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The end of "custody" and "access"

A survey of Canadian family lawyers shows most opposed to a presumption that children should spend close to equal time with their divorced or separated parents, but overwhelming support for changing the outdated, confrontational terms currently used to describe the “winners” and “losers” in cases involving children: 447 more words

Family Law

Shared Parenting

On October 9, 2014, in a commentary in the Baltimore Sun entitled, “Joint Custody should be the norm,” Ned Holstein emphasized that “after parents separate or divorce, children do much better with shared parenting.” … 254 more words

The Terrible Tale of the Overnight Bag

Right now,at this particular moment, shared parenting sucks.Hard.

I’ve talked about how things are difficult currently with little girl’s daddy and I.We don’t get on particularly well at the minute. 743 more words


The MP who betrayed Britain’s Fathers

 It is the duty of every one of us to hold democratically elected representatives to account. It is of even greater importance to hold those who make election promises to account and ensure they deliver on those promises. 962 more words

Matt O'connor

Does work leave you tired, stressed with no time for family? You’re not alone

Guest post by Heejung Chung, University of Kent

It’s just been Work-Life Week, when employers and employees are asked to think about how they juggle their working lives and to perhaps try to strike a balance. 713 more words

Flexible Working

Families Need Fathers AGM and Meeting on Sunday 16th November 2014

FNF are pleased to be able to confirm that as well as holding an AGM on Sunday 16th November in London, there will be a range of discussions and helpful workshops that members may wish to attend. 391 more words

Child Abuse

Dropping my kids of at school….sounds simple enough, but I feel like I don’t belong there at all. Having my kids 50% of the time makes me feel like a fraud and I feel like as soon as I tell people my situation they judge me, I have spoken to very few other mums much past general small talk at the gates, and the ones I have told sing the same chorus of “wow, you’re so lucky to have that free time” but I don’t feel lucky, I feel cut off, unable to relate being no longer in the same boat as everyone else. 305 more words