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Can a Mother Withhold a Child From the Father in CA?

Family Code § 3010 provides that without court orders saying otherwise, both legal parents are equally entitled to custody of their child. The important missing piece of the puzzle is that this only applies to legal parents. So what rights do fathers have before they have established their legal rights?

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Father’s Rights in California: Do Family Courts Favor Mothers in Custody Cases?

Aren’t Father’s Rights just Parental Rights? Do Mothers Have Special Rights? Are Mothers and Fathers Treated Fairly in California Family Courts? Find Out Here!

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Family Code 3011, 3020, 3040 – Best Interest of the Child Checklist California [Factors Standard]

Definitive Checklist of the Factors California Courts Consider for the Best Interest of the Child Standard!

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