Unfortunately, not all moms are perfect. There are those who neglect motherhood by offending their children or infringing on their rights. There are a number of reasons after which a mom may be stripped of her parental rights.
Deprivation of parental rights occurs if the mother fails to cope with her duties as a parent; refuses to take the child from the maternity hospital or from the hospital in which he is staying; abuses his rights towards the child; violently behaves towards children by means of mental or physical violence, and what is most terrifying is an attempt at sexual sanctity child; suffers from alcoholism or drug abuse; committed some crime that became dangerous to her children or husband.
How is the removal of parental rights
To take the child away from the mother, it is necessary to provide evidence that the mother is unable to perform her maternal responsibilities. For this purpose will need the help of witnesses and documents on the material condition of the person who wants to take the child to himself. It
is only the court to decide that the child is taken away from the mother, handing over to the father. This happens when the mother in the family suffers from alcoholism or drug abuse. In such a case, the father is obliged to provide evidence of the woman’s situation, which includes medical reports and certificates.
If the mother neglects her direct duties towards the child, for example, she leaves the baby alone for several days, and goes missing herself, it is unknown where. In such a case, the father is also entitled to seek the removal of the woman’s maternal rights through the courts. It is very important that there are several witnesses to the court hearing in the room that the mother does not really care for the child properly.
If a woman raises a child alone while in divorce, she may well fall victim to being stripped of her maternal rights. This is possible when the father of the child has housing and funds for child support, and the mother does not have them.
However, the selection of a child does not necessarily mean the deprivation of parental rights. For example, a child previously living with a mother can be given to the father for upbringing. Such a decision is made through the courts. In the proceedings, attention is paid to how the mother raises the child, how she contains him, whether a lot of time is devoted to him. Also taken into account is the opinion of the child itself (sometimes there were cases when the children themselves expressed a desire to live with the father, because they felt better with him), as well as the opinions of close relatives.