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The National Parents Organization, a “report on the review of the implementation of an effective shared-parenting statutes in the entire country, and only two states received an “A.”
The National Parents Organization or non-profit organisation, has shared its report in 2019 on Wednesday, as part of its ongoing efforts to “make children by making equal shared parenting the norm, and if the parents do not live together.”
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The NPO, which is, ultimately, a commitment to the reform of child custody laws in the states in the country, in order to make it more egalitarian, writes in the report, that’s right, shared parenting, are in the best interests of the child, such as a “growing consensus among researchers in the field.”
The NPO is also cited in the studies which reportedly provided 35 percent of children in single-parent households are more susceptible to mental trauma and poor health. The research, which will be referred to as alleged, also, that these children will grow up to fare worse in terms of income, and they are more likely to have drug problems, or criminal activities.
The National Parents Organization’s purpose is “the encouragement of children through the creation of equal, shared parenting the norm, and if the parents do not live together.”
The organization, however, says that there are “too many” states have too much trouble in the reformation of the articles of association of the shared custody by parents who are separated, in spite of the so-called “special improvement” for the first report, for the year 2014.
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Among the states that scored an “A,” were, of Kentucky, who, in 2018, the revised Section 403 to include language that says “joint custody and equally shared parenting time is in the best interest of the child”; and, in Arizona, which requires that the court must consider “a parenting plan that provides for both parents to share legal decision-making regarding their child and that maximizes their respective parenting time.”
On the whole, the nation is doing better than the organization’s 2014 report on the two states to receive an “A” grade (as opposed to 0 in 2014), 7 received a “B”, of which there are 8, in 2014 at the latest), and 25 received a “C” (on 18 June 2014, 15 of which were awarded a “D” in (23), and 2 were awarded an “F” in both the 2014 and 2019 at the latest.
The average state grade of “D+” in the 2014 Report points to ‘C’ in 2019, which is a symbol of a breakthrough to the next level in the ever-growing adoption of shared parenting as the norm in the U.S.,” in the VZW forums.
The organization claims to have evaluated each of the state of the child in the custody of the law, on the basis of 21 factors, to arrive at its report.
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The National Parents Organization, which was originally in the name of “Foundation for Fathers and Families,” was formed in Massachusetts in 1998.