The two "big" ones are the right to make non-emergency medical, dental and psychological decisions (#2) and the right to make educational decisions (#6).
Often these are exclusively assigned to one parent, but if they will be assigned to both parents, the court (or the parties, if the divorce will be by agreement) have to determine if the rights will be exercised jointly or independently.
(b) The court shall order that each conservator of a child has the duty to inform the other conservator of the child if the conservator resides with for at least 30 days, marries, or intends to marry a person who the conservator knows: (1) is registered as a sex offender under Chapter 62, Code of Criminal Procedure; or (2) is currently charged with an offense for which on conviction the person would be required to register under that chapter.
(c) The notice required to be made under Subsection (b) must be made as soon as practicable but not later than the 40th day after the date the conservator of the child begins to reside with the person or the 10th day after the date the marriage occurs, as appropriate.
It is important to note that it is only the child's residence that is being restricted, and not the parent's. However, the court can restrict a child's residence for certain purposes.
So, when a client asks, "Why is only my residence restricted and not the other parent's", we explain that it is not a parent's residence that is restricted, it is the child's, and if they want to be the primary parent and have the exclusive right to determine the primary residence, their residence will necessarily be restricted too.
We require reservations for both boarding and daycare.Actually, JMC is more of a title, and does not affect the amount of time either parent spends with a child.JMC simply means that the rights that were exclusive to the sole managing conservator under the old scenario can now be made (1) exclusive to one parent, (2) joint (meaning that both parents need to agree before a particular decision can be made for the child), or (3) independent (meaning that either parent can make a particular decision for the child, without the consent of the other parent).As a NEW client – please note, a trial day of daycare () is required before any new dogs can board.We also require at least 48 hours after receiving new vaccinations before boarding or daycare.