Rochester Child Custody Attorney Explains What You Should Know About Shared Residency
A lot of people come into see me as an experienced Rochester Child Custody Attorney, asking whether or not they can maintain a shared residency arrangement. I explain to that shared residency means there’s a fairly equal sharing in terms of where the children will live. For example, in one common shared residence arrangement, the children live with Mom one week and with Dad the next week. In another type of shared residency arrangement, they live with Mom on Monday and Tuesday, with Dad Wednesday and Thursday – and then alternate weekends. Several factors are important in a shared residency situation. Obviously, Mom and Dad have to get along. It’s also helpful if the parties live relatively close to each other. With a shared residency arrangement, the children spend pretty much equal time with each parent, depending on the chosen arrangement.
Do you and your soon to be ex think that a shared residency plan could help your family? Contact dedicated Rochester Child Custody Attorney Michael Ranzenhofer help guide you.