Can the father get custody if he threatens the mother?

It depends on what you call threats. And, it is unclear what you mean by your question. If he threatens to inform the court about an environment that is not healthy for the child, that is his right. If he threatens to harm her or her property due to the adversarial situation, that's is illegal and he could be sanctioned. The court would not view that kind of behavior to be in the best interest of the child. As for threats of harm:

  • Will threatening the mother help the father to obtain custody in a court action? No.
  • If a father attempting to obtain custody of his child threatens the mother could that hurt his chances of obtaining custody? Yes.



The mother should try to document the threats and bering them to the attention of the court. She should be represented by an attorney who specializes in custody issues. At the hearing for custody, she should be prepared to detail the threats calmly, describe them clearly and testify only to the facts with no embellishments.
It depends on what you call threats. And, it is unclear what you mean by your question. If he threatens to inform the court about an environment that is not healthy for the child, that is his right. If he threatens to harm her or her property due to the adversarial situation, that's is illegal and he could be sanctioned. The court would not view that kind of behavior to be in the best interest of the child. As for threats of harm:

  • Will threatening the mother help the father to obtain custody in a court action? No.
  • If a father attempting to obtain custody of his child threatens the mother could that hurt his chances of obtaining custody? Yes.



The mother should try to document the threats and bering them to the attention of the court. She should be represented by an attorney who specializes in custody issues. At the hearing for custody, she should be prepared to detail the threats calmly, describe them clearly and testify only to the facts with no embellishments.
It depends on what you call threats. And, it is unclear what you mean by your question. If he threatens to inform the court about an environment that is not healthy for the child, that is his right. If he threatens to harm her or her property due to the adversarial situation, that's is illegal and he could be sanctioned. The court would not view that kind of behavior to be in the best interest of the child. As for threats of harm:

  • Will threatening the mother help the father to obtain custody in a court action? No.
  • If a father attempting to obtain custody of his child threatens the mother could that hurt his chances of obtaining custody? Yes.



The mother should try to document the threats and bering them to the attention of the court. She should be represented by an attorney who specializes in custody issues. At the hearing for custody, she should be prepared to detail the threats calmly, describe them clearly and testify only to the facts with no embellishments.
It depends on what you call threats. And, it is unclear what you mean by your question. If he threatens to inform the court about an environment that is not healthy for the child, that is his right. If he threatens to harm her or her property due to the adversarial situation, that's is illegal and he could be sanctioned. The court would not view that kind of behavior to be in the best interest of the child. As for threats of harm:

  • Will threatening the mother help the father to obtain custody in a court action? No.
  • If a father attempting to obtain custody of his child threatens the mother could that hurt his chances of obtaining custody? Yes.



The mother should try to document the threats and bering them to the attention of the court. She should be represented by an attorney who specializes in custody issues. At the hearing for custody, she should be prepared to detail the threats calmly, describe them clearly and testify only to the facts with no embellishments.

It depends on what you call threats. And, it is unclear what you mean by your question. If he threatens to inform the court about an environment that is not healthy for the child, that is his right. If he threatens to harm her or her property due to the adversarial situation, that's is illegal and he could be sanctioned. The court would not view that kind of behavior to be in the best interest of the child. As for threats of harm:

  • Will threatening the mother help the father to obtain custody in a court action? No.
  • If a father attempting to obtain custody of his child threatens the mother could that hurt his chances of obtaining custody? Yes.



The mother should try to document the threats and bering them to the attention of the court. She should be represented by an attorney who specializes in custody issues. At the hearing for custody, she should be prepared to detail the threats calmly, describe them clearly and testify only to the facts with no embellishments.

It depends on what you call threats. And, it is unclear what you mean by your question. If he threatens to inform the court about an environment that is not healthy for the child, that is his right. If he threatens to harm her or her property due to the adversarial situation, that's is illegal and he could be sanctioned. The court would not view that kind of behavior to be in the best interest of the child. As for threats of harm:

  • Will threatening the mother help the father to obtain custody in a court action? No.
  • If a father attempting to obtain custody of his child threatens the mother could that hurt his chances of obtaining custody? Yes.



The mother should try to document the threats and bering them to the attention of the court. She should be represented by an attorney who specializes in custody issues. At the hearing for custody, she should be prepared to detail the threats calmly, describe them clearly and testify only to the facts with no embellishments.

It depends on what you call threats. And, it is unclear what you mean by your question. If he threatens to inform the court about an environment that is not healthy for the child, that is his right. If he threatens to harm her or her property due to the adversarial situation, that's is illegal and he could be sanctioned. The court would not view that kind of behavior to be in the best interest of the child. As for threats of harm:

  • Will threatening the mother help the father to obtain custody in a court action? No.
  • If a father attempting to obtain custody of his child threatens the mother could that hurt his chances of obtaining custody? Yes.



The mother should try to document the threats and bering them to the attention of the court. She should be represented by an attorney who specializes in custody issues. At the hearing for custody, she should be prepared to detail the threats calmly, describe them clearly and testify only to the facts with no embellishments.
It depends on what you call threats. And, it is unclear what you mean by your question. If he threatens to inform the court about an environment that is not healthy for the child, that is his right. If he threatens to harm her or her property due to the adversarial situation, that's is illegal and he could be sanctioned. The court would not view that kind of behavior to be in the best interest of the child. As for threats of harm:

  • Will threatening the mother help the father to obtain custody in a court action? No.
  • If a father attempting to obtain custody of his child threatens the mother could that hurt his chances of obtaining custody? Yes.



The mother should try to document the threats and bering them to the attention of the court. She should be represented by an attorney who specializes in custody issues. At the hearing for custody, she should be prepared to detail the threats calmly, describe them clearly and testify only to the facts with no embellishments.