What percent of women win child custody cases?
That's interpretive as there are four levels of custody.
Joint Legal with Primary Residential
Joint Physical Custody
Bird Nest Custody
Fathers with primary or sole custody runs 15%.
Joint physical custody runs 25%
Mother with primary or sole custody is 60%
But, single mothers have sole custody by default in 100% of the cases until ruled on otherwise by the courts. Also, attorneys tell fathers not to try for custody as they don't win, and most attorneys that do try are not fully capable of representing fathers, so the mothers win.
In the cases where fathers do challenge for custody, 60% of them will be accused of child sexual abuse as a tactic by the mother to prevent him getting it, but even when successful, they can still lose as 30% of them learn they are not the father of one or more of the children. If he does win custody, he can than be accused of domestic violence committed some time in the previous 12 months, as which point an injunction stops him from getting the child until he can prove himself innocent. If he does prove himself innocent, or it was found that he defended himself when she attacked him, then he cannot have custody because that's still considered domestic violence against the mother.
Women already do pay child support. It's about where the children lives. If the father have custody, the major part or all, she will pay. It's just not as common as the mother having it. And child support is just a small part of what it costs to take care of a child so whoever the child lives with, is already paying most and in most cases that is the woman.
Can a single unstable mother who has all different women in and out of her and this child's life to the point that this child is so confused she is only 9 keep custody of the child when the father is?
Can a Canadian women get divorced from American husband in a Canadian court.. Is it possible for Canadian wife to obtain custody of American born child?
If an illegal alien fathers a child to a American women can he stay in the us if the birth mother is declared unfit?
Not necessarily, but be advised that there is an interstate compact in effect among all states that they will each enforce the findings of the others child custody orders. Maryland may assist in the return of the child if the Indiana parent has legal custody under the provisions of the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act. The Act was drafted in 1997 and has been adopted by 49 states, the District of Columbia, Guam…
Sure, get a good lawyer to prove this point. If he only wants custody of your child when he's served with child support papers, this would be a red flag for a judge. Tell the court how long it's been since he's had anything to do with the child. A judge can see right through the smoke screen. No, as no attorney would tell a father this. Who would be supporting the child if he…
Many times it is seen as more natural for children to stay with their mother, especially since Men are usually portrayed in culture as "Child-inept." A lot of it has to do with the reason the parents are divorcing, if it's for domestic violence of any kind of course the kids will go with the other parent. Ultimately the question of custody will be decided by who can prove to the Jude that they are…
You want to have a child but you had your tubes cut after your last daughter tell you can you still have a child again?
Each case is different, but many women are worse off divorced than they were married. They may have been out of the workforce for years, raising children and running a home. It is difficult to rebuild a career and income later in life. On the other hand, most women are favored when it comes to custody decisions.
Can the judge grant dad custody if he filed for custody and visitation for there toddler when he was abusive to mom and kicked them out of home but is now playing the nice guy?
It depends on related factors. In over 50% of ER Admission of women involved involving domestic violence, they state on the intake form that she attacked the man first. Also, men who are abusive to their partners abuse the children in just 8% of the cases, whereas where women who were abusive toward the men, abuse the children in 55% of the cases. Consider if 50% of the women admitted to ERs were abusive to…
If you are unmarried and the father of your child does not like your current partner could he obtain primary custody in Pennsylvania?
Not on the grounds cited in the question. The father could petition the court for custodial rights assuming he has established paternity. Unmarried women are presumed under the laws of all US states to have sole custody of their child unless a court rules otherwise. It is possible that the father could obtain joint custody and most assuredly visitation rights, but primary or sole custody would not be likely, even concerning a matter of cohabitation…
This is interpretive. Generally under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction And Enforcement Act ("UCCJEA") they are suppose to, however this does not preclude other conditions. A mother can run to another state than claim a fear of domestic violence. This than invalidates any orders from another state under the Violence Against Women Act. Unfortunately, the states also have a history of not honoring father custody orders from other states or countries. The was a case…
It is physically impossible for a male to conceive a child. Males do not have ovaries, so there for are unable to produce ovum, which is the first step to conceiving a child. Current cases of males conceiving a child, were actually women who took part in a sex change, but kept their reproductive organs.
Why is child support and child custody so unfairly separated It's like saying you pay have to pay for the car but you don't get to drive it?
They're not "unfairly separated." You participated in the creation of a human being. It is now your responsibility to provide for that human being until it becomes an adult. Courts generally assign custody based on what they think is best for the child. If you disagree, you can always petition to have it changed. They assign child support based on the relative ability of the parents to pay. The economics and culture tends to work…
In some cases there were exceptions to the one child policy. For example in rural areas, if the first child was a daughter then couples were allowed to have another a child, in the hope in was a son. This was known as the "daugher-only-household policy". In most cases however, the women was persuaded by government workers to abort the baby. This could happen very late in the women's pregnancy, even 8 or 9 months…