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The legal definition of an unfit parent is when the parent through their conduct fails to provide proper guidance, care, or support. Also, if there is abuse, neglect, or substance abuse issues, that parent will be deemed unfit.
A de facto parent is a person who is the current or recent caretaker of a child and who has been found by the court to have assumed, on a day-to-day basis, the role of a parent to the child.
In California, either parent can have custody of the children, or the parents can share custody. The judge makes the final decision about custody and visitation but usually will approve the arrangement (the parenting plan) that both parents agree on.
The General Rule A parent cannot stop the other parent from seeing the children, except in rare situations. This means that contact cannot be prevented, even in situations like these: A parent refuses to pay child support.
The short answer is no; a parent cannot lawfully stop the child from seeing the other parent in such a circumstance. Court orders are not suggestions.
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Traveling out of state or the country with your children Usually, you need the other parents permission to travel out of state with your children, especially if you want to leave the country, or if, because of your traveling with your children, the other parent will miss his or her court-ordered visitation.
Recognizing that its crucial for children to develop meaningful relationships and maintain strong bonds with each parent, California courts prefer shared custody whenever possible. Also referred to as 50/50 custody, these types of custodial arrangements allow parents to have an equal amount of parenting time.
As a father, you have the absolute right to seek custody and visitation rights with your children. The law doesnt discriminate between dads and moms instead, each parent has equal rights (and equal responsibilities) when it comes to being with the kids. There are two types of custody: Legal and physical.
California doesnt limit non-parent custody applications. Anyone can apply for the custody of a minor extended family, immediate family, or friends. As long as you can raise the child, you can get probate guardianship. Situations can create the need for you to become a legal guardian.
The California Courts clearly state that no preference is given to either parent for a custody award simply due to gender. This is true of both legal and physical custody. Parents who are given legal custody have the power to make decisions on behalf of their children.

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