Shared custody is not appropriate when a child has only one relationship with one parent, no previous relationship with the other parent, or only a peripheral relationship. Different educational plans will then be better used for the goal of building and building the new parent-child relationship. [33] This agreement contains all the essential details of how parents will educate their children together. First, the document deals with custody as follows: for an overview of custody and the visitation process, see the Custody Fact Sheet (Form FL-314-INFO). This factsheet is also available in Spanish, Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese. Definition and explanation of sole custody, an agreement in which only one parent has full custody of their child, often granted in cases where the other parent is abusive or absent. Shared custody has its advantages and disadvantages for both the child and the parents…