The Only Three Things That Would Prevent Your Ex From Getting Custody
In almost every state, the modern legal stance on child custody is that the child has a right to see both parents regularly. The courts always try to do "what is in the best interests of the child," which means having access to both parents. Only in the most unusual circumstances would the courts disallow contact between a parent and a child. The following circumstances highlight some of the most universal reasons for banning contact between a child and his/her other parent.