This is an interesting article on shared parenting after the divorce. Whenever children are involved, two parents who in many cases dislike each other intensely, must work together to raise their children to become responsible adults. This article discusses some research that our cousins across the pond have done on the subject matter.
Among other things the writer notes that the parties usually work out a parenting plan without having to take the case to trial. The writer continues to note that the individuals who end up going to trial are usually back in court at a later date. In other words, their lack of cooperation during the course of the divorce litigation will most likely continue in the post-trial phase.
For the complete text of the post go to: Shared Parenting After the Divorce What the Research Says.
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