Essays on a visitation of spirits

States can support parental self-determination by changing their legal language from “custody” to “parenting” and by breaking down parental functions (.,  “decision making” and “residence”) instead of including them in the single term “custody.” Instead of a custody order, parents can create an individualized parenting plan without labeling one parent a “winner” or “loser.” States have also begun to support the movement toward parental self-determination through what Professor Jana Singer has labeled a “velvet revolution” in resolving parenting disputes — away from the courtroom toward meditation, parent education, and collaborative law. The policy goal should be to have as many parents as possible resolve their disputes themselves, reserving courtrooms for protection of safety and legal rights rather than parenting arrangements.

Essays on a visitation of spirits

essays on a visitation of spirits

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