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Time-sharing hearings evaluate factors such as suitability of each parent, the psychological, emotional, and developmental needs of the child, the ability of the parents to communicate with each other, the prior and continuing care the parents have to give to the child, parental support for the other parent’s relationship with the child, the wishes of child (taking into account the child’s age and maturity level), the safety of the child, the geographic proximity of the parents, any custodial agreements of the parents, and any history of domestic abuse. Shared Parental Responsibility allows the parent the right to make decisions regarding medical treatment, get school records and do other things that are typically the right of a parent to do.
Child timesharing disputes determine which parent will have majority time-sharing of the child/ren.

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