Virtually nil.

Dear almostdone:

Greetings. Joint custody means joint decision making - which can work if the court also orders a parent coordinator also. The parent coordinator can help them learn how to co-parent or parallel parent. Good luck.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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What are the chances of a judge ordering joint physical custody if the two parents cant agree and fight on a constant basis. I mean, the parents cant agree on ANYTHING. They are at the point where they cant even talk to eachother without upsetting one another(sometimes for the most ridiculous reasons.)