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Legislating Shared Parenting   All states and provinces currently mandate significant parenting time for both parents, unless there are compelling reasons (domestic violence, child abuse, etc.) not to do so. It is universally seen as in “the best interests of the … Continue reading

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Research It has been said that you can find research to support any opinion, and that is particularly true in the area of parenting after divorce or separation. However, most of the research emphasizes different aspects of the same problem, … Continue reading

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Different Needs at Different Ages Birth to age 5: Generally, this is a period when children need lots of stability and “secure attachment” experiences with both parents. Generally, it appears best to have one parent with the majority of the … Continue reading

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A controversial issue today in family law is whether there should be a presumption that parents should have equal (or nearly equal) shared parenting time after a separation or divorce. I posted this blog series in 2012, but with growing … Continue reading

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In my book published in July 2010 (Don’t Alienate the Kids!), I suggest that it is important for children to have two parents – especially to prevent child alienation which can lead to difficulties in adult relationships. This means shared … Continue reading

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In 2010, when my book Don’t Alienate the Kids! Raising Resilient Children While Avoiding High Conflict Divorce was published, I wrote a blog titled: Can Borderlines Share Parenting? Since then I have had over 50 blog comments covering the range … Continue reading

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by Bill Eddy, LCSW, ESQ May, 2012 A controversial issue today in family law is whether there should be a presumption that parents should have equal shared parenting time after a separation or divorce. I just returned from speaking for … Continue reading

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