Legal Information: California
3086. Orders of joint physical custody or joint legal custody; designation of primary caretaker and primary home of child
In making an order of joint physical custody or joint legal custody, the court may specify one parent as the primary caretaker of the child and one home as the primary home of the child, for the purposes of determining eligibility for public assistance.
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