As the parent who holds primary custody over a child, the custodial parent has a lot to account for. In simple terms, the custodial parent is ultimately responsible for everything involving child’s physical and legal needs. This can be overwhelming for a lot of new or newly-divorced parents, which inspired us to write this post.
For this post, we’re taking a second look at a bit of conventional “wisdom” that has been passed around in recent years. These days, many couples opt to cohabit together before they get married. The idea is that this helps couples feel out whether they are compatible, making marriage a smoother transition. Premarital cohabitation is a popular practice, giving weight to the idea that this approach is effective.
Those who are convicted of a felony in CA can expect to face a variety of life-long consequences in regards to employment, eligibility for federal aid, housing, and more. However, many people ask about one other area that isn’t always so clear: child custody, visitation, and other family law matters. In other words, are felons able to retain child custody and visitation rights?