Buffalo Divorce Attorney Discusses Joint and Sole Custody
As an experienced Buffalo Divorce Attorney, I am often asked by clients about joint and sole custody. Custody can be joint, which means that both parties are going to be entitled to make decisions that affect the children on a regular basis.
There can be a situation where there is sole custody to one party. Even in a sole custody situation however, often times there is a custody agreement put in for the rights of the other party. Those rights of the other party will generally include rights to medical access, medical records, and educational records. The gathering of these records will be independent so that individual can get this information without having to go through the other parent.
Are you unsure of the difference between joint and sole custody? If so, contact the experienced Buffalo Divorce Attorney Randy Gugino.