Continuing with the fourth "best interest of the child" factor, factor (d) reads : "the length of time the child has lived in a stable, satisfactory environment, and the desirability of maintaining continuity."
How can a judge possibly award this factor to a mom who has taken off from the marital home, with the kids (kidnapping), and is hiding in some "domestic violence" shelter while proclaiming all of her lies?
Regardless of where mom has "fled to", whether it be with a boyfriend at his place, her parents, an apartment, or a "shelter" of some sort, how can it possibly compare to the home environment the children have been in? This should be a no-brainer, but, again, this factor is one that the lawyers and judges can twist around to their liking, and make this factor fit into whatever the predetermined decision their friend of the court conciliator has made. It's time again for another judicial "rubber stamp".
This is no doubt a key reason so many fathers are tossed from their home if the wife/mother has not "fled for her life" with the false allegations, trumped up lies and concocted accusations at the local women's' safe place shelter. False allegations are more common than you might think.
A Father of Two.
Think Michigan Child Custody Determinations Are Fair? Think again!