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Parental responsibility is the term that describes all the rights, duties and responsibilities which a parent has in relation to their child by law. If the parents are married or if the child was born after the 1st of December 2003 and the father is named on the birth certificate, both parents of the child have joint parental responsibility of their child before, during and after a divorce or separation.
This useful article has been written by Wikivorce member Forseti.
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