Quoting 1inpink2inblue:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Megan&Julian♥:</b>" So if I file for emergency custody ... [snip!] ... considered in the best interest of the child to keep him away from either parent if the parenr is not a danger to the child."
I was asking if he would come home with me. But for the other one, i just read about it like a week ago. If one parents refuses to get along with the other that's also harmful to the child to be exposed to arguing all the time.
8 Ė If you fight a lot with your spouse, be cautious about joint custody.
If the nature of your relationship is such that you canít speak calmly to one another for more than five minutes, joint custody will be a problem. In joint custody, each parent has a legal right to participate in making major decisions for the children. That means youíll be required to have a lot of interaction with your spouse, which can set the stage for long-term bitterness and conflict. The resulting hostility can have a damaging emotional impact on your kids, and lead to a host of problems and adjustment issues later on.
Hereís the most important thing to remember about joint custody: it only works when parents can agree with one another. If your spouse and you donít see eye-to-eye on raising your kids, or continually fight, youíll probably be making many trips to the courthouse. Think carefully before agreeing to joint custody in these circumstances.If you canít get along, you may have to pursue sole custody.