Child custody and child support commonly contribute to ongoing debate when a couple is divorcing, or even years later, often leading to litigation. Courts consider separating parents to have equal custody, unless determined by the courts to give primary custody to one parent because it is in the best interest of the child. Regardless, the courts can also determine one parent to be the primary financier or caregiver, ultimately affecting the court’s decision on child support. This may even change in the years following.
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