Family Bill of Rights

  • Each child has the right to have two homes where he or she is cherished and given the opportunity to develop normally.

  • Each child has the right to a meaningful, nurturing relationship with each parent.

  • Each parent and child has the right to call themselves a family regardless of how the children’s time is divided.

  • Each parent has the responsibility and right to contribute to the raising of his or her child.

  • Each child has the right to have competent parents and to be free from hearing, observing, or being part of their parent’s arguments or problems with one another.

  • Each parent has the right to his or her own private life and territory and to raise the children without unreasonable interference from the other parent.

Isolina Ricci - Author: Mom’s House, Dad’s House