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Have a Heart Foundation (Sales & Mktng)     11 February 2015

Court for shared parenting


Court for shared parenting among estranged couples



 7 Replies

LegalFighter (test)     11 February 2015

Hi, So whats the significance of judgement,How can it help a father to have a shared custody of a 2 and half year old child who is with wife during a divorce process.What kind of steps doest a father should take?.


Experts, Please elaborate as it could help millions  of child to grow under a good environment  

Jayashree Hariharan (Advocate)     11 February 2015

Excellent piece of news sir. Thank you for sharing the article.

Adv k . mahesh (advocate)     11 February 2015

good initiative by the law commission of india of shared parenting system which will have its effect and lot of families will welcome this system 

this is starting for the ailing father or mother who are separated from their beloved children in the name of divorce but this system will some time unite the child with their father or mother 

Naresh Kumar (XYZ)     11 February 2015

Great News and thank you for sharing.

Naresh Kumar (XYZ)     11 February 2015

Shared parenting plan can be downloaded from below link

Bombay High court


Madhya Pradesh High Court

Prasad (Systems Engineer)     11 February 2015

Already, the so called "family courts" have ruined family system and there are more divorces than ever due to which the husband wife relationship is reduced to money based relationship.

Now, instead of elders of the family, this "shared parenting court" will teach couples how to bring up their child.

What next?

What a shame that a court has to teach couples how to be a parent to a child?

It is high time that couples divorce themselves from these courts and LIVE HAPPY MARITAL LIFE.

And courts should stop replacing the elders of the family with legal procedures.

A child cannot speak for itself.

Let's honour the right of the child to live with both of its parents.

T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     13 February 2015

Informative  topic which no doubt was known immediately when the judgement was pronounced.

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