Free Report: What is Physical Custody in Nevada?
After a couple makes the choice to separate, it becomes necessary to determine how they will divide responsibility for raising their children. The parents may decide together on how parenting time should be shared or a judge can decide if the parents are unable to agree.
No matter who determines the custody arrangement, it is necessary to consider both physical custody and legal custody. An experienced attorney can represent parents during discussions to reach a negotiated settlement or can represent parents in court to make a compelling argument to the judge about what is in the best interests of the child.
A decision on physical custody must be made after considering the unique circumstances of the family dynamic and it is always best if parents can divide physical custody themselves rather than leaving the decision up to a judge.
Topics covered in this report include:
- Physical Custody in a Separation or Divorce
- Determining Physical Custody in a Nevada Divorce