legal Custody in Irvine and Orange County

Legal custody consists of the decisions about the children’s health, education and welfare. For example, legal custody decisions are about the school the children will attend, the children’s religious upbringing, or a medical decision made on behalf of a child. Parents can share joint legal custody or either parent can have sole legal custody.

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