May 18, 2009 ... Great question, Rachel! The short answer is that in deciding whether a mother --
or father -- is “unfit” as a parent, a court will assess a number of ...
Dec 9, 2013 ... Are you engaged in a custody dispute with an unfit parent? ... The purpose is to
determine if allowing one or both parents custody is in the ... When the evaluation
is complete, the evaluator may prepare a report for the court.
Child endangerment is a standard ground for an unfit parent ruling. ... "What Is in
a ""Character Letter"" for a Child Custody Court Hearing? ... Determining what is
in the best interests of the child includes looking at the status of the parents.
Divorcesource.com notes that in Arizona, the court considers the parent's ... A
parent can also be deemed unfit if the child is abandoned or neglected. ... to do
so or by having a court change the support orders, says The Law Dictionary.
Oct 28, 2014 ... But what makes a parent unfit, and how do you prove it to the courts? If you can't
... Little girl looking depressed in front of fighting parents in th ...
May 1, 2014 ... unfit-parent-video-game.png During a divorce, parents often disagree about
whether a certain parenting tactic is appropriate for their children.
According to USLegal, the criteria that determines an unfit parent varies by state.
... For example, California courts determine fitness, and thereby custody, by ...
May 7, 2013 ... Is it hard to prove the mother unfit? would facebook messages, text ... If he really
is a "deadbeat" you should be able to prove that to the courts, ...
How a court decides custody arrangements for your child. ... In cases where
parents can't agree, a judge will create a custody arrangement based on the ...
(2) The child has been left by both parents or the sole parent in the care and ...
with the child, the court may declare the child abandoned by the parent or
parents. ... there is a conclusive presumption that the father is unfit to have
custody or ...