New Jersey Husband and schoolteacher-Wife have a toddler Daughter.
Husband and Wife divorce.
Father has reasonable visitation and timesharing.
Husband and Wife experience conflict over co-parenting, especially Daughter’s diet and sleep requirements.
According to Mother’s attorney, Mother is overprotective of Daughter, insisting on extremely detailed accounts of both during Husband’s timesharing. To get them, Wife reportedly calls Husband two to four, or even more times per day during Husband’s timesharing with Daughter.
Wife plans to relocate to Florida. Husband plans to follow them.
Husband’s and Wife’s settlement agreement requires Wife to provide reduced-rental housing for Husband in Florida for the first five years.
The agreement also requires Wife’s father to help Husband get a new job in Florida, and waives child support until Husband gets a job.
And then Husband is found murdered.
The unlikely suspects?
Schoolteacher-Wife and her businessman-father.
Husband and Wife’s divorce settlement agreement provides that, if either parent dies, the other gets custody of Daughter. Exactly what the law would normally provide without an agreement, or if the agreement were silent on this issue.
Wife and her father are arrested in Husband’s murder.