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伊利诺伊州离婚博客:参议院账单4113和50/50育儿时间推定

我已将修改后的伊利诺伊州SB 4113的大部分案文中包含在下方,该文件旨在建立一个反驳的推定,即对每个父母的平等育儿时间奖励是在离婚案件中的未成年子女(REN)的最佳利益。

多年来,我的公司代表着复杂的儿童监护人案件,并且在许多情况下,我父亲的客户被定以被授予他们孩子的初级保管。我在多年来一直努力为我的父亲提供父亲的竞争环境,一些人面临着离婚案件中的虚假指控,虚假行动和其他挑战。这些案件可以是战斗,但通过正确的策略和管理,可以在这些情况下达成正确的决定。因此,我为妇女而战,在自己的监护案件中,一些面临自恋丈夫的父母的虚假指控。我的目标一直是为我的男性和女性客户制定战略,以打击父母的异化,虚假指控,以及为我的客户和儿童的真正最佳利益提供服务。

因此,对于SB 4113,问题成为此法例,以及本身的立法,为父母创建该级别的播放领域吗?我注意到,许多更多的声音律师协会都反对这项法案,我可以说我讨论过的一些法官,这不赞成账单。但是,这种情况的想法有很大的青睐,特别是在长期以来,男女们受到了众多的法律制度,这是一个不满足的法律制度。 SB 4113将创建该基础,以便法院需要对父母两项时间的推定50/50分配我希望SB 4113可能经历一些可能使其通过更卑鄙的修订。我注意到,50/50的推定是一个令人满意的想法,但在许多情况下,许多法官和临床医生不相信在大多数情况下和大多数家庭都有50/50的分配是合适的。均衡的时间是有益的,父母彼此靠近彼此,父母都分享积极的育儿特征,工作时间表可以容纳50/50的时间,孩子们的年龄和情况有利于分支时间,而无数的其他因素有益于真正的共享育儿环境。我相信,可以编写一个分享的育儿账单,这可能会更加密集,更详细,更丰富地,可能会使富裕的共享育儿账单成为段落的真正可能性。

我相信和支持共享育儿,在那些对父母和孩子们来说是正确的事情。在存在负育儿的情况下,父母的异化和/或家庭暴力或精神病理学,我也相信脱掉这些病理和限制伤害孩子和另一家父母的父母。

SB 4113现在搬到全房房屋以供考虑,有趣的是,看看它是否以其现状为签名的签名者。

 

AMENDMENT TO HOUSE BILL 4113
2     AMENDMENT NO. ______. Amend House Bill 4113 by replacing
3 line 18 on page 7 through line 11 on page 11 with the
4 following:
5     "(750 ILCS 5/602.7)
6     Sec. 602.7. Allocation of parental responsibilities:
7 parenting time.
8     (a) Allocation of parenting time. Best interests. The court
9 shall allocate parenting time according to the child's best
10 interests. Unless the parents present a mutually agreed written
11 parenting plan and that plan is approved by the court, the
12 court shall allocate parenting time. There is a rebuttable
13 presumption that it is in the child's best interests to award
14 equal time to each parent. In determining the child's best
15 interests for purposes of allocating parenting time, the court
16 shall consider all relevant factors, including, without
17 limitation, the following:
 

 

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1         (1) the wishes of each parent seeking parenting time;
2         (2) the wishes of the child, taking into account the
3     child's maturity and ability to express reasoned and
4     independent preferences as to parenting time;
5         (3) the amount of time each parent spent performing
6     caretaking functions with respect to the child in the 24
7     months preceding the filing of any petition for allocation
8     of parental responsibilities or, if the child is under 2
9     years of age, since the child's birth;
10         (4) any prior agreement or course of conduct between
11     the parents relating to caretaking functions with respect
12     to the child;
13         (5) the interaction and interrelationship of the child
14     with his or her parents and siblings and with any other
15     person who may significantly affect the child's best
16     interests;
17         (6) the child's adjustment to his or her home, school,
18     和 community;
19         (7) the mental and physical health of all individuals
20     involved;
21         (8) the child's needs;
22         (9) the distance between the parents' residences, the
23     cost and difficulty of transporting the child, each
24     parent's and the child's daily schedules, and the ability
25     of the parents to cooperate in the arrangement;
26         (10) whether a restriction on parenting time is
 

 

