I am often asked as a Buffalo Child Custody Attorney, about the differences between joint custody and sole custody.
- Joint custody and sole custody are distinctly different and not necessarily limited to where the children live.
- The difference between joint custody and sole custody is concerned with which parent makes the important decisions in the children’s lives, such as those involving religion and education.
- If one parent has sole custody, that parent will make those very important decisions.
- Joint custody indicates that both parents are involved in making those important decisions.
Are you trying to determine the best custody situation for your family? Contact experienced Buffalo Child Custody Attorney Michael Ranzenhofer for navigation.