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  • fathers
  • Formal custody assignments don't tell the whole story of increased involvement by divorced fathers. (newsweek.com)
  • In Australia, the Australian Institute of Infant Mental Health recommended fathers should not have custody of children under two years of age. (acfc.org)
  • In England, appendix H of the Norgrove report on the family courts notes McIntosh's work as influencing the recommendation that fathers' relationships with their children receive no specific statutory protection in the event of divorce or unmarried parentage. (acfc.org)
  • Alcoholism can cause otherwise caring and loving mothers and fathers to woefully neglect small children, failing to feed, shelter or clothe them. (christianet.com)
  • Fathers had the right to the physical custody, labor and earnings of their children in exchange for supporting, educating, and training them to earn their own livelihoods or, in the case of girls, marry a man who would support them. (theconversation.com)
  • In fact, the 1848 Women's Rights Convention in Seneca Falls - the first women's rights convention - listed the fathers' automatic custody rule among its principal complaints. (theconversation.com)
  • The movement for gender equality, along with the rise of fathers' rights groups, called attention to the importance of both parents in the care of children at the same time as loosening the link between gender and parental roles. (theconversation.com)
  • The "deadbeat dad" roundups by law enforcement of fathers who are behind in child support needs to stop. (rightwingnews.com)
  • are fathers who were not lucky enough to be awarded custody, and are now working two jobs just to try and keep up with expenses and child support. (rightwingnews.com)
  • evaluations
  • In light of the above, it is reasonable to ask: Why are childcustody evaluations ordered with regularity when there is no scientific evidence to support them? (mediate.com)
  • Professional Academy of Custody Evaluators) based on less-than-stellar credentials.6 Such offerings by professional organizations encourage the use of child-custody evaluations despite the absence of proper scientific substantiation for them. (mediate.com)
  • Financial interests aside, there is no doubt that what underlies the promotion of child-custody evaluations is the assumption held by the judiciary, custody evaluators, and pertinent professional organizations that performance of these examinations is in the best interest of children. (mediate.com)
  • Clearly, an overburdened judiciary would benefit greatly by having highly skilled professionals ready to perform child-custody evaluations that are strongly supported by a comprehensive body of scientific findings. (mediate.com)
  • Monthly coaching is designed to provide ongoing coaching and support throughout the month and provides for an economical way of receiving such support on matters such as divorce, child custody, move-aways, post-judgment modifications, child custody evaluations, etc. (childcustodycoach.com)
  • case
  • Continuing their coverage, 'Today' co-host Al Roker spoke with Peter Castro of People magazine, Filan and Dr. Robi Ludwig about how this may affect her custody case and what Spears can do to turn her life around. (popdirt.com)
  • Get exclusive child custody information and strategies to enhance your child custody case -- to download now click here . (childcustodycoach.com)
  • With help from a capable and experienced attorney, this book will allow the reader to present her/his case for custody in its best possible light. (google.com)
  • battles
  • This standard opened up the possibility of excessive judicial discretion as well as a threat of inconsistency in the results, resulting in hotly contested custody battles. (theconversation.com)
  • support
  • Representing clients in all child support cases. (nolo.com)
  • Child support is decided by a certain set of guidelines KRS 403.211 and the guidelines table will show exactly how much support should be paid. (dadi.org)
  • Our free support group meetings are chaired by a senior certified law clerk who is also a divorced father and an adult child of divorce. (fathers-resources.com)
  • On Wednesday, it was reported that the former co-host of ABC's "The View," who is a devout Christian, must pay $4,100 per month in child support and this figure increases to $4,600 when 10-month-old baby Lamar Junior (L.J.) turns 13. (christianpost.com)
  • In addition to passing shared parenting laws, there must be tougher requirements for issuing restraining orders and reform of child support laws. (rightwingnews.com)
  • 50/50 shared custody should not include child support unless there are egregious circumstances. (rightwingnews.com)
  • Child support creates an incentive to continue fighting. (rightwingnews.com)
  • decisions
  • 1. The Child's preference: Child custody decisions are affected in part by a child's parental preference. (sooperarticles.com)
  • However, this assumption comes into question because there is no scientific evidence proving that mental-health professionals are better at making child-custody decisions than judges. (mediate.com)
  • In fact, there is no scientific evidence that mental-health professionals are better at making child-custody decisions than anyone, be they professionals, laypersons, or otherwise. (mediate.com)
  • It shows how custody decisions are made, what can be. (google.com)
