When you divorce and have children together, one of the most important parts of the process is the arrangement of custody. Different types of custody arrangements exist for a variety of circumstances. In some cases, one parent may believe they should have sole legal and physical custody of the children.
The determination of sole custody is difficult, as it implies the other parent is not fit to make legal decisions or have physical custody of the children without permission from the sole custody holder. The idea of sole custody is difficult to contend with and is typically awarded in severe circumstances. The following are some reasons why one parent may receive sole custody.
History of Abuse