Raymond v. Raymond
In Raymond v. Raymond, 956 P.2d 329, 332 (Wyo. 1998), the Court acknowledged that the other factors can, in some circumstances, outweigh placing custody with the primary caregiver.
"Although the trial court considered the wife's role as a primary caregiver in determining what was in the best interests of the child, the other factors which were considered by the trial court ultimately weighed in the husband's favor; i.e., the husband's willingness to get help through counseling to improve his parenting abilities, the emotional stability he could offer the child, and the likelihood that he would promote an ongoing relationship between the child and the wife." Id.