Facts About Child Custody

When a marriage ends and children are involved, it can be a difficult time for all members involved. A child custody order will be determined based on the type of custody each parent will receive. Custody type outlines the legal rights each parent has while the child is in their care. There are several different types of custody. Joint custody refers to both parents having legal and or physical custody of their children. The amount of time the children share with each parent is about equal. Each parent also has the right to make legal decisions regarding the upbringing of their child, such as which school they will attend and under what religion they will be raised. Sole custody, on the other hand, provides physical and decision-making authority to one parent, often with the other parent having visitation during school breaks and weekends.

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