Traducción de custody en español:

custody

custodia, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkəstədi/ /ˈkʌstədi/

Ver definición en español de custodia

nombre

  • 1

    (detention)
    to be in (police) custody estar detenido
    • to take sb into custody detener a algn
  • 2

    • 2.1(of child)

      custodia femenino
      he was given custody of the children le dieron la custodia de los niños
      • In a divorce, fathers control custody of sons over the age of two and daughters over the age of seven.
      • Both the applicant and the respondent were seeking sole custody of the children.
      • In Burns, the mother had full custody of two children and the parents shared custody of a third child.
      • The court then has a difficult task in determining which parent should have custody of Michael.
      • The relevant legislation compels an absent parent to pay money to the parent with custody of the child.
      • Once the bum is evicted, file a petition for divorce and temporary custody of the kids.
      • It is almost standard practice in divorce courts for custody of children to be given to the mother.
      • He agreed not to contest my divorce petition and conceded custody of Julian to me.
      • In cases where a couple has a child out of wedlock, the child will take the name of the parent who has custody of the child.
      • Sometimes this was because a parent who had custody of the children moved away and made little attempt to keep contact.
      • Of the remaining four fathers in this study, two reported that they had joint legal custody of their children.
      • Karl's father was awarded sole custody of the child and Ruth was permitted supervised visits.
      • They described a California study in which joint custody was sometimes awarded to resolve familial conflicts.
      • I've had sole custody of my son since he was 6.
      • They threw it out, because the plaintiff did not have legal custody of his daughter.
      • I am however prepared to grant the wife sole interim interim custody at this time.
      • In 1970s Britain, the idea that a father would be granted custody of a baby daughter was unheard of.
      • Christopher is seeking legal and physical custody of the kids.
      • Really think about what kind of custody arrangement you would have with your spouse.

    • 2.2 formal (safekeeping)

      custodia femenino
      cuidado masculino
      in the custody of sb bajo custodia de algn
      • in sb's custody bajo custodia de algn
      • Some of the culture clash between care and custody can be dealt with.
      • The pair will be disqualified from having custody or care of farm animals for five years.
      • On the same day, the society's motion for temporary care and custody was dismissed.
      • For a long period, Chiprovtsi was the seat of the Bulgarian Catholic custody.
      • Except as provided in another state statute, property located in Indiana or another state is subject to the custody of this state as unclaimed property if the property is presumed abandoned.