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Does my behavior affect my custody dispute?

When you and your spouse decide it's time to divorce, the hardest part is often coming to a fair agreement about how to handle child custody. Every parent wants the best for his or her child, but in the middle of a custody battle, it is often difficult to differentiate between what is best for a child and what is ideal for a parent. In order to create a truly beneficial custody arrangement, it is important to keep the big picture in mind and always be careful how you interact with your spouse about parenting issues.

Alcoholism and divorce

Even in a best-case-scenario, divorce has the potential to get messy. This is all the more true when one or both spouses in a divorce struggle with alcoholism. If you are considering divorcing an alcoholic spouse, you may have many questions about how his or her behavior may affect the process, and how you can keep that behavior from becoming the centerpiece of the process.

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