Browsing Archives of Author »Peter Tromp MSc«

Sign the petition in support of the Canadian Equal Parenting Bill C-422

April 16, 2010


SUPPORT CANADIAN BILL C-422 EQUAL PARENTING Canada – Causes – April 2010 Sign this petition at the bottom of: We are attempting to get Canadians to sign this petition in support of reforming The Divorce Act by passing private members Bill C-422 and implementing the default position of rebuttable for equal shared parenting in […]

Évaluation de l’instauration de l’hébergement égalitaire dans le cadre d’un divorce ou d’une séparation en Belgique (Université de Liège, Langue Francais)

March 2, 2010


Résumé : Évaluation de l’instauration de l’hébergement égalitaire dans le cadre d’un divorce ou d’une séparation Sous la coordination de : Marie‐Thérèse Casman Chargée de recherche : Angèle César Avec la collaboration de : Dounia Chaoui Charline Waxweiler Recherche commanditée par le Secrétariat d’État Belgique à la Politique des Familles Belgique, Université de Liège, Panel […]

Australia’s Shared Parenting Experiment (Whiston, 2009)

September 13, 2009


An overview of marriage, divorce and the new custody laws in Australia By Robert Whiston FRSA, Sept 13th 2009 Every English speaking country around the globe has been trying for years to reach the point now achieved by Australia, namely the enacting of ‘shared parenting’. The goal is to make matters a little more equitable […]

Benefits of Post-Divorce Shared Parenting (Tromp, 2009)

January 3, 2009


Benefits of post-divorce shared parenting and the situation in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany Presentation by Peter Tromp MSc, child and educational psychologist [1], President of the Father Knowledge Centre Europe (FKCE) and Chair of the Dutch Foundation for Children, Access and Equal Parenting (Stichting Kind en Omgangsrecht) at the International Conference on Family and […]

After divorce, kids need both parents (Arndt, 2003)

August 29, 2003


Source: Australia – The Age – Bettina Arndt – Staff columnist – August 29, 2003 Children are distressed by divorce. Contact with both parents should start immediately after separation, writes Bettina Arndt. By Bettina Arndt Constant exposure to the antics of the small group of seriously warring parents who end up in the Family Court […]

Child Adjustment in Joint Custody Versus Sole Custody Arrangements: A Meta Analytic Review (Bauserman, 2002)

March 24, 2002


APA Press release: Children likely to be better adjusted in joint vs sole custody arrangements in most cases, according to review of research Living Situation Not As Influential As Time Spent With Parent American Psychological Association – Press release – Date: March 24, 2002 Contact: Pam Willenz Public Affairs Office (202) 336-5707 WASHINGTON – Children […]

Dwelling Choices for Divorce Children (Tornstam, 1996)

March 1, 1996


By Lars Tornstam [1] Table of Contents Dwelling Choices for Divorce Children (Separationsbarns boende) Distinctions and Methodologies Early Research on Caring for Offspring The Effects of Divorce on Children The consequences of different forms of care on children Boys and Girls Sole Parenting versus shared parenting What do children think? Visiting fathers and fathers with […]