The shared parenting movement is continuing to build momentum across the country. Numerous states are considering bills that would increase the amount of time children of divorce spend with each parent, which is proven to be in the best interest of kids.
One such state is Massachusetts, which recently passed a shared parenting bill in the House before it eventually died in the Senate. Despite the setback, the stage is set for more progress when the 2017 legislative session begins.
Cordell & Cordell Boston family law attorney Dana Lauer joins DadsDivorce Live to explain the details of the bill and how it would benefit divorced families.
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