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Domestic Relations – Parent & Child – Joint Legal Custody – Decision-Making Authority (access required)

The trial court found that the plaintiff-father does not see to it that the parties’ child, “Ayden,” gets his ADHD medication. The trial court’s findings may support its deviation from pure joint legal custody by granting the defendant-mother final decision-making authority if the parties dispute matters concerning Ayden’s ADHD treatment; however the findings are insufficient ...

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