The Mother’s Child Custody Rights Handbook


Child custody can be complicated. The Mother’s Child Rights Handbook covers your rights as a mother to help ensure that your child custody rights are recognized and provided to the fullest extent of the law.


The Mother’s Child Rights Handbook covers a wide variety of topics that every mother going through a divorce should know. From defining the different types of child custody to deciding whether you need a lawyer, the handbook provides guidance and support when facing some of the most difficult and emotional decisions you will ever make.

It’s all in the Details

When negotiating child custody and visitation schedules, it’s extremely important to get it in writing. This book offers information for how to do just that. In many cases, ex-spouses will not agree on child custody, so it’s important for every parent to understand how child custody is determined by family courts. During the negotiation process, you’re likely to deal with a variety of joint custody issues; many of which are explained and illustrated throughout The Mother’s Child Rights Handbook.

Child custody battles are not only hard on you, but on the children. For that reason, the courts will always make determinations in the best interest of the child. When it comes to determining those interests, your motherly instincts will kick in, but the services of a child custody lawyer will ensure that  legalities and procedures are followed, reducing your risk of doing something that may endanger your child custody or visitation order.

  • Do you know the extent of non-custodial visitation?
  • Do you know the legalities of child custody and relocation?
  • Do you know what to do if your ex-spouse doesn’t abide by child custody or visitation agreements?

If you answered no to any of the above questions, The Mother’s Child Rights Handbook will provide you with valuable information on not only your rights as a mother when it comes to child custody, but gives you information that you need to ensure that you retain the custody you’ve been granted. In the case you’re not the custodial parent, we also explain visitation rights, responsibilities, and expectations of the court when it comes to non-custodial parents as well.

The Mother’s Child Rights Handbook offers an overview of what you can expect when going through child custody negotiations with your ex. Understanding the basics of the law in regard to your rights in your state are an important first step in ensuring that you gain the type of custody you desire. Don’t make mistakes or errors in judgment that put you or custody or visitation rights at risk. This book provides a number of case studies, examples, resources, and tips on how you can ensure that your child custody rights as a mother are recognized and upheld.

Get it in writing

Regardless of whether you and your ex-husband have created an oral agreement regarding child custody, visitation, and support, it’s important to get it in writing. Remember that attitudes and circumstances change. Be aware of your options and do what you can to protect not only your rights, but those of your ex-husband to ensure that you’re following the letter of the law and doing nothing that may jeopardize your negotiations for child custody.

Did you know that the details included in child custody agreements are the details that literally spell out the rights, responsibilities, and obligations of each parent? If you don’t pay attention to the details, you may find yourself frustrated and going back to court to request modifications, contempt of court issues, or even refusal by one parent or the other to abide by the agreement.

  • Do you know what defines violation of child custody agreements?
  • Do you know the definition of parental kidnapping?
  • Do you know whether grandparents or step-parents have any rights when it comes to custody and visitation?

These are important questions. If you don’t know the answers to them, it’s important to find out.  The Mother’s Child Rights Handbook covers such topics to ensure that you know how to deal with joint custody issues, as well as situations involving disagreements or refusal to abide by visitation rights from the non-custodial parent.

Can I move?

Many mothers think that once they have obtained child custody, they can move whenever they want, but this isn’t true. Did you know that any move that interferes with the non-custodial parent’s ability and access to visit the child based on the child visitation agreement requires permission from the court? The Mother’s Child Rights Handbook provides a number of case scenarios that cover the topic of short distance as well as cross-country moves. Follow the rules as determined by your state of residence to ensure that you’re not charged with parental kidnapping or risk losing your custodial rights.

Do I have options if my ex doesn’t abide by child custody agreements?

Do you know your options if your ex doesn’t cooperate when it comes to following the terms of the child custody agreement?  If you don’t, The Mother’s Child Rights Handbook will guide you through a number of options you may have for dealing with such situations.

From defining the different types of child custody to the most commonly asked questions regarding child custody, The Mother’s Child Rights Handbook provides valuable information that will ensure that you are aware of the basics when it comes to negotiating, creating child custody agreements, and dealing with joint custody issues.

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