Unless it's actually been proven that they're unfit, why do they get custody? I know sometimes that's the agreement between the parents. But there are situations where it's hard to actually prove that she's unfit.
We discussed this in my Psych class last semester. My teacher's niece had a baby who suffered from non-organic failure to thrive. The mom wouldn't hold the baby and even went so far as to put the baby on a pillow and lean over him to BF so that she didn't get dirty. When the parent's split up when he was about 6, she got custody (the dad fought for a couple of years before he finally gave up). The kid is about 10 now and she (teacher) said he's miserable except when he's with his dad.
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