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Old 10-21-2011, 10:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Tayken View Post
"Full joint custody in the model/mode of parallel parenting" still works in the situation where "no cooperation is possible".

There is a significant logical problem to the argument presented by any parent making this claim that cooperation is not possible.

1. Demonstrating this takes a significant amount of cogent evidence. Just stating it based on "emotional reasoning" and "emotional facts" doesn't generally fly with most judges.

2. The parent raising the argument (as identified in many decisions) may in fact be the uncooperative party. A cooperative parent DOES NOT state that cooperation is not possible. They try to cooperate, present options, and despite everything works towards their children's "best interests". They don't use it as an argument for custody.

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Tayken
Exactly but shared is different ... that actually were I got OCL confused