Onu Law Firm
We can assist you with creating a creative custody agreement that serves the interests of you and your children. When creating a custody agreement, we take into account your work schedule, your children’s school and activities, holidays, vacations, and any complications to the agreement.

California law draws a distinction between legal and physical custody.

Legal custody is typically shared by both parents even when the child lives predominantly with one parent. It refers to the ability to make decisions concerning the welfare of a child.

Physical custody refers to the living arrangement of a child. Frequently, one parent has primary physical custody, meaning the child resides with and is under that parent’s supervision, while the other parent has visitation rights.  If the child resides for substantial time in both parents’ homes, both parents are deemed to have joint physical custody.

If you would like to discuss these or any other family law concerns, we encourage you to contact our Firm for immediate assistance.

Family Law
Child Support
Spousal Support (Alimony)