Is there any reason a father couldn't have primary custody of the child?

By Catherine Hendrix
April 15, 2013
 
SC FAQ/Child Custody

None whatsoever. You know the courts try to be gender blind. And that is becoming more and more doable over the passage of time. We have many younger family court judges who are parents that remain very active in their children's lives, whether they are female judges or male judges. I think the family court for a particular period of time was a little slow in understanding the importance of a father's role in a child's life.


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By Catherine Hendrix| April 15, 2013
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