Every child has a right to their childhood – a hopeful existence free of exploitation, violence, neglect, and extreme poverty. Children need education, health services, consistent support systems as well as love, hope and encouragement; all these things and more are required in order to experience childhood to the fullest, and to eventually develop into healthy, capable adults.
Parents should be able to meet these needs. If the children are orphaned and there would be no parents to do these things for them, they should be sheltered by the immediate relatives or a good foster home. A government’s social welfare department who likewise protects these children’s rights should make sure that the children would be given to the rightful hands.
A parent to be capable of providing these needs to a child should have a source of stable income. Even in fighting for child custody, this issue is one very important matter to consider. There is a greater chance for the ‘more-able’ party to be given the right of taking care of the child. If both parents are not capable, the child will be given to a social welfare institution and be tendered until a parent(s) is already capable and stable.
Doing investigations on the candidate guardian or parents is one process that the court does in order to make a right decision to whom the custody of the child be given. An investigator may look for evidences that a person is well-capable. These can be whether the person has a present job, have profitable business or existing assets and properties to support. This process can also be done thru online people search engines that can likewise return the same information needed to affirm rightful child support. With thru this tool, further background investigation can be done to produce more basis aside from physical assets.