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Is sole or joint custody better to the child if the reason for divorce is irreconcilable difference?


Most couples who end up separating cite irreconcilable differences as the main reason for divorce. If the parents have this as a problem is it good for the child, or is it better if one is the main custodial parent?

 

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    Columba Smith (Collisa) 5 years ago

    In many cases, perhaps, it's true that the child becomes a weapon. However, many other custody battles are fought against insane and dangerous exes, for the child's safety. I'm thankful I never went through that, but I know women who have.

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    Columba Smith (Collisa) 5 years ago

    This is true. Sadly, if one parent insists on divorce there is nothing the other parent can do to prevent it.

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