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1     appropriate;
2         (11) the physical violence or threat of physical
3     violence by the child's parent directed against the child
4     or other member of the child's household;
5         (12) the willingness and ability of each parent to
6     place the needs of the child ahead of his or her own needs;
7         (13) the willingness and ability of each parent to
8     facilitate and encourage a close and continuing
9     relationship between the other parent and the child;
10         (14) the occurrence of abuse against the child or other
11     member of the child's household;
12         (15) whether one of the parents is a convicted sex
13     offender or lives with a convicted sex offender and, if so,
14     the exact nature of the offense and what if any treatment
15     the offender has successfully participated in; the parties
16     are entitled to a hearing on the issues raised in this
17     paragraph (15);
18         (16) the terms of a parent's military family-care plan
19     that a parent must complete before deployment if a parent
20     is a member of the United States Armed Forces who is being
21     deployed; and
22         (17) any other factor that the court expressly finds to
23     be relevant.
24     If the court deviates from the presumption contained in
25 this subsection, the court shall issue a written decision
26 stating its specific findings of fact and conclusions of law in
 

 

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1 support of the deviation from the presumption.
2     (b) Restrictions Allocation of parenting time. Unless the
3 parents present a mutually agreed written parenting plan and
4 that plan is approved by the court, the court shall allocate
5 parenting time. It is presumed both parents are fit and the
6 court shall not place any restrictions on parenting time as
7 defined in Section 600 and described in Section 603.10, unless
8 it finds by a preponderance of the evidence that a parent's
9 exercise of parenting time would seriously endanger the child's
10 physical, mental, moral, or emotional health. If the court
11 deviates from the presumption contained in this subsection, the
12 court shall issue a written decision stating its specific
13 findings of fact and conclusions of law in support of the
14 deviation from the presumption
15     In determining the child's best interests for purposes of
16 allocating parenting time, the court shall consider all
17 relevant factors, including, without limitation, the
18 following:
19         (1) the wishes of each parent seeking parenting time;
20         (2) the wishes of the child, taking into account the
21     child's maturity and ability to express reasoned and
22     independent preferences as to parenting time;
23         (3) the amount of time each parent spent performing
24     caretaking functions with respect to the child in the 24
25     months preceding the filing of any petition for allocation
26     of parental responsibilities or, if the child is under 2
 

 

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1     years of age, since the child's birth;
2         (4) any prior agreement or course of conduct between
3     the parents relating to caretaking functions with respect
4     to the child;
5         (5) the interaction and interrelationship of the child
6     with his or her parents and siblings and with any other
7     person who may significantly affect the child's best
8     interests;
9         (6) the child's adjustment to his or her home, school,
10     和 community;
11         (7) the mental and physical health of all individuals
12     involved;
13         (8) the child's needs;
14         (9) the distance between the parents' residences, the
15     cost and difficulty of transporting the child, each
16     parent's and the child's daily schedules, and the ability
17     of the parents to cooperate in the arrangement;
18         (10) whether a restriction on parenting time is
19     appropriate;
20         (11) the physical violence or threat of physical
21     violence by the child's parent directed against the child
22     or other member of the child's household;
23         (12) the willingness and ability of each parent to
24     place the needs of the child ahead of his or her own needs;
25         (13) the willingness and ability of each parent to
26     facilitate and encourage a close and continuing
 

 

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1     relationship between the other parent and the child;
2         (14) the occurrence of abuse against the child or other
3     member of the child's household;
4         (15) whether one of the parents is a convicted sex
5     offender or lives with a convicted sex offender and, if so,
6     the exact nature of the offense and what if any treatment
7     the offender has successfully participated in; the parties
8     are entitled to a hearing on the issues raised in this
9     paragraph (15);
10         (16) the terms of a parent's military family-care plan
11     that a parent must complete before deployment if a parent
12     is a member of the United States Armed Forces who is being
13     deployed; and
14         (17) any other factor that the court expressly finds to
15     be relevant.
16     (c) In allocating parenting time, the court shall not
17 consider conduct of a parent that does not affect that parent's
18 relationship to the child.
19     
14 on page 16, by replacing lines 19 and 20 with the following:
15     "(a) After a hearing, if the court finds by a preponderance
16 of the evidence that a parent"; and
17 on page 18, lines 8 and 9, by changing "clear and convincing a
18 preponderance of the" to "a preponderance of the".