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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.
In order for grandparents to seek visitation, a nuclear family must not exist. This means that the parents of the grandchild must have been separated by divorce, death, termination of parental rights or some other reason. Basically, only two married parents are allowed to bar grandparents from seeing their grandkids.
Although the parenting arrangement is one of the factors that a judge can consider in setting child support, equal residential responsibility for your children (what joint custody is now called), does not automatically result in no child support being paid.
If both parties cannot agree to a change in the support order, the party requesting the change must petition the Court by filing a Petition to Change Court Order. The Court will schedule a hearing and both parties should be present, and as above, must provide the court with current Financial Affidavits.
As a parent, you have certain rights. You have the right to be with your child and you have the right to make decisions about how your child will grow up. You have the right to decide about your child's education and religion. However, your child's other parent has the same rights.
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When a couple or two parties have a child together but are unmarried, both parties still have parental rights to the child regardless of the relationship between the parents.
NH Family Law Research Guide: Grandparent's Rights Grandparents may have visitation rights to a grandchild. Grandparents may petition the court for reasonable rights of visitation of a minor child as long as access by the grandparent to the child has not been restricted for any reason so far.
Visitation rights are awarded to the parent who does not have custody of their child. Furthermore, it is the right of the child to have access to both parents which includes the biological father. Father's visitation rights therefore grant them the opportunity to spend as much time with their child as the mother.
When a couple or two parties have a child together but are unmarried, both parties still have parental rights to the child regardless of the relationship between the parents.
A court may award visitation rights if the child's parents are divorced or have filed for divorce, one of the parents is deceased, one of the parents has had his or her parental rights terminated, or the child has been born out of wedlock, if the child has been legitimated. Adoption cuts off all rights of grandparents.

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