As a father seeking custodial or visitation rights, it’s important to know what you can expect, what challenges you might face, and how to deal with issues or complications that are often involved in child custody cases. Don’t be caught off guard, but know the basics regarding child custody procedures, expectations, responsibilities, and attitudes of the court in your state of residence. The Father’s Child Custody Handbook covers these topics and more.
Mothers always get custody, so why should I bother?
Many fathers believed that a gender bias is prevalent when it comes to the father’s child rights, but such is not the case. Fathers have just as much opportunity to gain child custody as mothers, but you need to know the basics on what to do, what forms to file, and what is expected of you as a father when it comes to child custody. The Father’s Child Custody Handbook provides a number of examples of common child custody myths when it comes to gender bias and provides statistics regarding child custody throughout the United States.
Fathers should know and understand the different types of child custody and how each is different from the other. Child custody can be defined as legal, physical, joint, or temporary, depending on situation and scenario. The Father’s Child Custody Handbook provides basic fundamentals involved in each and offers guidance regarding issues in the creation and negotiation of child custody agreements. Understanding the differences will help you deal with (and compromise when needed) when it comes to child custody negotiations with an ex-wife or a child’s mother to ensure that your rights as the father are also recognized and honored. However, it’s also important for every father to know that the court always makes its decisions regarding custody based on “the best interest of the child” standards.
What to expect
While every child custody case is different, it’s also important for fathers to become familiar with the details involved in custody decisions. What types of factors are considered when a judge or family court makes a decision as to who gets custody of the children? Did you know that your character is also considered? Do you understand how your state determines the relevance of moral conduct and character when dealing with child custody cases? Did you know that most courts throughout the United States award custody based not on what you or your ex-wife may prefer, but based on what the court perceives is in the best interest of the child? It’s not just about how much money you make or what you do for a living. Courts want to ensure that fathers as well as mothers adhere to their responsibilities and obligations when it comes to child rearing. As such, the court carefully reviews documents, evidence, and other pertinent information that will help them make that decision.
What about visitation?
Every non-custodial parent (excepting extenuating circumstances) has rights when it comes to non-custodial visitation. The Father’s Child Custody Handbook offers a number of case scenarios regarding a number of issues that you may encounter as a father seeking to enjoy your visitation rights and privileges.
The Father’s Child Custody Handbook provides detailed information on a father’s rights when it comes to visitation. We’ll show you how to resolve issues if your ex is causing difficulty or interfering with your visitation rights. Ensure that you stay on the right side of the law and don’t do anything to jeopardize your custody or visitation rights. Ensuring that your father’s rights also means being informed.
- Do you know your rights as a non-custodial parent?
- Do you know what custody negotiations, separation agreements, and parenting schedules are and what’s involved in their creation?
- Do you know your options if your ex-spouse or the mother of your child interferes with your visitation rights?
If you answered no to any of the above questions, The Father’s Child Custody Handbook will answer them for you. Not only should every father know his rights regarding non-custodial visitation, but issues involving a move or relocation, as well as options and legal remedies for the enforcement of visitation rights.
What about fathers’ rights for unmarried or military fathers?
If you’re in the military or a single father, you may have questions regarding your options for joint or shared custody as well as your rights regarding visitation. If you’re an unmarried but biological father of the child, you may also have questions regarding your rights as a father when it comes to custody and visitation. The Father’s Child Custody Handbook covers these topics and provides basic information that will help answer your questions.
Protecting your rights
When it comes to ensuring that your father’s rights are protected, gain an understanding of what to expect when dealing with the negotiation process. Understand how family courts determine what is in the best interests of the child. This book provides a variety of examples, resources, and tips that will ensure that you have the opportunity to face this process with confidence.
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