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An utter disgrace. It seems Norgrave's recommendations are based on the concept of saving the courts time and money because with a presumption of equality, more litigation will be the end result as Fathers try to redress the inequality of residence etc. I think we should collectively voice our outrage and protest to the highest authority in the land (not Cameron).
Well I certainly don't feel like a winner. When my ex husband left, I did not choose to be the resident parent - I had that forced upon me. The fact that he then moved 20 miles away so he could not see his son so much was also not my choosing.
I don't see how any court could enforce 50/50 parenting. I am sure there are many mothers like me who would like the father to be forced to do 50% of the parenting and take the pressure off us.