Can mother lose custody if she is mentally ill?
Whether or not a mother can lose custody is up to a judge. Judges have the task of establishing custody.
Why could a father be allowed custody if the mother has mental illness but is stable and sees a Dr every time she feels she needs to?
Custody is determined by a judge. Whether or not the grandparents can get custody of a child depends on the judge and state law. In Florida, after it was established that the mother could not take care of the children, the judge would ask, "Where is the father?" He would probably have the first opportunity. HRS would also need to be involved. If those two hurdles were cleared, then it would be the grandparents could…
Iam married to a pysically and mentally abusive man we have 2 kids together can he get me for kidnapping if I take the kids out of state?
Unless there is a court order that removes contact from the mother due to a medically proven mental illness, then you should return the child after a visitation period that may have been court assigned. If you feel that your child's safety is at risk, then you will need to get a court order to request a change to the current custody arrangement.
Yes. The custody of a child is determined by the best interest of the child. If the court determines that the father is better for the child, he can get custody. Mental illness in his family would probably not even be relevant unless he has mental illness, or if a mentally ill relative lived with him.
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Yes. If there has been a significant change in the circumstances the court reviewed to grant joint custody, the mother can petition for a change in custody. The court will review the evidence and testimony and render a decision. Yes. If there has been a significant change in the circumstances the court reviewed to grant joint custody, the mother can petition for a change in custody. The court will review the evidence and testimony and…