My x and I currently split our child 50/50 and have filed for divorse. We both are very involved in school, extracirriuculars ect. and coparent well. When a mediator considers the best interest of the child when determining whose home will be the primary household, will they consider finanical stablility of the parent? The reason I ask is because I am the child's breadwinner. I am able to do all my parenting tasks while maintaining financial stability. My x cannot. All other things being equal besides finances, do you think a mediator will consider financial stability in "what is best for the child"?
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