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How can a mother lose custody? For some, the idea is absolutely unfathomable. To be honest, not long ago, this was extraordinarily rare. Mothers were presumed to get custody, and when they didn’t very unique circumstances applied. Sometimes, very sad ones applied. 

Today, it isn’t written in stone...

In order to help parents settle custody matters amicably without going to trial, the courts may order mediation in child custody cases. This means that both parties sit down with a mediator in an attempt to come to an agreement on child custody. The job of the mediator is to ensure that both sides...

A divorce decree, once finalized by the court, becomes an order. And that order means that both parties are legally bound by all of the provisions listed in it.

If either party does not comply, he or she risks potential charges of contempt or an order to show “cause of action.” Cause of action...