Md. court: Communication not a prerequisite for joint legal custody

A trial court can award joint legal custody to two parents even if they are found to be nearly incapable of communicating and reaching shared decisions about their children, Maryland’s top court has ruled. The Court of Appeals also found a trial court’s use of tiebreaking provisions granting one parent the final authority to make a ...

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