Custody may be awarded to either parent and may include any combination of joint, shared, or sole custody to promote the best interests of the children. When determining the best interests of the child, the following factors may be taken into consideration:
- The quality of the relationship each child has with each parent.
- The ability of each parent to provide adequate care for each child.
- The relative competency and fitness of each parent.
- Each parent's willingness to accept all responsibilities of parenting.
- How the parents and each child can best maintain and strengthen a relationship with each other.
- The ability and willingness of each parent to allow the other to provide care without intrusion.
- Geographic distance between the parents' residences.
- The current physical and mental ability of each parent to care for each child.
- Any other factors the court deems necessary and relevant.
The evidence of spousal or child abuse is considered contrary to the best interests of the child, and the court shall structure visitation to protect the child or spouse from further harm.
[Based on Wyoming Statutes Annotated; Title 20, Chapter 20-2-201]
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