It’s often difficult for couples to divide shared property, assets and personal items if they decide to separate or divorce. This process can be further complicated when children are involved. Not only are parents in a difficult position on having to decide how best to parent children between two households, but children may also not respond well to the changes happening to the family.
Fighting over custody can be an emotional and complex process between parents. Feelings of anger, betrayal and disappointment towards a partner may sometimes cloud a parent’s judgement when they decide on how to co-parent or make decisions regarding children.