Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie were on-and-off for over a year before they finally decided to file for divorce. Mike, who cheated on Hilary, is fighting for joint custody of Luca, the couple’s three year old son and things are getting ugly. In the initial divorce paperwork filed by Hilary, the actress requested primary physical custody of Luca with Mike having only visitation rights. The former hockey star was not satisfied with visitation rights and is seeking to share custody of their son.
According to TMZ, Hilary is concerned about Mike’s parenting skills. She does not want Mike’s partying to impact their son. His desire to live like he was single during their marriage broke their family apart and Hilary wants to stop the damage he is causing. She finally realized that he is not going to change, so she must take action to protect Luca.
That being said, Hilary wants to keep the divorce as amicable as possible. In recent interviews she has claimed that there is still a lot of love between them and that they simply were no longer meant to be together. Unfortunately, now that the custody battle is heating up, that sentiment could change. While Hilary and Mike had a prenuptial agreement that both sides have acknowledged, so it all comes down to Luca.
It seems custody battles in celebrity divorces are so dramatic, but we understand that all custody battles are difficult. It is our goal to help you reach a custody arrangement with your spouse that is in the best interests of your child. After a couple has divorced, in most cases it is important for a child to have his or her mother and father involved in his or her life. However, if your spouse is engaging in partying or other destructive behaviors that could detrimentally impact your child, we aggressively fight for your right to have primary custody.
Whether your divorce is amicable or full of disputes, we are here to help. Contact the knowledgeable attorneys at the Men’s Divorce Law Firm. Our office is located in Orlando, Florida, but we proudly serve husbands and fathers across the State. The firm also serves men out of state with child custody interests in Florida.