Do semantics matter? Does it matter if we say “custody’ vs “parental decision making authority”? What does “custody” even mean? I think it refers to decisional authority over someone. So is it better to use the term “parental decision making authority,” or is “custody’ simpler? I say K.I.S.S.: Keep it short and simple. What do you think?
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