Kentucky’s Governor MR Bevin has signed a new reform in child custody bill on Monday, April 10 and has brought Kentucky a bit closer to making possible shared parenting, a new starting point for divorcees. Kentucky’s Senate and House both collectively approved the new reform in law, which creates the conjecture of shared parenting and equal parenting time.
Plenty of prayers made by the young children got answers through the new law, House Bill 492. The up-coming Easter may come with the new hopes and with better chances for children to see both parents since the divorce.
Families who are together and living happily married life benefits the children to grow up and enjoy the love of both of their parents. The children whose parents got divorced had to live with the one who won the case through honorable court, before reform made in child custody bill. Children only pay some visits with the other parents, who lose the case of getting a child in his/her custody.
The recently signed bill gives proper and equal opportunities to each parent know as shared parenting. Through shared parenting, children will be able to spend time and with their both parents equally instead of sharing on only one out of the two.
According to some authentic studies, children who grow up with the both mother and father rise as winners. They take part in every activity, whether it is related supports, education and other curricular and extra-curricular activities. On the other hand, sole custody children are less active and do crimes and use drugs in their lives.
The fascinating and funny part of this new legislation is both parents win too. None of the parents will refuse from his half responsibility of parenting. Either no one will be the forced to work twice times in a day. The parents will more focus to on their careers rather than think about the parenting responsibility 24/7.
Now, neither of parents needs to fight their case in the court through fighting tooth and nail to win the custody from each other. Every parent will have a right to meet with their children and pay a positive role in their brought up. No doubt about that, thanks to the Bevin and bill sponsors David Osborne, R-Prospect, Jason Petrie and Robby Milles, shared parenting is short term order law in Kentucky.
Many other states start rapidly passing permanent custody joint parenting laws. States such as Illinois and Missouri, a couple of months ago has implemented shared parenting laws. There is hope, that Bevin and the persons who sponsored the bill will make more strong amendments to make permanent custody order law in near future.
Everyone has the habit of pinning point the lope holes within the Government laws, but we need to appreciate for creating a genuine breakthrough in shared parenting law. The whole Kentucky’s Senate helped the children to see and spend the time with both parents after got the divorce, and it is good to step because our kids deserve both of their parents.
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