Fathers often ask us if they can gain joint custody of their kids in a divorce. The answer is simple: Did you jointly share in the care of your children and can you prove it?
Child custody laws vary from state to state, but always are based on the same principles. Basically the principles are that children should have contact with both parents and that contact should be as consistent as possible. Of course there are times when contact with both parents is not appropriate such as when drugs or abuse are involved.
Therefore, the status quo of the parties prior to a divorce is extremely important. Secret Divorce not only teaches you how to establish a beneficial status quo, but what steps you can take to obtain evidence to prove the status quo immediately prior to your divorce. Protect your relationship with your children by learning the law and following the tricks and techniques provided by Secret Divorce.