When parents divorce, the kids are the most important aspect of the process. You want the best for your children regardless of how much you dislike your previous spouse. With that said, there are many types of child custody parents can enroll in to give their children the best life possible. Each of these custody types are supported by The Fetty Firm. We can help you find the best fit for your situation.
Joint custody is the most popular and the preferred custody type of the Texas courts. This is when both parents have legal custody over the child. There are further joint custody types, such as legal custody and shared physical custody. Joint legal is when both parents have the right to make decisions for their children. Shared physical custody is when the chile has two legal residences. The parents will generally have different times of the week when the child is at their home.
Sole custody is very straight forward. This is when one parent gets legal and physical custody of the child. All decisions pertaining to the child are made by the one parent rather than both. The child does not have two residences like they would in a joint custody.
Temporary custody is usually only during the initial process of a divorce. The child will reside at the established parent’s home until a decision is made in court. This is a short-term arrangement and is not expected to last long. The court will determine what the final custody ruling is.
This form of custody is a more complex type from the previous versions. Split custody involves two or more children. In this type of custody, a single parent does not have full custody of all the children. This type of custody will sometimes allow children to live at their preferred parent’s house. This all depends on the child’s age and other relevant factors.
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Regardless of your situation, let The Fetty Firm represent you in your child custody case. You can contact us today by phone, (214) 546-5746, or visit our website for more information. We will assist you in your child custody case because we know how important children are to their parents.