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SMART PARENTING: Love + discipline = success PDF Print E-mail
Written by Zaid Mohamad   
Sunday, 29 January 2012 14:47

Her children disliked reading books or studying. She had given them lots of encouragement but to no avail.

She tried various approaches such as motivational talks, taking them on vacation just in case they needed a break, sending them to tuition classes and even teaching them at home.

Nothing worked and she felt hopeless and often cried because of her failure. She wanted to know what else she could do as things were getting from bad to worse — one of her children had been moved to a lower class because his grades were falling fast. More importantly, one of the children would be sitting for the UPSR this year.

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Israel Removes Biased Child Custody Law Against Fathers, Dads Address False Abuse Charges PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joel Leyden   
Saturday, 21 January 2012 12:00

Jerusalem --- January 20, 2012 .... For many divorced fathers in Israel, the declaration yesterday by Israel Justice Minister Yaakov Neeman that divorced parents must now share custody of children, may have come too late. Neeman has accepted recommendations by the Schnit Committee that joint parental custody be ordered in divorce cases involving young children, which the law defines as those up to age 6. Until now, most divorced fathers became visitors, being limited to seeing their children only a few hours a week.

As the new law comes into affect, thousands of dads in Israel would have lost any opportunity of fatherhood due to the fact that their children have already grown up or that their children suffer from PAS - Parental Alienation Syndrome. With PAS the children become alienated against the father as the mother has pushed him away and brainwashed the children that he is of no worth, or perhaps even bad for whatever reason she creates.

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Biological dads seek changes in child custody rights PDF Print E-mail
Written by DNA Correspondent   
Sunday, 15 January 2012 13:53

Children’s Rights Initiative for Shared Parenting (CRISP) foundation here on Saturday highlighted the problems faced by children from broken families and called for a re-look into the laws concerning child custody rights and a change in society’s mindset towards fathers.

At a news conference at press club, Dr Savio Pereira, the medical counsellor said the focus of this campaign was on the responsible biological fathers and not the irresponsible ones. According to him in India, fathers are left out and are often misrepresented after separation. There is a need to change the mindset of people and stop them from stereotyping fathers, he added.

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Man gets Custody of minor children becoz of Extra-marital relationship of Wife- DELHI COURT PDF Print E-mail
Written by KARKARDOOMA COURTS, DELHI   
Wednesday, 11 January 2012 06:15

IN THE COURT OF SH. REETESH SINGH,

ADDITIONAL DISTRICT JUDGE-01 (NE),

KARKARDOOMA COURTS, DELHI

Guardianship Petition no. 25/09

Date of Institution of case:  19.08.2009

Date of reserving for order/judgment:  11.11.2011

Date of Judgment / order:  21.12.2011

Unique ID no.  :  02402C0239292009

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Stay-at-home dads by choice - and loving it PDF Print E-mail
Written by Matt Soergel   
Wednesday, 11 January 2012 06:13

Paul E. Gregg III doesn’t go many places without Paul E. Gregg IV, who goes by his middle name of Emerson and turns 2 on Friday.

They ride together on a bike to the ocean near their Jacksonville Beach house. They chat with the neighbors. With Emerson as a conversation-starter, they must know everyone for 10 blocks on every side of them. And when Paul makes coffee, Emerson is right there making it with him.

John Law, 37, a former lobbyist in Tallahassee spends most of his daylight hours with his 2-year-old daughter, Katharine. They do errands near their house in Mandarin. He makes lunch, plays with Katharine, puts her down for a nap. He does cleaning, cooking, laundry, cuts the grass, takes out the garbage.

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Norway: Indian couple fights for kids' custody PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 25 December 2011 10:48

India | Updated Dec 24, 2011 at 04:00pm IST

A diplomatic tiff is brewing with Norway ignoring the Indian Foreign Ministry's requests to look sympathetically into the case of an NRI couple whose children were taken away by Norway's childcare services in May.

South Block officials said the authorities in Oslo had so far ignored the Indian mission's explanations of cultural differences in child-rearing. Norwegian embassy officials in Delhi were unavailable for comment.

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Child custody cases are the most difficult to handle, says HC Judge PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mohamed Imranullah S   
Saturday, 24 December 2011 07:12

Children are, by themselves, interesting. We (adults) always think that we are the ones who are teaching them. But in reality, it is they who teach us many things. In my experience, the most difficult of cases that I have handled are child custody cases,” Justice V. Ramasubramanian of the Madras High Court said on Wednesday.

Delivering a lecture on ‘Law of Adoption and the Rights of Children' at the Madurai Bench of Madras High Court Bar Association, the judge said that in every child custody case before him, his endeavour was to do justice not to the parents but only to the children as the latter might not be able to bear or even speak out against injustice done to them.

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Parents separated from children urge courts to ensure visitations PDF Print E-mail
Written by MDN Mainichi   
Saturday, 24 December 2011 07:06

MATSUDO (Kyodo) -- A group of Japanese and non-Japanese parents separated from their children due to divorce or marital disputes urged courts this week to ensure, in light of a revision to the Civil Code in May, that non-custodial parents are able to see their children on a regular basis.

About a dozen parents submitted a petition Tuesday at the Matsudo branch of the Chiba Family Court to protest comments allegedly made by one of its judges, Tatsushige Wakabayashi, at a mediation session involving Japanese parents in a child custody dispute, which the petitioners said showed disregard for the recent amendment.

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Parenting is no kidding PDF Print E-mail
Written by Monalisa and Nalini   
Thursday, 22 December 2011 13:35

If you are a parent, then you know that the rules with which your parents brought you up aren't of much use today. With changing times, parents are stuck between being too liberal and too authoritarian, and to strike that balance seems tough. "Healthy parenting is about overall physical, emotional and mental well-being of kids. But the rapidly changing and confusing value system, the myriad influences of the media and the new-found voice and confidence today's kids exhibit can make parenting a challenging job indeed," says Dr Amit Sen, child and adolescent psychiatrist, Children First.

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Abusive mother: The system let me down PDF Print E-mail
Written by ONE News   
Thursday, 22 December 2011 13:23

An Auckland mother, who subjected her daughter to horrific abuse, said she had reached breaking point and when she tried to seek help she was let down by the system.

The 31-year-old mother, who has name suppression to protect the identity of her children, was sentenced to seven and a half years in jail, with a minimum non-parole period of five years.

She and her partner were arrested in December 2010 after their daughter was found hiding in a wardrobe, starving, dehydrated and badly beaten.

A court heard how the girl was taken into Child, Youth and Family care when she was four-months-old because the mother admitted slapping her when she cried.

CYF placed the girl with a "whanau caregiver", who sexually abused her.

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