While the non-custodial parent is receiving public assistance and the child support order consequently isn't charging, how is it beneficial to the obligee for the obligor to forgo shared legal custody and parenting time? Why is it not in the best interest of the obligor to forgo shared legal custody and parenting time, which is what the custodial parent is requesting due to the obligor currently receiving public assistance? What sort of legal arrangement could make this a favorable outcome for both parties? Thanks.Being that there's no monetary incentive (no child support), the obligee has requested the obligor to terminate shared legal custody and parenting time to be allowed to relocate to a different state. However, to ensure no one gets burned, what sort of legal arrangement would make this a favorable outcome for both parties? Thanks.
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