Typically, if the court order for Child Custody is Joint Legal Custody, then generally speaking, you cannot start a child in an extracurricular activity without the permission of the other parent. Now, this overlaps for custody. The reason for that is because typically if you’ve got a child that you are starting in, let’s say, a softball team, there’s practice sometimes every night during the week, and certainly games on the weekend. Well, if the other parent has weekend time then you’re going to affect that person’s custodial time. If so, the other parent should have a right to decide whether they want to put their child in this softball team, or swimming, or whatever it might be. That is the custodial issue.