What Do Courts Think About When They Decide What’s Best For A Child?

By April 9, 2015

Many things, including:

  • which parent has been the main care giver/nurturer of the child
  • the parenting skills of each parent, their strengths and weaknesses and their ability to provide for the child’s special needs, if any
  • the mental and physical health of the parents
  • whether there has been domestic violence in the family
  • work schedules and child care plans of each parent
  • the child’s relationships with brothers, sisters, and members of the rest of the family
  • what the child wants, depending on the age of the child
  • each parent’s ability to cooperate with the other parent and to encourage a relationship with the other parent, when it is safe to do so
Apr 9, 2015   556   Darrin    Child Custody  
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