  • If you or someone you know is faced with the difficult decisions involved in working out a child custody agreement, I'd recommend this book. (google.com)
  • Reuters
  • WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former CIA Director David Petraeus and the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, General John Allen, both recently intervened in a child custody battle on behalf of the twin sister of the Florida woman at the center of a scandal that has engulfed both men, court documents show. (reuters.com)
  • undoubtedly
  • Being able to financially provide for the child is undoubtedly important. (sooperarticles.com)
  • Third, while custody evaluators undoubtedly perform these examinations with a sense of professional duty, they also have a significant financial interest in conducting them. (mediate.com)
  • parental
  • The court, in making an award of parental rights and responsibilities with respect to a child, shall apply the standard of the best interest of the child. (childcustodycoach.com)
  • found that "parental gender is not a…predictor at all of any of the child outcomes examined, that is behavioral, educational or health outcomes. (rightwingnews.com)
  • court
  • Feb 17 - A Pakistani court grants a French mother custody of her 11-year-old daughter who had been living in Pakistan with her father since shortly after her birth. (reuters.com)
  • The court will ultimately rule based on what they believe is truly best for the child or children. (lawyersource360.com)
  • The Court determines custody based on what is in the best interest of the child. (divorcesource.com)
  • What Does the Court Consider in Assigning Custody? (legalmatch.com)
  • As for your previous post, the court will order you to provide all transportation costs for the father to see the child. (divorcesource.com)
  • James W. Stewart has dedicated his career as a Superior Court judge to families and children involved in the divorce process. (google.com)
  • This would disincentivize divorce, since couples could no longer simply run to court to end the marriage, but would be forced to work with each other to come up with a custody situation they both agree to. (rightwingnews.com)
  • father
  • For those who divorce, there's another day-equally vivid, totally different-that etches into memory: when they have to tell their children their mother and father are splitting up. (newsweek.com)
  • He remembered missing his father tremendously and didn't want that for our kids. (newsweek.com)
  • But the presiding judge declared it was illegal for the father to bring the newborn to Pakistan against her mother's will, and awarded custody of the child to her mother. (reuters.com)
  • Colonial Americans followed the English common law rule that upon divorce the father retained custody of his children. (theconversation.com)
  • I am not legally married, but I have been with the father of my children for 9 years and have lived with him for 7 years. (divorcesource.com)
  • I am considering separating and leaving the children with their father. (divorcesource.com)
  • It would be difficult to not see my children each day, but I would be willing to do it if it meant having employment and eventually being able to contribute financially (plus it would help not being around their father. (divorcesource.com)
  • As for the part that the father of your children probably can't afford to visit, you can offer to pay some of his gas once you found work. (divorcesource.com)
  • decide
  • This would replace the current system which leaves it up to a judge's whim to decide what constitutes "the best interests of the child. (rightwingnews.com)
  • families
  • Since there is no scientific evidence whatsoever that a more thorough evaluation leads to a better outcome for children, these families are forced to pay for a costly evaluation and opinion that may very well be incorrect. (mediate.com)
  • primary
  • Research to be published in the journal Family Relations in 2009 shows that there have been significant increases in how much nonresident dads (those who don't have primary custody) are seeing their kids. (newsweek.com)
  • Who has been the primary care taker of the children. (dadi.org)
  • wins
  • That being said, the decision of who wins custody is also dependent upon other factors. (sooperarticles.com)
  • if he gets help, he can have a healthy relationship with his kids and everyone wins, whereas with his current behaviorI just have to protect the kids since he won't help himself. (divorcesource.com)
  • family
  • The sold-out Chicago conference is titled: Attachment, Brain Science and Children of Divorce: The ABCDs of Child Development for Family Law. (acfc.org)
  • It is unclear why Petraeus and Allen, two of the U.S. military's biggest names, felt the need to formally interject in a nasty custody dispute of someone they characterized as a family friend. (reuters.com)
  • CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - A custody dispute is a factor in a massacre that wiped out eight members of one family and led to the arrests of six members of another family Tuesday, more than two years after the brutal slayings, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced Tuesday. (fox19.com)
  • battle
  • Khawam not only tapped her military connections in her custody battle but also invoked broader contacts as she sought greater access to her son. (reuters.com)