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Parsing Out Parenthood

In the last few years, several states across the country – including Nebraska – have raised the question about parenthood after divorce.  Legislators, judges, lawyers, psychologists, mediators and parents are asking, “What is best for children of divorce?”  Views differ wildly on how custody and parenting time should be shared in a post-divorce family. This year the Nebraska Legislature considered LB 22, a bill creating a presumption of joint physical and joint legal custody.  I now serve on a statewide committee of lawyers and judges (some who supported LB 22) formed to evaluate and critically examine custody and parenting time
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