TYPES OF CUSTODY
Sole custody is when one parent is awarded full legal and physical custody of the child or children.
Shared custody is when each parent has custody of the child or children for an equal amount of time. Sometimes there is no domiciliary parent names.
Split custody is when each parent has sole custody of at least one child.
Custody to Non-Parent
Custody is awarded to a non-parent when it has been deemed that giving custody to either parent would cause substantial harm to the child or children.
TYPES OF CUSTODY*
(*Yes, sometimes type of custody will affect child support!)