In North Carolina, the courts base decisions on child custody and child support on the best interest of the child. While it is not necessary for either parent to show that the other is “unfit” in order to have custody of the child. It is not likely that your husband would be awarded sole custody of your child based solely on the fact that you work a non-traditional schedule. If possible, it’s best for you and your husband to begin working on a schedule of custody and visitation that will work best for both of you and your child.
Good luck to you.
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
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