I have a question. And for this question, let`s just ASSUME its facts and possible outcomes. (knowing full well that "assume" makes an A55 of U and ME)

So, let`s suppose that an ex-spouse loses his/her home to the bank for failing to make mortgage payment. This house is NOT the matrimonial home. This parent is now renting a "shack". This parent has 50% shared custody. This parent is obliged to make CS payment through FRO, ordered by the court.

The specific question is as follows : Could this (losing the home) in any way, in the long or short term, affect the 50% shared custody? Does bad money management play a role somewhere along the way?

Let`s assume best and worst case scenarios. Feel free to use your imagination. I am curious to find out about your responses and opinions.

So, let`s suppose that an ex-spouse loses his/her home to the bank for failing to make mortgage payment. This house is NOT the matrimonial home. This parent is now renting a "shack". This parent has 50% shared custody. This parent is obliged to make CS payment through FRO, ordered by the court.

The specific question is as follows : Could this (losing the home) in any way, in the long or short term, affect the 50% shared custody? Does bad money management play a role somewhere along the way?

Let`s assume best and worst case scenarios. Feel free to use your imagination. I am curious to find out about your responses and opinions.

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