No! The courts are not the enemy and they prefer a child(ren) to be with those that love them. If the person that wants full custody of the child(ren) can sustain a decent lifestyle for them (education, a roof over their head, good environment, love and support) this can certainly tip the scales in your favor. Good luck! Marcy * It is impossible to legally determine which parent "loves" a child more than the other, therefore that would not be a viable issue. The issue as to who has been the primary physical caregiver however is definitely taken into consideration. To say a judge never considers financial factors and is always unbiased in such matters,is not a realistic assessment, as many parents caught up in custodial disputes could confirm. Therefore, the answer is yes; it is possible for a judge to be swayed by the economic situation of one parent. Is it right? No. Does it happen? absolutely!
Legal definition of care, custody and control?
Custody is having the protective care or guardianship of someone or something.
Not solely due to her age, but a 17-year-old who is making bad judgments about parenting or who has no financial resources to properly care for a child can easily lose custody.
A custody lawyer will help you make decisions about the care and custody of your children in the event of a divorce or seperation.
A family's financial situation is usually closely related to their level of education. These two factors effect health. --access to quality health care (this must be paid for in the US. In Canada all people are covered equally) --knowledge of nutrition and exercise --knowledge of preventative health care --stress level --
It regards the issue of getting an emergency custody order for a child in need of care.
At the time of her divorce from Keith Sweat, the judge felt that Keith more stable in his career and was financial sound to care for their two sons.
If there's a reason, it would require a motion for custody of a child in need of care.
care, supervision, keeping, charge
File a motion for custody of a child in need of care. Check the group below for help.
Does she not have custody and seeks to gain it? Or does she want to ensure ongoing custody of a child in her care? Generally speaking, a birth mother has the better chance of achieving or retaining custody than the father, but various factors will be taken into consideration if the courts are involved. Also under consideration will be the suitability of either parent to have or obtain custody. Ultimately the courts should consider the welfare and comfort of the child, and so should the parents.
Relatives willing to step up or foster care.Parents should plan for this possibility, hard as it is, by appointing a guardian (ask them first!) in their will and making financial arrangements.
A showing before the court of a need for custody due to a child in need of care.
File a motion for full guardianship of a child in need of care.
you can sign the custody over to her or she could go to a judge and try to prove you unfit to take care of them and prove her having custody in their best interest
yes, she can.
Both Of them, They share Custody
That answer would be custody to the question you looked up.
That tradition has changed over the years. The basis for custody should be determined by many factors, such as ability to care for the child, prior history of the parent's as regards criminal activity, drugs, alcohol, etc. Many courts now give joint custody, with split placement between the 2 parents on an alternating basis.
what factors influence standars of care
Sole physical custody designates the parent with whom the child has a permanent residence. Joint legal custody is when both parents share equal rights and obligations to the child in regards to education, health care, financial suppport, etc. regardless of where the child resides.
Yes, anytime the boy is in your physical care is considered custody.
its called adoption. You do not have to adopt to get full custody of a child. You can request that the court place the children in your care without adopting.
If they have legal custody, they are, by definition, the legal guardians.
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