Shared Parenting


Time for Positive Parenting

Video AFTER A DIVORCE OR SEPARATION, IT IS COMMON TO HEAR PEOPLE DESCRIBE YOU HOW DIFFICULT IT IS TO COMMUNICATE WITH THEIR EX SPOUSE WHY IS IT SO DIFFICULT? WE BRING IN THOM LINEHAN FROM UNH CO-OPERATIVE EXTENSION. WHY IS IT SO DIFFICULT FOR PARENTS TO COMMUNICATE? I THINK IT […]


India May Opt for Shared Child Custody

India may opt for shared child custody Pradeep Thakur,TNN | Nov 11, 2014 NEW DELHI: India is moving towards adopting a preference for shared parentage systems over sole custody arrangements for child custody disputes post-divorce. This is similar to arrangements followed in US, Canada, Australia, UK and many other countries. […]


Poll on equal parental rights in ND

UPDATE: The poll is closed. Measure 6 would amend the North Dakota Century Code to create a presumption that each parent is a fit parent and entitled to be awarded equal parental rights and responsibilities by a court unless there is clear and convincing evidence to the contrary; the measure […]


Positive Coparenting Exchanges Common Among New Unmarried African American Parents in Study

CO-PARENTING AMONG NEW, UNMARRIED AFRICAN-AMERICAN FAMILIES SEPTEMBER 19, 2014 New Study Reveals Positive Coparenting Exchanges Common Among New Unmarried African American Fathers and Mothers With Their Babies Over 80% of first-time, lower socioeconomic unmarried African American parents who take part in a prenatal intervention devoted to helping mothers and fathers […]


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Reasons Single Moms Should Embrace Equal Custody 1

6 REASONS SINGLE MOMS SHOULD EMBRACE EQUAL CHILD CUSTODY September 23, 2014 By Rita Fuerst Adams, National Executive Director, National Parents Organization A rival statistic to the nation’s divorce rate shakes up the conversation on societal expectations that mom shoulder sole responsibility for child rearing while dad serves as breadwinner. […]