During a divorce that involves spouses with children, child custody arrangements are generally treated as the highest of priorities. In some cases, a spouse will spend substantial time and money - assuming the process is contentious - to adopt a favorable child custody arrangement. Once a judge finalizes everything, it's set in stone, right?
It's a sad fact that a lot of Minnesota marriages hit hard times. Many options are available to work through the rough patches. For some couples, the best decision may be a parting of ways through a divorce. This may be hard for parents with children, but the decision does not diminish their love for the children and it doesn't have to scuttle any parent-child relationships.