Read & ReadOctober 19, 2020
What is the difference between sole and joint custody arrangements?
Joint legal custody means that parents share the rights, privileges, duties, and powers relating to their children. Generally, both parents have a say in schooling, religion, and medical decisions.
Joint physical custody means that your child stays overnight more than 30% of the year and both parents contribute to the child support and other expenses related to the child.
For more information regarding legal and physical custody in the state of Utah, please click on this link, http://le.utah.gov/xcode/Title30/Chapter3/30-3-S10.1.html