Child custody law is broken up into two types of custody: physical and legal. If you've been granted full physical custody, your child will live with you. Joint physical custody means that your child will spend significant amounts of time with both parents.
On the other hand, legal custody is the right for a parent to make decisions about the child's upbringing. If you have legal custody over your child, you can make schooling, religious upbringing and medical care decisions for them.
Child custody Attorney Leary McKenzie can help you understand the intricacies of child custody law. Make an appointment to discuss child custody legal services with the McKenzie Law Firm in Dillon, SC today.