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Luxembourg Conference on Shared Parenting Law – 25 April 2016 | CARLIER, MARIQUE, CLAEYS, HUBERTY, RICHETTE, HETTO-GAASCH

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“Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything” – judge Marie-France CARLIER citing George Bernard SHAW during the Conference held in Luxembourg on April 25th, 2016 about Shared Parenting Law in Belgium.

 

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Luxembourg Conference 25.04.2016-

– Shared Parenting Law in Belgium

On 25 April 2016 a Conference on Shared Parenting Law in Belgium took place in Luxembourg. Guest speakers from Belgium included judge Marie-France CARLIER (Dinant, Belgium), Me Bee MARIQUE, lawyer (Dinant, Belgium)  Michel CLAEYS, psychologist (Charleroi, