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 ...
The definition of an unfit parent is governed by state laws, which vary by state. ...
the juvenile court to terminate the rights of a natural parent (a) who was "unfit or ...
This may mean that you will have to prove that the other parent is unfit for ...
Evidence such as this can help to convince the court that you are the better
In making a custody decision, courts are required to determine an ... For example,
your custody plan should define which parent gets to spend specific holidays ...
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May 3, 2012 ... ... define and explain what the court defines as an 'unfit parent' in a ... to her
successful representation of clients in traditional court, Elizabeth ...
In custody cases between parents, courts base decisions on the best interests of
the children involved. A court does not have to find one parent "unfit" in order to ...
... in need of care, the court may terminate parental rights or appoint a permanent
... when the court finds by clear and convincing evidence that the parent is unfit ...
Nov 4, 2010 ... What Does It Take to Have a Parent Proven Unfit ... After 10 months of no contact,
then she took my husband to court for "contempt" and claimed ...
(2) The child has been left by both parents or the sole parent in the care and
custody ... with the child, the court may declare the child abandoned by the parent
or parents. ... to communicate with or support the child within the meaning of this
section. ... there is a conclusive presumption that the father is unfit to have
Most courts will award Joint Custody, but even that has little real meaning. ... If
that parent is unfit the court will not award custody of the child to that parent.