Generally speaking, children eventually, in greater numbers than fathers, do end up with their mother. But that is not the law. The law is essentially what’s in the best interests for the children and, if it is in the best interests for the children to stay with their father as the full-time carer, the Court will order that. However, statistically, the facts are still that the majority of children end up living with their mothers. But, at the end of the day, if there’s a dispute in Court, there’s a report, there’s interviews, there’s a recommendation and the Judge will look at that recommendation and then want to have a very good reason to not implement the recommendation. So, if that recommendation is for them to stay with their father on a full-time basis, then that’s what the Court will apply.