Battered Mothers and Child Custody Abusing women is becoming an epidemic in the current world. Witnessing a physical assault on their mother and growing in such an environment can have a devastating impact on the growing minds of children. According to a research conducted by American Judges Association, 75 percent of child custody cases that go through intense battle between the parents involve history of domestic abuse. And interestingly, the men who perpetrate domestic violence on the mothers often contest for the custody of the child. But, there is a sharp contrast in the decisions taken by different courts with respect to battered mothers and child custody. According to a research report published by Battered Mothers Testimony Project (BMTP) in 2002, courts are biased towards battered mothers. Courts have been inefficient in protecting battered mothers and children from physical abuse. Often, fathers or batterers are preferred more than the battered mothers in awarding the custody of the child. According to the findings of BMTP, courts have violated human rights. They have allowed the batterers to continue with their abuse through court system. During the court proceedings, mothers are treated with disrespect by the investigators. They are harassed emotionally and financially. According to a gender based study conducted by Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Gender Bias Task Force, many judges, investigators and family service officers usually ignore physical abuse of women while determining this and visitation. Even if any woman accuses her husband of physical abuse, it is considered as an act of revenge. Surprisingly, during many of these trials, the batterers have been awarded with either joint custody or sole custody of the child. According to this report, in almost 94 percent of the cases involving battered mothers and child custody, the fathers have received sole or joint child custody. Child Custody Coach™ supplies information, online materials, and coaching services to parents in the field of child custody, namely, divorce, child custody and visitation, child custody evaluations, 730 evaluations, parenting techniques, and all issues related to child custody and divorce. "How to Win Child Custody - Proven Strategies that can Win You Custody and Save You Thousands in Attorney Costs!" is a unique child custody strategy guide provided as an E-Book for immediate access written by Steven Carlson who is known nationally as The Custody Coach™. Custody Match is an online consumer and family law attorney matching service to help you in your search for the right attorney for your divorce or child custody case. Custody Match can help you find the right family law attorney, divorce lawyer, or child custody attorney in your area.