Family Rights Association
- Near Term Goals -
Promote family law based on modern research on relationships and
Default divorce judgement of shared parenting, unless either parent
can be proven unfit for parenting
To ensure parent's and children's relationships are not routinely
terminated by divorce
Consistent and fair divorce rulings for child custody, child support,
Ensure custodial parents can prove its "in the
childrens best interest" before removing children from the other parents
Equal access to the grandchildren for all grandparents
Equal efforts for enforcement of child visitation as for child
Provide a better role model for children, by awarding custody to a
parent who is working and able to support and care for their children if the other parent
is on public welfare
Penalties for false allegations of spousal abuse, or child abuse
(loss of full custody)
- Child support based on:
- objective "cost of parenting" data, not a percentage of
real or hypothetical income
- Capturing all parenting cost for both parents
Equal efforts for enforcement of child support when the recipient is
State compilation, reduction, and publication of court data (public
record) for custody awards in cases where custody is disputed
What Are Our Long Term Goals?
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