Securing child-related agreements after divorce or separation provides parents with a sort of map for the next chapter. Parties can have a better idea of the road ahead and plan for any obstacles that might arise.
Fathers have long seen challenges in family court, especially when it comes to matters of child custody and parenting. The legal system alone presents obstacles by way of unfair processes and outdated biases.
By Jenny Kirshen of the Gene C. Colman Family Law Centre
Advocates Daily dot com has highlighted my contemplation of the grandparent/grandchild access conundrum. I hope that these articles will provide much needed inspiration for all of us to seriously consider the harm that is done to grandchildren. It's not just a simple matter of judges stepping in. We need a profound change in societal attitudes, a "sea change" or "sea shift" if you will. These cases need to be resolved by all of us - and that should ideally be outside of court where at all possible.