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A joint physical custody arrangement enables the children to spend time with both parents. This type of arrangement is generally in the best interests of the children, particularly when the parents are cooperative and willing to co-parent their children. Though a custodial time share may be a desired arrangement, it is not a solution that...

In cases where the divorcing parents are capable of co-parenting and live within geographical proximity of each other, a co-parenting custody arrangement may be in the best interests of the children. Traditionally, the custodial parent would have physical custody of the children and the non custodial parent would be allowed visitation every other weekend and,...

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