Benefits of the Fair Parenting Project

The Fair Parenting Model Offers a Multitude of Benefits for all Members of our Community

Compare the current system of every set of separating parents inventing their own schedule:

1. The benefits of the Fair Parenting Plan

2. Sports and Fair Parenting

3. The Legal Profession and Fair Parenting

4. The Community and Fair Parenting

 

Children benefit from the Fair Parenting schedule because:

  1. They have an easy schedule to follow.
  2. They are never long away from either parent.
  3. Children get to consistently enjoy activities and relationship with each parent.
  4. Their parents fight less.
  5. Children raised in shared parenting arrangements have a reduced risk for mental health issues as adults compared to children raised by a single parent.
  6. Children are saved from the tremendous stress and confusion involved in custody and access litigation.
  7. Children can consistently participate in weekly activities fostering growth in skills, friendships and community and improving self-esteem.
  8. Children avoid the strife and embarrassment of parental conflict.

Parents benefit from the Fair Parenting schedule because:

  1. They have an easy schedule to follow.
  2. The schedule lets each parent have consistent time with their children allowing the parent to:
  • Schedule the children in weekly activities without concern for the other parent's schedule.
  • Arrange babysitting that is consistent each week.
  • Arrange their childcare and employment schedule in a consistent manner. 
  1. The schedule lets each parent have consistent time without children allowing the parent to:
  • Take night classes to advance their education
  • Join social, community or sports groups
  • Schedule work consistently without weekly rotations and changes 
  1. Parents who have shared custody instead of being single parents having higher standards of living, attain more advanced education and are generally happier.
  2. Parents save themselves from the tremendous waste of resources involved in custody and access litigation.