Were they star-crossed lovers when they first met? Probably.
If you think that formerly married couples are the only couples who argue about child custody, well, you wouldn't be taking into account today's world.
Now here's a complicated case. A wife and husband with two children divorced and in 2011 the mother died from strangulation.
The latest Gallup poll indicates that 60% of Americans believe that the law should allow marriage between gay couples.
You fall in love, you move in together and instead of having children you decide to create embryos together.
How many people interview their prospective in-laws about homosexuality, climate change, or corporal punishment?
Just when you think a child custody issue is resolved, something happens.
Doesn't it appear as though I'm writing a lot about child custody issues of late? You're right.
There are custody disputes, and then there are all-out custody wars.
Are you thinking about leaving your spouse but fear that you can't afford a divorce?