It is also presumed, under this ground, that a parent is unfit to be a party to the ...
This presumption of parental unfitness is rebuttable and can be overcome by ...
Mar 22, 2011 ... “In order to overcome the presumption there must be a clear ... child, or (3) the
parent is mentally or otherwise unfit to have custody of the child.
Posts about natural parent presumption written by Larry. ... the Fosters had
overcome the natural-parent presumption, and Britney's best interest would be in
.... Just How Unfit Does a Parent Have to Be to Lose the Natural Parent
But even if a court decides that one parent is unfit, a judge will usually defer to ...
the child's life can't necessarily overcome the parental presumption of custody, ...
Grandparents must generally prove the parent(s) unfit in order to overcome the
judicial presumption in favor of the parent. Even if the relationship between the ...
Apr 3, 2014 ... Overcome a presumption that a legal parent acts in the best interest of his or her
... Generally, an unfit parent is more likely to have children with ...
In Bailes, the Virginia Supreme Court established the parental presumption
standard. .... overcome the strong presumption favoring a parent, the nonparent
must ... as an adjudication that the parent not receiving custody is unfit, nor does
Presumption of Parental Fitness) in Minnesota ................. 748. C. The Age .... are
at least in some broad sense unfit, they are the best persons to raise and nurture
The Texas Family Code provides the Courts of the state with the presumption in a
child custody matter that it is in the best interest of the child that.
evidence to overcome the rule, or rebut the assumption, upon the parent ...
historically the parent who committed adultery was presumed unfit to have