Why Is It So Hard To Pass Shared Parenting Legislation?

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Perhaps the most frustrating aspect of the shared parenting movement is that despite such overwhelming support, progress continues to inch forward in tiny increments. That isn’t to say things aren’t moving in the right direction. Twenty states considered shared parenting laws in 2015. More states are already joining the fold

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Shared Parenting Opposition Not Based On Facts

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Across the country, the shared parenting movement is gaining momentum, and has been for years. Currently, bills are being considered in Florida, Missouri, Maryland and Massachusetts that would move toward a presumption of equal access for both parents in child custody cases. More states are expected to join the fold

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What To Expect From A Child Custody Case

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Question: I have a 2-year-old daughter. Her mother lives in another state and has never been involved in her life. However, recently she started claiming she wants custody rights. Will she have a chance at any rights and what should I expect from this process?

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Catholic Church Lends Support To Shared-Parenting Movement

Catholic Church endorses shared parenting

Recently, the Council of Italian Bishops endorsed shared parenting after divorce or separation by publishing a full-page spread in its official newspaper, Avvenire. The article urges family courts to not only support shared parenting, but to also ensure the arrangement occurs in practice. It was also supportive of legislative efforts

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