You could file but highly unlikely to be granted if contested. Joint legal with your as parent of primary custody.
There are two parts to custody: Legal Custody and Physical Custody. Legal custody is the ability to participate in decision making regarding the "big" issues, such as medical and schooling. Most of the time people receive joint legal custody, though there are times when one parent can get some legal custody. Physical custody is where the child is actually located. Most often both parents get some parenting time with the child, with one parent designated asParent if Primary Residence (PPR). Being the primary caregiver gives you a leg up in being named PPR, but is no guarantee. Best thing you can do is to retain an attorney to represent you.
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It really depends on the case. You should really speak to your attorney who knows your case and can best advise you.
There's no such thing as full custody. Do you mean sole custody?
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