Physical, Legal and Joint Custody
It’s important to know the two different types of custody – physical and legal.
Physical custody determines with who the child(ren) live, and legal custody specifies which parent makes decisions related to health, education and welfare of the child. Joint is possible when both parents can work together successfully in the best interest of the child(ren).
Disputes over custody can cause much bitterness between divorcing parents and it can be easy to lose sight of what’s really important. We offer compassionate representation focused on the best interest of the children and protecting your rights. We’ll also help you work toward resolution before trial. When you take a child custody dispute to court, you are putting the outcome in the hands of the judge.