Can I take my child with me if I leave my husband?
If you leave your husband, you two would have to work out a custody arrangement. If you cannot agree on one, it would have to go to a judge who will decide custody. You cannot just take the child and leave. You don’t have the legal right to do that.
Will living with my boyfriend affect custody?
Unless you have crafted a custody agreement, the court always decides where the child should live based on his or her interest. Moving in with your boyfriend isn’t something that can impact your custody, but it is something that brings another party into the equation.
Should an unhappy couple stay together because of a child?
Is it always best to stay together for the kids? The short-term answer is usually yes. Children thrive in predictable, secure families with two parents who love them and love each other. Try your best to make your marriage work, but don’t stay in an unhappy relationship only for the sake of your children.
Why does he stay if he is unhappy?
Sometimes, men will stay in an unhappy relationship because it’s an easy avenue to sex – he doesn’t have to go elsewhere to look for it, and he doesn’t have to worry about why he isn’t getting any. Just as sex is a reason why men leave relationships, it can be a reason to stay in one – even if he’s unhappy.
Why do husbands and wives drift apart?
Marriages often drift apart because husbands and wives become comfortable and/or selfish. And purging that is, well, uncomfortable. Intimacy is a two-way conversation and, in order to thrive, you and your husband will need to work together.
Why do couples choose to live separately?
Couples decide to live separately for different reasons, whether it’s because they love their solitude and space, they have to be in different locations for work or financial reasons, or because they feel like not being together constantly actually strengthens their bond.