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  • Glenn P. Milgraum, APM

Myth v. Reality: Custody and Joint Decision Making are the Same Thing


“Custody” primarily deals with the physical care and residence of the child, while “joint decision making” focuses on the shared responsibility of making significant choices related to the child's upbringing and well-being. It is possible for these two aspects to be combined in various custody arrangements, depending on the specific circumstances and legal agreements surrounding the child's care.  The mediator will assist the participants in jointly creating a viable arrangement that suits their particular family.
Myth v. reality: Custody and Joint Decision Making are the Same Thing

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