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Rinaldo Del Gallo III

Don't leave fathers out of custody cases

By Rinaldo Del Gallo III
March 11, 2008

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DIVORCED FATHERS and their children deserve a better deal than they're getting from the courts. A shared parenting bill in the state House would create a "rebuttable presumption" - that as long as both parents are fit and it is practical, both parents are entitled to equal custody of the children. Currently, custody almost always goes solely to the mother ... (Full article: 662 words)

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