FAQ: CHILDREN, CUSTODY, AND PARENTING TIME
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What are some Oregon Revised Statutes regarding Parenting?
Who will get custody of the children?
What type of custody arrangements are possible?
What if my spouse and I can't agree about custody of our children?
If I have legal custody, can I move out of Oregon with my children?
Who receives parenting time?
Is there a specific amount of parenting time the non-custodial parent will receive?
At what age can my child stop going and do I have to make my children go on visits if they don't want to go?
Can I stop allowing parenting time if the other parent is not paying child support?
What is the main difference between joint custody and sole custody?
If I agree to joint custody does that mean my child will spend 50% of the time with the other parent?
So what does having sole custody do for me?
What rights does a non-custodial parent have?
What if I don’t want joint custody?
If I agree to joint custody but we agree I make all the decisions, why shouldn’t I agree to joint custody?
Do you, as a lawyer recommend joint custody?