How can a mother lose custody to father?
When a mother is physically or psychologically abusive to her children. When posing danger to her children. Alienate kids against father. When the mother has committed domestic violence against her husband or any other person residing in the same house as she does. When the mother is involved in prostitution or drugs and alcohol abuse. When the mother has committed adultery or bigamy with another man while still being married to her husband.
Wait for her physical or psychological abuse
Being a father, you just have to wait in patience. It is rather not so easy for a mother to lose custody to father – but not entirely impossible. As I said, when a mother is physically or psychologically abusive to her children, she can lose custody of them. This can happen in many different ways. For example, if the mother is beating her children and threatening them with violence, this would be considered physical abuse. Psychological abuse is when a parent forces their child to think in a certain way, which can also result in the child being removed from that home. Finally, alienating kids against their father may also cause the court to remove them from the home.
3 Ways to lose custody to father
I’m sure you have heard the old saying “a child is never too young to learn”. Well, I think that’s a lie.
We all know that children can be physically and psychologically abused by their parents, but how do you get custody away from them?
There are three main ways:
First, if a mother is physically abusive to her children, she can lose custody of them. This includes hitting them, burning them with cigarettes or setting them on fire, etc.
Second, if a mother poses danger to her children (such as being violent towards them), she can lose custody of them. This includes throwing knives at people or trying to run over people with a truck while they’re on their bikes.
Thirdly, if a mother alienates her children from the father in any way (e.g., telling them that they don’t need him), she can lose custody of them. This includes telling them not to talk about him ever again and making fun of him for not being able to do anything right or having no friends or family members who love him enough to visit often enough at all hours of the day and night