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Best Interests of the children. Are you talking about physical custody or legal custody? Visitation schedule?

Hopefully the parents can work it out in concilation court.

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ANSWER:: my parents are divorced and live three hours away from each other and have joint custody so it is possible.

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Q: If the parents live in two different cities do they still have the right to joint custody or will the judge order one of them sole custody?
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