We read reports in various “gossip” publications that while Kate takes care of the children on a daily basis; John seems to be living the bachelor life. The court will take into consideration all aspects of the parties’ lives. Speculation rises as to whether Kate will be awarded primary custody of the children due to reports in the media of her engaging in alleged violent rages. Online news reports have alleged that the children have been so frightened by Kate’s rages that they run and hide from their mom. On the other hand, John is allegedly currently living in a posh apartment with lavish vacations and would have to change his lifestyle if he were awarded primary custody of the children. The court will have to determine what is in the minors’ best interest if the parties cannot resolve the matter through mediation.
If Kate and John do not reach an agreement on the custody and visitation of the eight children, the court will be forced to make orders and courts are reluctant to break up families. The court’s goal is to act in the best interest of the children and make sure that they are adequately taken care of. It will be a tough decision for the courts if the parties do not work together and continue to battle.
It is important to have a knowledgeable and dedicated family law attorney on your side to protect your interests and represent you in court. The Judge can make decisions that neither parent likes, so it is important to attempt to work together through the attorneys to reach an agreement. And if you are unable to reach an agreement, it is important to retain an attorney to present your case to the court.
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