Judges almost always allow agreements between parents, unless it harms the child. If a parent objects to an agreement, the case is tried to allow the judge to rule on custody. In general, one party has sole or primary custody, and the other party has regular rights of access or education provided. The parties can also agree on shared custody and share the child as close as possible to 50/50. A common physical conservation agreement works best when they are relatively close to one another. This agreement contains all the essential details of how parents will educate their children together. First, the document addresses the issue of child custody in the following way: an educational plan allows parents to describe in detail who can make decisions about the child, how long each party will spend with them and whether a party receives family allowances, as well as any other agreements they may come to. Sometimes it may seem like there`s an endless offer of help for parents who can`t agree to share custody of their child, but finding resources for parents who actually compromise and cooperate can feel like they`re looking for a needle in a haystack. Sole or primary custody means that a parent has custody all the time or most of the time. Shared custody means that the parties share custody equally. They must agree on the sole or joint custody of two types of custody: legal custody and physical custody.