Will one parent in a same-sex divorce receive majority time-sharing?
A way that one parent can receive majority time-sharing is through settlement. If that parent is requesting majority time-sharing and the other parent isn’t agreeing to it, then they can settle and get it over with. However, if there is something that a parent is requesting and the other parent is opposing, then they’re going to end up going to court and presenting evidence in front of a judge and convincing the judge that it is in the child’s best interest to spend majority time-sharing with that parent. They have to look at these factors. Please discuss it with an attorney and figure out if these work for you and how to have these factors help you get majority time-sharing with your child.