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

Oct 7, 2015 ... How to Prove a Mother Unfit. A mother's (or father's) fitness to raise a child can be called into question during a custody dispute. The term "unfit ...

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.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 ...

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

Judges view parental fitness as an integral part of a child custody decision. Determining what is in the best interests of the child includes looking at the status of ...

definitions.uslegal.com/u/unfit-parent

The definition of an unfit parent is governed by state laws, which vary by state. A parent may be deemed unfit if they have been abusive, neglected, or failed to ...

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.sandiegodivorceattorneysblog.com/2014/05/unfit-parent-court-determined-factors.html

May 1, 2014 ... 10 Factors Family Courts Use to Determine if a Parent is Unfit ... negatively impact the child and will be considered by a custody evaluator.

www.topix.com/forum/city/mount-sterling-ky/T2QVV425QKLKPHOO7

Is it hard to prove the mother unfit? would facebook messages, text messages, calling the father names saying he is a deadbeat. Can that be ...

www.avvo.com/legal-answers/what-would-be-proof-of-a-unfit-father--669178.html

I think you know the answer. One cannot be unfit unless the person engages in behavior that exudes unfitness. The short answer in my mind is ...

family-law.freeadvice.com/family-law/adoption_law/unfit_paprent_consent.htm

In all states in the US, the consent of both natural parents is required for an adoption to take place, unless the parent is considered “unfit” by the court.