Sunday, August 19, 2007

Putting Children First

I often praise people, states and courts when they create programs that put children's needs first in the case of divorce. Often times children become intermediaries between their parents and are often caught in the middle of ugly custody battles which have little do with what is the best thing for them. Therefore, I am always happy to hear about new initiatives to try to get bickering parents to act like adults and put their children's needs first. The program discussed in the article below is a great example on how the focus in child custody battles should shift from the parents' wants to the needs of the children:

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