Need advice quick


Dear notsure:

I am sorry, but I don’t understand your question. Can you please ask it again. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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Tomorrow, I meet with our attorney to review a seperation agreement. His specialty is not family law, instead he usually does our real estate stuff. He does seperation agreements for folks sometimes, but cannot advise us. I have made a comprehensive list based on my resarch of websites. Now, I am getting worried that I have not spelled it out correctly. My primary questions are as follows:

If it states that we have joint custody and I am designated as the primary with my husband having visitation (every other weekend, two weeks in the summer, and alternating holidays). I am satisfied with visitation but not sure about the “joint custody” with me as primary.

Thanks for the response.