"Child custody" Essays and Research Papers

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  • Child Custody Evaluation

    Child Custody Evaluation Each year about 1.2 million marriages end in divorce‚ and many divorcing couples have children (Patel&Jones‚ 2008). In the year 2006 more than 1.1 million children were living with a parent who was divorced or separated. Though most parents face the challenges associated with divorce or separation in a healthy and successful manner without high-conflict interactions. However‚ according to Patel and Jones about 10% of divorce cases involving children disagreement on custody

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  • Child Custody

    Child Custody LSTD 303 D001 Emily Smith 01/12/2014   Every couple enters a relationship with the romantic dream of getting married‚ starting a family‚ and living happily ever after. Truth is it may sound all good and well however not all relationships and marriages go the distance. According to the American Psychological Association‚ 40 to 50 percent of marriages in the United States end in divorce (2014). After the divorce process comes the real complicated part‚ the child custody process

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  • Child Custody between Grandparents

    the custodial right of the noncustodial parent is altered but not extinguished. The purpose of visitation is to protect the parent’s right of custody and benefit the child. Visitation is important for a child’s whole growth‚ metal‚ physical and spiritual. Denial of such can make a child feel rejected and confuses. Oregon 59 Am. Jur. 2nd Parent and Child § 38 Visitation rights are sometimes awarded to non-parents with the parent’s consent‚ or without serious objection by them in which case they

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  • Custody and Child Support Paper

    Custody and Child Support Argument A major issue we currently face in not only in my community of North Carolina but as a nation as a whole is the courts unjustified rulings in custodychild support‚ and health insurance. Through personal experiences and research‚ I have found that the courts favor mothers 9 out of 10 times regardless of their ability to properly care and support their children. The amount of child support differs for fathers and mothers and that the courts mandate fathers to

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  • Child Custody

    The battle over child custody In the United States today more than one-half of all marriages end in divorce. The purpose of this paper is to examine the reason why women have typically received custody of the children far more often than the fathers. In order to better understand child custody one must first examine how fathers have often times been left out of the picture‚ and conversely why mothers have had such hard times raising children on their own. This paper will first examine the perspective

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  • Custody Battle

    Possession and Access (Visitation) Dear [Custodial Parent]: I plan to see our [children / child]‚ according to the court-ordered possession and access (visitation) schedule‚ as written in the most recent court order which was signed by the judge in our case in Cause No. ______ (cause number). I will be at □[your residence at 6:00 pm] OR □[the school where our [children /child] is enrolled‚ when school is dismissed] OR □[Other fill in the time and place where your visitation

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  • Essay On Child Custody

    divorce‚ the issues of child custody can usually be taken care of by mutual agreement‚ without lots of drama and disagreement. When a divorce is contested and filled with anger‚ however‚ the matter of who gets to have custody of the children can become a major combat zone. If you should find yourself involved in this kind of situation‚ there are certain things that you should try to do to help improve the odds that you will be able to win your struggle to be granted custody of your children. * Be

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  • Joint Custody

    want joint custody and says “No‚ he is unfit to raise a child.” .Everyone knows what joint custody is. It’s when the custody of a child is awarded to both parents by the court. But would you want an abusive father or a drinking mother to have joint custody of your innocent child? Some people think joint custody is good for the child just because they get to see and spend time with both parents. Well that’s not always the case. Its is more likely that parents will agree with joint custody because they

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  • Child Custody and Support Laws Should Be Changed

    Child custody and support laws should be changed Present child custody and support laws do not make any sense. They often penalize hard working parents and alienate parents from children they love. These laws must be re-examined and revised so that the best interest of children be served at all times. John Smith lives with his new wife and her four children‚ ages 4 to 14. He is the only father that these youngsters have known‚ and he provides for them in all the ways that a father must.

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  • Child relocation

    Carl Millward MLLCAR030 PSY1004F Child Relocation Essay Steve Harding Group 17 The topic of this essay is essentially the relocation of children after divorce and whether it is in the best interest of the child or children’s psychological development. I will be start with who decides which parent should gain custody‚ what should be taken into consideration‚ who the child is more likely to be attached with. Subsequently‚ I will view why I solemnly believe that relocation should

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