Perhaps your spouse has provided well for you during your marriage. You live in a nice home, take extravagant vacations and have every necessity. However, if you are considering divorce, you may feel frustrated and even frightened about how you would manage since you have no access to cash.
In most joint custody arrangements, the court will consider one parent the non-custodial parent. This is often because the children will primarily live with one parent in order to maintain continuity of their lives. For example, if you and the other parent do not live in the same school district, the children would spend the majority of their time with the parent in that school district.
As you moved forward with your career as a law enforcement officer, you may have garnered promotions and accolades for your fine work. You may have shared in the joy of these moments with your spouse and valued the support he or she offered. However, the stress of the job or other marital issues may have resulted in your once-happy marriage taking a turn toward divorce.