I would think you would need to prove it in court. Whatever area you think they are unfit, you will need physical proof, not just hearsay, for example: drug addiction, mental illness, sexual abuse, neglect or abandonment. I would talk to your local Social Services and ask them what steps need to be taken.
A cheating wife is not necessarily an unfit mother, unless she is not looking after the children properly and that fact isn't only the purview of a cheating wife.
prove they have mental health problems wich restrict them from taken part in everday life prove they are on drugs or abusive or dont care
That has nothing to do with the children. You have to prove she is an unfit mother and that she is unable to care for the kids.
yes she can if she prove s to law enforcement that you are unfit and then files for temporary guardianship.
Leave her with a child that has been promised a basket of chocolates if he is naughty.
This is not considered an unfit mother. Where a mother lives is not anything that makes a mother fit or unfit. A mother who is a drug addict or an alcoholic that is drunk all the time is an unfit mother.
You don't. You provide proof of the Best Interest of the child. Targetting the mother is never a good idea.See links
You can prove your ex-wife an unfit mother by documenting the abuses. If she is doing drugs, make a note of the episodes and any arrests.
You will have to have proof that she is using drugs in order to use that in a court hearing to try to get custody of your child. Her living with her mother does not qualify as being an unfit parent and if the child is 23 years old then they are an adult so there should be no reason to need to prove your ex wife is an unfit mother.
A father can take his child with him if he can prove that the mother is unstable or unfit to care for the child. Also, the mother can give him her permission to take the child.
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
Unless your brother and his family can prove your mother is unfit to raise you then no, you can't legally move out of your mother's home. If your mother is unfit and your brother and his family want you to live with them then they will have to go to court for custody.
Catch it on tape, ask the child yourself.
You don't prove it, the state makes such a determination. If you suspect a parent is unfit, you would contact the division of child social services in your state with a complaint, they will conduct an investigation and take it from there. Tread carefully. If the mother truly is not unfit and you are doing this with the aim of obtaining custody of the child, there are a myriad of horror stories out there regarding parents filing reports based on revenge, not on fact, and both lose their child/ren to the state as a result.
If there is joint custody of the child and the mother refuses to obey the law set at that time then yes, she can get into trouble. However, she has the choice only if she can prove that the father is unfit for his child to be around him by going into court.
Your husband have to go to court and petition for custody. Unless the mother is unfit and you can prove it, it will most likely not be full custody though.
Many things are taken into consideration when determining an unfit parent. If a parent neglects their child, they are unfit.
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NO. only if the mother is unfit.
to prove such a serious accusation, the children would have to be very neglected, eg: no nutritional meals, unkempt appearance, physical abuse etc..this would need documentation by a Social service agency.
it takes more than one example to prove someone is unfit.
NO, HE WOULD FIRST HAVE TO ESTABLISH PATERNITY AND PROVEN TO BE THE FATHER. THEN HE WOULD HAVE TO PROVE THE MOTHER WAS UNFIT TO KEEP THE CHILD.
He will probably have to prove that either she is an unfit mother, OR that the child will be better off with him. Most judges are on the side of the mother from the get-go, but that's not to say that they stay on that side all the time.
very hard first u have 2 prove your the father then prove your a better parent or she unfit (brittnay spears)