is the parent in which the children live the most frequently. A distinction should be made between a legal guardian and a custodial parent because this has given difficulty to some individuals. For clarification, a legal guardian has the ability to make legal decisions on behalf of the child but technically may have no custody rights, and the custodial parent has both the right to make legal decisions and custody of the child.
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