The shared parenting movement is continuing to gain momentum across the country as several state legislatures are considering bills that would grant children more equal access to each of their parents following divorce.
One of those states is Missouri, which is currently looking at shared parenting laws in both legislative chambers. Linda Reutzel, a Missouri representative of the National Parents Organization who helped lobby for each of those bills, joins DadsDivorce Live to explain how the new statutes would benefit Missouri families.
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I looking for help for my son , he is separated from the mother of my grandkids since last year, when this happened she wasn’t get a lot of money from my son and she wasn’t let him see the kids so I told to my son to go to fill out the papers for the child support… and she get so mad , but now she wants more more money plus she threat him and she is afraid of her… I need to help him because of he’s kids and because he do everything for he’s kids but she’s causing him a big trauma … I feel so bad for my son because she assault him and he keeps in silence because of he’s kids but I tell my son he needs to do something because she can’t not stop him to live he’s life … please I need a help..