noncustodial

non·cus·to·di·al

 (nŏn′kŭ-stō′dē-əl)
adj.
1. Not having custody of one's children after a divorce or separation: a noncustodial parent.
2. Of or relating to a lack of child custody: noncustodial households.

noncustodial

(ˌnɒnkʌˈstəʊdɪəl)
adj
1. (Law) not having custody of a child
2. (Law) not involving a prison term
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24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The parents of two boys believed to have been abducted by their noncustodial mother have launched a nationwide search to bring them home.
The judge yesterday heard defence arguments for a noncustodial sentence, including the fact that former Anglo chairman FitzPatrick was the "prime-mover" and main beneficiary of the fraud and that none of the accused profited from it in any way.
In 2014 you carried out a sexual assault on a bus and received a community order where the court mercifully looked at your position and tried to deal with you in a noncustodial way.
Kaitlyne Wirth is the noncustodial parent, police said, and had violated a court order when she took the child on Thursday.
The taxpayer involved was the noncustodial father of a minor child who lost the benefit of several tax provisions, including the child tax credit, dependency exemption, and earned income tax credit (EITC).
Noncustodial parents who owe delinquent child support and win a large-enough jackpot to file a federal W2G form will see that money turned over to HFS Division of Child Support to pay down the debt to their families.
Under the new proposals, the noncustodial parent would be allowed to spend the same amount of time with their child as the custodial one provided strict criteria are met and the child agrees.
The judge handed down an immediate prison term for the charge of culpable homicide, saying she believed a noncustodial sentence would "send the wrong message to the community".
Too many noncustodial parents think prompt child support and a birthday gift compensate for limited personal attention.
The rates of selected judges and investigators for noncustodial pre-trial restriction measures varies from $500 to $2,000 in Kyrgyzstan, Ombudsman Bakyt Amanbayev told a press conference in AKIpress on September 16 but did not cite concrete examples.
Taking into account the fact you are effectively a first offender, it is possible to deal with it in a noncustodial way.
22) McLeod arguably stands for no more than that DOR may not accept as a Title IV-D client a noncustodial parent seeking a downward modification if neither parent nor the child has been on public assistance, the parties obtained the establishment order without DOR's services, and the custodial parent has enforced the order without DOR's services.