Attempting to alienate a parent from the minor children, not providing major medical or educational information to the other parent, making decisions involving the minor children without the input of the other parent can affect a custody ruling, or withholding the minor children or preventing a parent’s access to the minor children, without good cause, can affect a later custody ruling.
Tricking the other spouse to leave the home and preventing their return will likely not affect custody or alimony.
Excessive spending will not affect custody. It may affect alimony or more likely, equitable distribution.
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