Monthly Archives: May 2014


EDITORIAL: MA Custody Proposal Rightly Stresses Time with Both Parents 1

EDITORIAL: Massachusetts custody proposal rightly stresses time with both parents MAY 18, 2014 SLOWLY BUT surely, Massachusetts is reshaping its laws around divorce. First, a task force of experts and advocates prompted a sweeping overhaul of outdated alimony laws. And two years ago, the governor’s office convened a similar committee […]


Nielsen: What Divorced Dads Want for Father’s Day: More Time With Their Babies 2

What Divorced Dads Want for Father’s Day: More Time With Their Babies By Linda Nielsen May 15, 2014 Linda Nielsen is a Professor of Adolescent & Educational Psychology at Wake Forest University, specializing in father-daughter relationships & shared parenting. Have you heard that children under the age of four should live […]