Often as an experienced Rochester Child Custody Lawyer, I am asked the differences between Joint Custody and Sole Custody in New York.
- If you have joint custody, you and your child’s other parent will be required to make decisions about your child together, cooperatively.
- If you have sole custody of your child, you alone will be required to make decisions about your child.
- You can have a shared residency plan and still have one parent be sole custodian.
Are you trying to decide between joint custody and sole custody in New York? Contact experienced Rochester Divorce Lawyer Michael Schmitt for dedicated help.