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Many Significant Differences Between Joint and Sole Child Custody, Corso & Rhude Says

There are many different types of child custody to consider when filing for divorce from a spouse. From joint custody to the differences between joint legal and joint physical custody, the experienced Arizona divorce lawyers at Corso & Rhude can explain the differences and defend your rights in family court.

Scottsdale, AZ, US, June 27, 2012 -- There are many different types of child custody to consider when filing for divorce from a spouse. From joint custody to the differences between joint legal and joint physical custody, the experienced Arizona divorce lawyers at Corso & Rhude can explain the differences and defend your rights in family court.

In Arizona, joint legal custody means that both parents have equal rights and responsibilities in raising their child. The parents will work together to make important decisions regarding the child’s education and religious upbringing and when giving permissions, such as for sleep overs, summer camps, driving, dating, and etc.

Neither parent is set apart as the primary decision maker; they are equal, except where conditions specified by the court are concerned.

Joint legal custody does not ensure that both parents have equitable time with the child. One parent may spend more time with the child than does the other parent.

Joint physical custody in Arizona means both parents have equal rights and responsibilities in raising their child. They work together to make important decisions regarding the child’s upbringing, and the child shares an equitable amount of time with each parent.

Choosing the custody agreement that is right for your situation can be difficult without the counsel of an experienced divorce attorney, according to the Arizona divorce lawyers at Corso & Rhude.

“It’s our philosophy that every clienhttp://www.prfriend.com/pr/?p=448592t deserves to have a highly-trained, compassionate advocate on their side in the courtroom,” Corso said. “Too many times that doesn’t happen in the family court system. We aim to change that.”

“As a rule, we stress both a personal touch with all of our clients and a commitment to delivering the fairest results,” said Corso & Rhude partner John Rhude. “Our approach to practicing law begins and ends with making sure each and every client receives the most professional representation possible.”

In addition to Arizona divorce cases, the Law Office of Corso & Rhude handles all Arizona family law cases, including child custody, child support issues, alimony disputes, divorce mediation, spousal support issues and visitation rights.

The experienced family law attorneys at Corso & Rhude serve clients throughout Arizona, including the cities of Ahwatukee, Avondale, Buckeye, Chandler, El Mirage, Gilbert, Glendale, Goodyear, Mesa, Peoria, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Sun City, Surprise, Tempe, Tolleson and Youngtown.

To schedule a free consultation, please visit www.corsorhude.com or call (480) 471-4616. The Law Office of Corso & Rhude, PLLC is located at 14500 N. Northsight Blvd., Suite 116 in Scottsdale, Arizona, 85260.

Contact:
Al Stevens
Corso & Rhude
14500 N. Northsight Blvd.
Suite 116
Scottsdale, AZ, 85260
480 235 1770
al@stevenspr.com
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