If you're in the middle of a child custody dispute, or about to be in one, there's one thing you should consider doing immediately: Keep a childcare journal. This journal will include information pertaining to the daily things you do on behalf of and with your children. It could serve as the most important piece of evidence that your child custody matter hinges upon: Who serves as the primary caretaker of your children?
Imagine your husband has been having an affair and he wants to get a divorce. You agree, and that's when his lawyer contacts you to remind you of the prenuptial agreement you signed two decades ago - something you had long-ago forgotten about. The question is: Will your prenuptial agreement even hold up in court? Can you challenge it after all these years?