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There are different types of child custody and these are as follows: a) legal custody, wherein a parent with legal custody is allowed to make certain decisions regarding the health, welfare andeducation of his or her child, b) physical custody, is a legal fight for the actual or physical right to be with the child, c) sole legal custody, involves the awarding of sole legal custody to one parentthus giving the sole legal parent the right to decide on the child's health, education and welfare, d) sole physical custody, is when one parent is awarded the sole physical custody of a child meaningthe child will live or remain with him or her and the other parent is not given any right from having physical custody of the child especially when the other parent has been found out to abused andneglect the child, e) join legal custody, wherein both parents are given the right to participate in decision making regarding the health, education and welfare of their child, f) joint physicalcustody, is where both parents have the right to be with the child and also allows both parents to conduct a parenting plan in order to settle on the schedule of taking care of their child, and the last oneis g) shared custody, is wherein both the parents have equal share when it comes to the legal as well as the physical custody of the child.

As you may have notice all the different types ofcustody involves custody and visitation. The factors as well as the circumstances taken in consideration by the court in determining whether a parent can have custody and visitation rights are basically thesame. The child visitation refers to the time given to a non-custodial parent to be with the child. On the other hand, the custodial parent's rights to be with the child are subject to thenon-custodial parent's right to visit the child.

Together with child custody is parenting plan. This plan refers to the agreement between the parents as well as the court order in which provisions for...