In Georgia, judges see joint custody as the better custody arrangement because it allows parents to continue to take an equal part in their children's lives despite the fact that they are no longer living together. But just because parents are supposed to share legal and physical custody equally doesn't always mean it happens.
In some circumstances, parents will knowingly ignore the terms of a custody arrangement out of spite for their ex-spouse. They may purposefully skip visitation days or only drop of one child and withhold the others during a scheduled time. In many cases, noncustodial parents are on the receiving end of this maliciousness, which oftentimes leads to the question: