A family court judge is required to consider the children’s preference for custody.
Contrary to popular belief, there is no specific age when a child may somehow decide where the child should live.
E.2d 748 (2012), the South Carolina Supreme Court affirmed a permanent restraint against Mother exposing Child to her convicted sex-offender boyfriend [Doe] until the Child turned age eighteen. Four years prior boyfriend pled guilty to lewd act upon a minor.
Essentially, there are two types of child custody in South Carolina – sole and joint: Sole Custody – Sole custody, which was favored under prior South Carolina case-law, is when a parent “has temporary or permanent custody of a child and . In the court’s final order concerning custody,the court must explain its reason for awarding, or not awarding, joint custody.
In its reasoning, the court may consider the following factors: Regarding “other factors,” the court may consider the opinions of others such as social service agencies, doctors and other medical providers, psychologists, and psychiatrists to name a few.
In general, you can usually recognize legitimate programs designed to offer help for single moms by the way they operate.
For example, legitimate programs: When you're looking specifically for organizations that help single moms, calling 211 is good place to start.
Numerically, this seems high—if you are a single male, you have over 3,000 available women to court.