What Constitutes Primary and Joint Physical Custody

For many parents going through a divorce, it can be very unclear what constitutes primary and joint physical custody. Many people probably have the misconception that for the arrangement to constitute joint physical custody, each parent must have the child 50 percent of the time. However, in a fairly recent case, Rivero v. Rivero, the Nevada Supreme Court clarified how much time each parent must have with the child to have joint physical custody. Continue reading “What Constitutes Primary and Joint Physical Custody”