In custody actions, the Court’s goal is generally to have a child have a meaningful relationship with each parent. That’s not always possible, though. While each situation is different, seeking sole custody is generally going to mean that there is some major problem with the other party, such as severe substance abuse, abuse of a child, etc. Otherwise, both parties generally get at least some custody, even if it’s minimal or supervised.
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