Child Custody Attorney in Central Ohio
Custody cases are also known as the Allocation of Parental Rights and Responsibilities. “Custody” refers to the details of child responsibilities such as day-to-day care, with whom the child will live most frequently, who will have the right to make long-term decisions about the child, visitation rights, and where the child will attend school. Shared Parenting addresses the custody factors individually, such as granting one parent physical custody (the child lives with one parent but visits the other) but having both parents share legal custody (the legal right to make long-term decisions for the child). Sole custody agreements (one parent holds all physical and legal power for the child) are unusual but may be awarded if one parent is unfit or incapable of responsibility.