She'll certainly lose custody while she is serving time in jail. After that, it is up to the judge. He will look at the nature of the charge and determine if this makes the parent unfit. Judges are reluctant to take custody away from a parent unless they feel that it poses a threat to the child. The best interest of the child is always the main consideration.
In my opinion, she would not lose custody of the child over a white collar crime such as this unless there are other mitigating factors that show she is a danger to the child or an unfit parent.If a parent is found guilty of a felony and sentenced to jail, would they lose custody of a child?
There could be a chance, I reckon, if the father pushed it. Depending upon the circumstances, too, and the mother's past record.
yes, who would take care of the child when his or her parents were in jail. %26amp; the judge woould make the decssion if the one parent could take cre of the child when one was in jail.
She might; (but remember a person is presume innocent until proven guilty.) She might also only be asked to pay back without losing custody. Fraud and Custody is two different things.
Yes if the father gos to court and shows that the mother is unfit
to be a parent and she also can lose her parenting rights.
My sons mother did