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It designates that both parents have the same rights to make decisions on pertaining to the child's/children's welfare. Such as schooling, medical care, participation in sports, etc. Although if compromises cannot be made the court will not trouble itself with the trivial issues, such as whether or not a child should be allowed to play soccer. Hopefully all decisions that need to be made by the parents will be amicable and in the child's/children's best interest.

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Q: What does it mean if the custody agreement is equal?
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