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Can you please leave the following in the article, but you may change the wording to keep it in a neutral point of view?
Is it fair that a man will only conceive a child if his divorce lawyer is satisfied that, he will be the custodial parent and does not have to pay a dime in child support to the mother. A father can financially support children with out giving a dime in child support to the mother if he is the custodial parent and the mother is the non custodial parent.
Child custody laws, effecting fathers parental rights over there children from birth until child custody ends at age 18, has an effect on the birth rate. Strict in enforcing child support have up to 20 percent fewer unmarried births than states that are lax about getting unmarried dads to pay, the researchers found. Moreover, according to the results, if all 50 states in the United States had done at least as well in their enforcement efforts as the state ranked fifth from the top, that would have led to a 20 percent reduction in out-of-wedlock births. http://web.archive.org/web/20070505175913/http://uwnews.org/article.asp?articleid=10608
Many men only want children if they are the custodial parent and do not have to pay a dime in child support to the mother. A father can financially support children with out giving a dime in child support to the mother if he is the custodial parent and the mother is the non custodial parent. A divorce lawyer can usually determine if a man has that right, before a child is conceived.
In some places, courts and legal professionals are beginning to use the term parenting schedule instead of custody and visitation. The new terminology eliminates the distinction between custodial and noncustodial parents, and also attempts to build upon the best interests of the children by crafting schedules that meet the developmental needs of the children. For example, younger children need shorter, more frequent time with parents, whereas older children and teenagers may demand less frequent shifts yet longer blocks of time with each parent.
Examples include the attraction of foreign litigants to the United States due to its expansive acceptance of personal jurisdiction and favorable litigation climate, and the United Kingdom for its stricter defamation laws.
The term has become adopted in a wider context for the activity of repeatedly seeking a venue or willing listener for a concern, complaint or action, until one is found.
A U.S. district court judge called it correctly when he insisted that [i]n reality, every litigant who files a lawsuit engages in forum shopping when he chooses a place to file suit. International family lawyers work to assist their clients in that process.
In one case, a court expressly acknowledged that the plaintiff had chosen to move to the state in order to benefit from the liberal divorce laws in that state. The court found that was perfectly appropriate and did not justify a stay or dismissal of the case.
On the other hand, forum shopping is generally seen as particularly inappropriate when it is intended to secure a more sympathetic forum in a child custody case. Indeed, courts have found that the Hague Abduction Convention was designed to deter parents from engaging in international forum shopping in custody cases. Specifically, the Hague Convention attempts to prevent situations in which a parent dissatisfied with current custodial arrangements flees with the child to another country to re-litigate the merits of custody and to obtain a more favorable custody order.
Nonetheless, it may well be in the best interests of a child to remove the child from a forum which does not apply the best interests test in child custody cases to a forum which has a "better" law and practice in such cases.
For example a child that is born in Saudi Arabia to a an American women and Saudi Arabia father is not allowed to visit the United States before child custody ends at age 18, because the courts in the United States will not enforce a child custody order from Saudi Arabia.
For example a British woman that got pregnant in the United States will give birth to her child in the United Kingdom, because she is able to obtain are favorable child custody order in the British legal system in stead of the United States.
The legal system in the United States encourages mothers to leave the United States in order to legally circumvent United States law governing paternity and Custody, laws which rightfully give preference to the biological father under the US Supreme Court decision of Stanley v. Illinois. If a child like Dannielynn is conceived in the US but brought to the Bahamas, then it is up to the biological father to rebut the presumption of legal parentage by requesting discretionary blood testing. http://web.archive.org/web/20160221151925/http://www.nycdivorcelawyer.net/nyc_divorce_articles.php?entry_id=204 --2602:304:CDCD:1B80:5DB7:9835:1B00:DE12 (talk) 21:20, 2 March 2017 (UTC)
- Dear editor, While I empathize with much of the above, it is not encyclopedic content. Wikipedia is not an advocacy site. Asking "Is it fair..." in a Wikipedia article signals the agenda driven content you have added. Articles should be informative and not vehicles for reform, no matter how good the cause. Please feel free to add content that is neutral and well referenced from reliable sources especially in highly emotive topics such as child custody. Best wishes. Jschnur (talk) 22:08, 2 March 2017 (UTC)
Please comment on Chris Capoccia
We are having the same problems with Wikipedian Chris Capoccia's bibliographic edits that you had cited months ago for a different but similar edit. These repeated edit efforts are on Emily Ying Yang Chan, an article I've been watching carefully. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_talk:Chris_Capoccia MaynardClark (talk) 20:28, 5 March 2017 (UTC)
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