Tennessee moves to split custody evenly in messy divorces – USATODAY.com


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One Response to “Tennessee moves to split custody evenly in messy divorces – USATODAY.com”

  1. jbintenn Says:

    I would say that a bill like this would be dangerous, but only if it applied to any and all divorce cases. If the mother or father is clearly incapable of raising their child(children) then the 50/50 rule should never apply.

    I would also love to see this bill adopted nationwide as long as it had the above stipulation and for it to be retro as well for cases that have already passed. This would force a reality check for those courts who try cases with a clear bent towards one gender over the other no matter what evidence is presented and it would literally force them to do what they should be doing in the first place which is provide for the wellbeing of the child, first and foremost.

    There is way too much abuse right now by many courts in divorce cases and this would force them to be held accountable. Therefore, I would definitely support a bill like this and for every state to adopt same.

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