Shared Parenting


Experts: Shared Parenting Can Reduce Domestic Violence

From the National Parents Organization: (Excerpts) International experts have concluded that shared parenting can help reduce domestic violence. At the 2015 International Conference on Shared Parenting, which included about 120 research scientists and other experts from more than 20 countries, participants concluded that “…shared parenting [after parental separation or divorce] […]


Equalized Parenting Can Bridge Pay Gap Among Divorced Or Single Moms

From the Parent Herald: Excerpts: Family experts and some legislators strongly advocated that an egalitarian approach to parenting is the most ideal concept for families who are in the middle of divorce or separation. Several studies also showed how shared parenting has become the most beneficial to children’s health and well-being in […]


St Louis Post-Dispatch Editors for Shared Parenting

Family law reform advocates are very happy to see the editorial board of the St Louis Post-Dispatch speaking out in support of shared parenting in “Putting dad back in the family picture following divorce.” Excerpts: Recent research … shows that a flexible shared parenting arrangement, with children spending approximately equal time with each […]


Berkshire County, MA: Vote for Rinaldo DelGallo for State Senate Sept. 8 1

In Berkshire County, Mass, Rinaldo DelGallo, a divorced father and outspoken advocate for shared parenting is one of three democrats facing off in a primary election to fill an open seat in the State Senate. The other two candidates oppose shared parenting. Also in Mass, Marilyn Pettito Devaney is running for re-election as a member […]


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Virginia, Embrace Shared Parenting After Divorce or Separation

Paasch: Virginia should embrace shared parenting August 29, 2015 By Christian Paasch As the month of August, which was declared Child Support Enforcement Month by President Ronald Reagan in 1983, winds down, I encourage the citizens of Virginia to honor Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s recent proclamation well beyond the close of […]