Monday, May 12, 2008

Sharing Parents the Best Answer - North Dakota

Sharing Parents the Best Answer

From the article:

Information was also given that social science research supports shared parenting, and that the so-called "best interest standard" is really no standard at all.

A study was also presented stating that 70 percent of young adult children of divorces wanted equal time with the absent parent and that the remaining 30 percent wanted significantly more overnights with the father.

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6 Comments:

Anonymous Tim said...

Another great post. The best parent is both parents. It's way past time to make sure that dad's remain a vital part of their child's life.

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Anonymous Divorce Tips for Women said...

Interesting post. Although I'm not surprised that majority of children of divorce would prefer shared parenting, I find it funny that children wish to spend more nights with the father. What would to the bond of mother and child that everybody's talking about?

11:03 AM  
Anonymous Tom Stutzman said...

No one is greater than parents & no one is best adviser than parents. So always shared with parents before taking any decision regarding divorce.

3:45 AM  
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2:42 PM  
Blogger Abed Nadier said...

I think that it is very important to have both a mom and a dad in a child's life. Obviously, there are certain circumstances where having both parents would have a negative impact in his/her life. But, in cases where both parents are capable, it's great to be able to have joint custody. http://www.bennettlegal.com.au

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