Wisconsin is a "best interests of the child" state when it comes to splitting up custody and time between mom and dad. This standard means a judge will review all filings and circumstances presented as evidence before making a decision based on what she or he believes is best for the children.
What factors impact how a judge may rule? Do you have to let a judge decide your fate, or can you do something before it gets that far? Understanding some of the factors a court uses in determining custody and placement may help you craft a plan before the judge steps in.