A *** couple has a child and they get a divorce, who should get custody?

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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Whatever is Best for the child.
Joint custody should be established, with physical custody going to the better parent. It's all about the well being of the child. 'Nuff said \m/
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
The more feminine one. (jk)
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
This question has an obvious answer. Whichever parent is best suited to take care of the child should gain custody. Their sexual orientation is irrelevant.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
The best parent should always get custody, regardless of gender
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
And, how, would that be determined? Normally the BIO, has more legal clout in court.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Take into consideration if one partner has cheated or is less financially able to provide or is less available for the child or has a criminal record or is physically/verbally/emotionally abusive/manipulative or if the child expresses a preference etc.. The same way it's determined in heterosexual relationships where both the parents are biological. Sometimes it's hard to determine, sometimes it's obvious, sometimes it takes some investigation. Either way, the biological parent isn't necessarily the best-suited for raising the child
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Based on your possible answers your question is not worth answering. It's just another self serving question.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
It's what many law profs in top universities are discussing in preparation for new case law.

Self-serving? lol
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
So they are giving you multiple choice rather than hearing your own opinion?
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
it should be decided exactly the same as if the couple were not ***
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Damn. I thought this was gonna be a tough one.

Of course, for the malcontents, we could always go the Solomon route. :-)
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Well, it is a little different, AS only one, is the BIO PARENT.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Just like when it's a man and a woman. Far too often I hear of children going to mentally ill, abusive mothers rather than supportive fathers, its heartbreaking, and I don't see why this should be any different.

If it's just two people not being able to work things out, then blood is an obvious heavy consideration; but if the kid's bio-dad is an *******, and the kid loves and is supported by the other, then why choose to place a child in a dysfunctional home?
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
If no biological parent exists then you cannot factually answer this question. Perhaps the answer is in the fact that those of the same *** cannot reproduce. Good Luck!
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
And in the case of adopted children? Shouldn't the same criteria be used for adopted children of hetero marriages: whatever is best for the child.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Assuming the parents involved has adopted the children. Yes, the same criteria should be part of the consideration. Again, in either case there is no factual conclusion. Now for the "fireworks".... I also believe you must make considerations from the "fact" they are ***.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
This is a no-brainer. Of course the best interests of the child require that the best parent get the child.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
I wonder why the *** qualification needs to be added to this question.
The usual criteria should apply.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
The one the brat came out of how about that ! You know "mom" and as for dad he's an unstable individual needs to rethink things over before taking a super responsibility as a parent this is why we have jeffrey dahmers and john wayne gacies
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Whichever partner nurtured the child the most should get primary custody and shared custody should go to the other partner. If it can be demonstrated that each partner contributed an equal share of the nurture of the child, an equally shared custody arrangement should be assigned.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Trick question, *** couples can't reproduce
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
If they both adopted than yes. If one is the biological and the other an adoptive parent, then the biological as long as they were determined fit. However if the other person did not adopt they don't have a right and the child may end up in foster care.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
If there is not going to be joint custody, then the parent who is best for the interests of the child should get custody.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
and when the child is old enough to think for themselves THEY SHOULD be able to make a THAT DECISION.. IT IS about WHERE they are safe and happy
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Shared custody or whatever is best for the child. How is it any different than who gets custody of an adopted child? It depends on the situation.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
The one who can provide for it.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
....they should share custody just like any other divorce couple....
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Don't they have a 'turn in' service at the Pound..?
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Well, I think they should both have a right to custody (if they both want to and are both qualified). But if only one was to get custody, it should be given to the best parent. This should apply to all couples (regardless of sexual orientation or gender).
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Each partner gets a half of the child.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Barney Frank should get custody.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Custody should be settled in the court, like it would be for any heterosexual couple.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Biology plays a big part in most divorce precedings that have only one biological parent
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
That is terrible, but I usually think most of the court system stinks.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
I agree that the courst system stinks. What's really scary is that it seems to be the best one in the world.

:D
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Like any child custody case, the best interest of the child should be the primary and only factor.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Whoever is best for the child
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Wow. There will be more and more cases like this. Rosie O'donnel, on her third. Fourth?
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,293,500 points)
Beccause biology is a big determinent in a hetero couple, and this would be new case law
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