You gave your child life — now divorce threatens the quality of that fleeting childhood. When circumstance demands you divide your child’s world, what options do you have?
Our firm, Bryan L. Salamone & Associates, PC has handled hundreds of child custody matters. From experience, we know custody and visitation arrangements that fit one family do not necessarily suit the next.
The best custody arrangements are those agreed upon by both parents working through their divorce[H1] . We regularly provide knowledgeable advice to clients about custody alternatives they might employ. Common custody options include the following:
Sole custody gives physical and legal responsibility to one parent providing them authority over the physical, educational, and emotional welfare of their child. The non-custodial parent generally supplies financial support and has set visitation rights...
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