If you have children, and you’re undergoing separation and divorce, one of the first things you’ll need to decide is how to care for your children. Where will they live? Read the transcript here: http://www.separation.ca/videos/custodial-rights
The reality is that custody has to do with decision-making, and ultimately very little to do with where your children live. Essentially, this means you could have joint, or even sole custody of your child or children, and spend very little to no time with them. Practically speaking, parents with sole or joint custody do, in fact, spend significant time with their child or children after separation, but I wanted to illustrate to you the difference between custody and residency. They are two very different legal concepts.
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