What Is The Difference Between Joint Custody And Sole Custody?

By April 9, 2015

In joint custody, the parents make major decisions about the child together – decisions about education, health, and religion, for example. The smaller, day-to-day decisions in joint custody are made by the parent who is physically caring for the child at the time. In sole custody, just one parent has the right to make the major decisions.

Apr 9, 2015   551   Darrin    Child Custody  
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