Some marriages can end without involving the courts. Others, especially those involving complex assets, require a more litigious approach. One of the most common reasons we see divorce cases go to court is one spouse hiding or cutting off assets to give themselves an unfair advantage.
Some parents can work together to create a fair child custody arrangement. However, constructive collaboration is not always possible. If you and your ex-spouse cannot agree on a reasonable child custody arrangement, you may benefit from learning how a judge may handle your child custody case.