Definitions for "Joint custody"
There are two aspects to joint custody: 1) Joint legal custody means that the parties share the rights and responsibilities for making decisions concerning the significant aspects of a child's life, including educational, medical and religious issues. 2) Joint physical custody means that the child lives part of the time with each parent. The nature and extent of sharing of time may vary significantly. It is not unusual for parents to have joint legal custody while one parent has sole or primary physical custody and the other has substantial time with a child.
When both parents share custody of a child after a divorce. There are two kinds of custody: legal custody and physical custody. Either or both may be joint.
When parents who do not live together arrange to share in the upbringing of a child.
Keywords:  weekend, summer, six, weeks
Every other weekend and six weeks in the summer.