Written by attorney Anthony Gerard Buono | Nov 7, 2017

Modification of a Custody Order: Poor Parental Judgment

In determining custody, a court should consider if a parent has exhibited poor parental judgment. Poor parental judgment can take on a variety of forms but generally it consists of a parent placing his or her own interests over those of the child.

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