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Shared parenting Bill in New York State
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Posted by: Danny Guspie 9/23/2007
'Shared parenting' seen as custody solution Bills in New York would require courts to treat mom, dad equally

Saw this - 'Shared parenting' seen as custody solution - Bills in New York would require courts to treat mom, dad equally .

Here is the summary of the proposed legislation BILL A00330 and here is the actual proposed legislation.


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Re: Shared parenting Bill in New York State    By Janice on 3/2/2006

This is a great website and blog! My husband continues to go thru hell gett time to see his kids - the ex is all about money. The kids come over to our place when she needs a babysitter. There is no real realiable schedule - which is what we really want. But the ex basically runs the show. She has sol custody and lets us constantly know that we have no rights and that she will tell when, where and what we are doing with the kids or else we will never see them again. We just go along to try to keep her happy but this is emotional blackmail, and I am sure the kids will eventually figure it out. The oldest boy has said several times over the past months that he wants to live with us but he's only 9year old so I don't think any cour t will do anything. Any help you can offer is appreciated. And keep up the good work! I'm bookmarking your site.

Re: Shared parenting Bill in New York State    By danny on 3/1/2006

My first suggestion is to read everything you can on our site. There are a lot of free resources on the site.

Next, consider coming with your husband to one of our free meetings. There is one tonight in Toronto. You will meet others who arew going through exactly the same things (including other second wives). Our support group meetings are a good way to get statred.

Finally, we can teach you what you need to know, help with referrals to lawyers and other professionals who have had rtrack record of success helping fathers and provide other resources.

Thanks for the comment and visiting - come back often for updates, tactics, strategies, free resources, meeting information and help.

Danny Guspie - Executive Director
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