In a prior Divorce blog post, I covered Child Custody. Click here to read that post first before finishing this one. Today we will go over what Physical Custody is.
As Custody covers the general topic of who cares for the child, there are different types of Custody in New York. One main type is Physical Custody. Physical Custody determines who the child or children actually stay with. It could be with one parent solely while the other parent visits. It could also be shared Physical Custody where the parents share physical custody of the child (an example is a child might stay with one parent during the week and the other during the weekend). Physical Custody discussions amongst parties can be a large part of the Divorce process. Our law firm can help with Physical Custody issues.
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