How can I increase my chances of getting a larger custody agreement following a same-sex divorce?
If you can’t settle with your spouse at that point and agree on that specific issue, what’s going to happen is you’re going to have to go to court and have the judge make the ultimate decision. The judge will make his or her ultimate decision based on the best interest of the child and the factors under Florida law. There are 20 factors. One of them is the moral fitness of the parent. There are other factors. Please talk to an attorney and figure out exactly how you can have these factors work in your favor.