One of the most difficult things to go through in life is a death of a marriage, or a divorce.
When you have to think about the impact it has on your children, it is very difficult to take that leap for a divorce. Yet is it best for your children to grow up in 2 households, or to grow up in a toxic environment, teaching them that we need to tolerate unhappiness?
What if you don’t have minor children, and your spouse treats you poorly?
If you are looking for sole physical custody, then the first question to ask is: are the children currently in danger when in the care of the other party?
Often times, a parent answers “yes,” but when you ask that parent what the danger is, he/she has a hard time articulating it. Other times, the answer is related to having a poor co-parenting relationship.
So, what would the Court consider as "danger?"
With separated parents on the rise, the following are the top 3 tips to save you from another heartbreak: