Know the difference between Sole and Joint Custody.
The sole custodian has sole decision making authority in the areas of:
- –Health care
Sole custody doesn’t mean that you get to make decisions in regards to visitation. A non-custodial parent is still entitled to reasonable visitation.
Depending on the circumstances, this is what is best for the child/ren.
Joint custody allows for the maximum amount of participation by both parties with their children. Joint custody requires parents to cooperate and work together to provide a safe, happy, and loving relationship between parents and child/ren.