Thoughts on Shared Parenting Presumptions (Part 2/4)

© 2013 By Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. 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 time and the other parent having frequent access, […]

Excerpt from: The Future of Family Court

© 2012 By Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. “TO EVERY EXTENT POSSIBLE, we need to reduce the stress on parents and children in our courts and our society. We need to admit that domestic violence is real, child abuse is real and that child alienation is real, rather than simply fighting about these issues. We need […]

Some Thoughts on a Shared Parenting Presumption (Part 3/4)

© 2012 By Bill Eddy, LCSW, ESQ Different Needs at Different Ages Birth to age 5: Generally, this is a period when children need lots of stability and “secure attachment” experiences, which are best provided by one parent having the majority of the time and the other parent having frequent access, although this doesn’t have […]