Custody issues are the most contested area of family law. Parents fight the hardest over the children. Unfortunately, parties will use the children as leverage against the other parent. This is extremely destructive. Custody (Parenting Time) agreements provide stability for children of divorce. Custody is broken into two categories, Legal and Physical. Legal Custody is the right to make decisions about the child’s care, education, health, and religion. Physical Custody is the time the child physically spends with either parent. The Condor analogy below illustrates the destructive nature of parents fighting over children.