The grounds alleged in a complaint isn't what's important - custody determinations are made on the basis of the best interest of the child.
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The court will award custody based upon the best interests of the child standard if the parties do not reach a settlement. The grounds upon which the divorce will be granted do not generally impact the custody determination unless there is a direct correlation with the custody issues.
Best interests of the child will be the determining factor. Not the basis for filing your divorce.
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