Κυριακή, 24 Ιουλίου 2011

ΣΤΗΝ ΑΓΓΛΙΑ, DEBATE ΓΙΑ ΤΗΝ ΣΥΝΕΠΙΜΕΛΕΙΑ: ΔΙΚΑΣΤΙΚΗ ΑΠΟΦΑΣΗ

Transparency in UK Family Courts and 'Shared Parenting'

Read the County Court judgments from family proceedings in the UK to see how a father tried to achieve a parental relationship with his son by applying to court for a 'Shared Parenting' order - 'even Toddlers Need Fathers' - Helping fathers to sustain a parental relationship with their child or children through openness in the UK family courts.
INTRODUCTION
On 30 July 2004 Kingsley Miller was given the unique privilege by the Court of Appeal in the UK to publish the County Court judgments from the family proceedings in his case because of his, "history of responsible campaigning and writing on issues relating to family relationships" - Read these judgments here;-According to the Department for Education and Skills key facts about children's best interests - (Parenting Plans - Putting Your Children First - A guide for separating parents - pp.4) - 'children are entitled to a relationship with both their parents, whether or not they live together'. The benefits of a relationship with both parents can be most effectively achieved by shared custody. For separated fathers, this means they can be more involved with their children, seeing them on a regular, extended basis every week. It also means that neither parent is carrying the entire burden of parenting while the other is considered absent.

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