Custody and Divorce cases are probably the most difficult cases to investigate. A quote by Jonathan Edwards: “There are always two sides to every story” and indeed there are. Between both lies the truth.
In this blog we will concentrate on “Custody”: Usually the court awards custody prior to the final decree when the divorce is final, or at the original custody hearing. When physical custody is awarded to a sole parent it has either been a joint decision or one parent has been proven in court to be unfit. Unfit could suggest that one parent isn’t financially able to care for the children on a fulltime basis, or that one parent isn’t employed, doesn’t have proper living quarters, etc. Additionally, unfit could indicate an [...]