I am going to divorce my emotionally abusive husband. We have a 3 1/2 year old boy. What would you ask for in a custody agreement? I want to try to provide one to him for us to mediate ourselves, rather than taking it to court. Note: I have been our son's primary caregiver since the day he was born and have always been the one to comfort him (especially at night), take care of his needs, etc. My husband has always been emotionally distant with our son, and I do not believe they have ever really developed a bond. The last few weeks that we've been separated, we've worked it out where he sees our son 2-3 days a week and then for 8-10 hours on a Saturday or Sunday. He said he wants more, though, and I want to have a consistent schedule we follow. Thanks for your advice.
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