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||||| What the Experts Say
A Review of the Scholarly Research on Post-Divorce Parenting and Child Well-being.
||||| The Agenda Behind the Rhetoric of Joint Custody This article was posted to the familylaw-l list in January, 1997, and appeared in the April 1997 Issue of the ABA Journal as a letter to the editor.
||||| Joint Custody Just Does Not Work. Research from the California Judicial Council, 2000. Look at the findings; ignore the "spin." This study was done ostensibly to look at the results of mediated "parenting plans." Look what happend to joint custody. As a lifetsyle, it just does not work. Its only arguable accomplishment probably is to ultimately send more children into the sole custody of their fathers than otherwise would occur. (A primary reason fathers' rights groups push for it.) It's unlikely that any group, children, mothers, or fathers, benefits from this phenomenon -- other than, of course, custody mediators, evaluators, and parenting coordinators, who make more money the more problematic and unworkable a "parenting plan" is. See above, "The Agenda Behind the Rhetoric.")
||||| Myths and Facts about Fatherhood: What the Research REALLY Says
||||| Myths and Facts about Motherhood: What the Research REALLY Says
||||| Myths and Facts about Stepmothers and Mother Absence: What the Research REALLY Says
||||| Child Abuse Links and Information
||||| "Parental Alienation" - Getting it Wrong in Child Custody Cases
by Professor Carol S. Bruch
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