Can my mother regain custody of us since my father hasn't made any attempt to raise us? Is it possible? We are so tire of our parents being part-time parents. We would like to our mother to have us so that we can have at least one full time parent.
So, would a judge grant my mother physical custody? Especially since she has her life together and she keeps us during summer breaks.What happens when a parent who has custody of their children gives their children to the grandparent to raise?
It's up to your Mom to make a move if she would like to have custody. She must file with the Court. In most states, the wishes of children at least 12-14 years of age hold a lot of weight in custody hearings; so, if you're old enough, you can help her regain custody.
Before you do anything about this, though, think long and hard. If your mother has had some big problems like drugs or alcohol, it might be very difficult living with her. If your living situation with your grandparents is solid, you might want to just stay where you are. They must love you very much to step in and take care of you.
Good luck to you.What happens when a parent who has custody of their children gives their children to the grandparent to raise?
I dont know what the circumstances are that your mom didnt get custody in the first place. Or that she wants custody. If she knows that your father doesnt raise you and that you live with your grandparents, then why hasnt she asked for custody?
My guess is if there isnt anything troublesome like drugs or alcohol or abuse, a judge would grant her custody over a grandparent. Judges always prfer that a child is with their parent unless there is a danger.
In such a case the father is undutiful. What happens? The children are having part-time parents. The mother is possible to regain custody of the children if she is willing to do so and if there is proof that the father is unable or hasn;t made any attempt to rasise the children
My honest opinion, a parent who won't raise his or her own children are sorry. These grandparents have already raised their own children. They should be living in their golden years.
It sounds like your Mom would have a good chance of regaining custody since she has her life together and your father isn't even raising you.Good luck with this.