Winning full custody in a custody battle where the other parent is filing for joint custody can be a challenging situation to be in. However, there are likely to be very good reasons for why you are doing this. Perhaps you are worried about the way that the other parent is treating your child or about the activities your soon-to-be ex engages in, such as alcohol or drug use. Maybe you even think that the other parent could be a danger to your child.
Some parents get along great after being married, and making joint decisions is easy. For other parents, it's not so easy and one or both spouses seem to fight each other on every single decision.
A divorce is hard on the couple going through it, but it's also hard on their children, family and friends. If you have a teen, then you know that he or she may be extremely sensitive to this topic. Your child might have child custody concerns or be against the divorce completely.