What’s the Difference Between Legal and Physical Custody?
By Wine Country Family Law & Bankruptcy Office, P.C. on July 22nd, 2020 in
The decisions made on behalf of the child or children’s welfare, which generally include education, healthcare, extracurricular activities, religious activities or institutions, travel, and living arrangements, are considered legal custody. Physical custody, on the other hand, denotes the parent with whom the child or children spend a significant amount of time.