Joint custody is a wonderful concept that is difficult to achieve. It requires two very special parents concerned enough about their children to put their own disputes aside when it comes to the children. While it requires a major commitment and a great deal lot of work, it is more than worth the effort if you realize even part of its promise.
Rather than shooting for the moon, and programming a likely failure to achieve the ideal joint custody, strive instead for the more attainable aspects that most easily fit your established lifestyles.
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