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What is the difference between Joint, Shared, and Sole Custody?

Sole Custody and Joint Custody
Sole and Joint are terms that explain how decisions are made – whether by one parent alone (Sole Custody), or by the two by consulting with each other (Joint Custody).

Shared Custody
Shared Custody refers to the physical residence of the children. If one parent has the children 40% or more of the time, it is Shared Custody.

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