It's a scenario that has been played out many times across our state and across the country. A young mother leaves her job to stay at home and raise the kids. Her husband, a doctor, is the breadwinner and all the couple's money flows through him. But, somewhere along the way the relationship has crumbled and the husband wants a divorce. The young mother worries about custody with no current income or job.
In many marriages, spouses split responsibilities and take on different roles. For instance, you might manage your children and the home as the primary caregiver while your spouse manages finances as the primary income earner.
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