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info.legalzoom.com/prove-parent-unfit-child-custody-cases-21345.html

Each state has its own set of rules regarding what makes a parent unfit. However, there are some generally accepted grounds that a parent can use to prove the ...

www.wikihow.com/Prove-a-Mother-Unfit

Jun 27, 2017 ... A mother's (or father's) fitness to raise a child can be called into question ... that may be grounds to remove the child from the parent's custody.

www.minellalawgroup.com/10-factors-used-to-determine-if-a-parent-is-unfit-for-custody

Dec 9, 2013 ... Determining an Unfit Parent. During a divorce, parents might not agree on custody issues, or one parent might not trust the other with the ...

www.thespruce.com/how-to-win-child-custody-2997150

Feb 2, 2017 ... For some parents, this is because they believe that the other parent is “unfit” to raise their child. Others would prefer to have sole custody for other reasons. However, any parent hoping to win child custody should realize that ...

definitions.uslegal.com/u/unfit-parent

The definition of an unfit parent is governed by state laws, which vary by state. ... support, or incarceration are other examples of grounds for being found unfit.

www.quickanddirtytips.com/business-career/legal/what-unfit-mother

May 18, 2009 ... Find out what makes an unfit mother or unfit parent and why someone may be considered an unfit mother or unfit parent and why this matters in ...

thelawdictionary.org/article/how-to-prove-a-parent-unfit-in-child-custody-cases

Child custody can be one of the most divisive components of any divorce. This is particularly true when one parent believes that the other parent is unfit. In most ...

www.livestrong.com/article/154809-reasons-for-full-custody

Jun 13, 2017 ... While the legal definition of an unfit parent depends on the state in ... to provide proper care for your child are generally accepted grounds.

www.childwelfare.gov/pubPDFs/groundtermin.pdf

grounds for termination of parental rights.9 All States ...... The parent is unfit, and the conduct or condition of the parent is unlikely to change within a reasonable ...