Child custody in Wisconsin means the legal authority awarded to a parent, decided upon the aspects of a child’s development.
In general, joint custody to both the parents is determined by the judges in Wisconsin.
Custody orders also include a parenting schedule
so that it can set regular and meaningful visitation periods with each parent.
Types of custody:
There are two types of custody seen in Wisconsin. They include:
- Legal custody, which is an authority given by the court to the child’s custodian to make crucial decisions for the child.
- Physical custody is merely offering a placement for the child.