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What is the difference between joint and sole legal custody/time-sharing?

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Joint versus sole custody means if it’s sole custody, one parent makes all the decisions, cares for the child, makes medical decisions, and makes all decisions. In joint custody, you work as a team, and you both have a role in the decision making, which include medical decisions, time sharing, time with each parent, and how to raise that child.

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