National Parents Organization Making the News

July 30, 2015
By Robert Franklin, Esq, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization

In that same vein, here’s a list of recent articles, appearances and quotes by NPO board members and volunteers. As usual, NPO is at the forefront of the campaign to raise awareness of the importance of shared parenting.

July 1, 2015. Hartford Courant, “New Study: ‘Shared Parenting’ is Best for Kids After Divorce” (Quotes National Parents Organization)

July 2, 2015. New York Daily News"How to tell your kids you’re getting divorced" (Quotes National Parents Organization)

July 16, 2015. WAQY Bax & O’Brien Mornings, “Ned Holstein Founder and Chair of the National Parents Organization”

July 16, 2015. iHeartRadio Talk Radio KNRS 105.7 FM & 570 AM “Rod Arquette Show,” “Ned Holstein, Founder and Board Chair of the National Parents Organization, joins Rod” (Interviews National Parents Organization)

July 17, 2015. The Legal Intelligencer, “Pa. Families Deserve Reduced Conflict in Family Courts,” By Stephen Meehan (National Parents Organization)

July 20, 2015. WINA 1070 NewsRadio, “Morning News Weekends: Christian Paasch(Interviews National Parents Organization)

July 20, 2015. WHMP 1400 AM, “National Parents Organization’s Ned Holstein speaks on Massachusetts Child-Centered Family Law” (Interviews National Parents Organization) Listen to inverview.

July 22, 2015. WWLP 22 News, “More than 50 state lawmakers support child custody law reform” (Interviews National Parents Organization)

July 23, 2015., “ ‘I’m out of money, and I’m out of hope’ ” (Quotes National Parents Organization)

July 23, 2015. Leesburg Today, “Virginia must join shared parenting movement to best serve children,” By Christopher Nelson (National Parents Organization)

Particularly with many state legislatures no longer in session, keeping the issue of family court reform before the public and policy-makers is vital and NPO is doing just that.

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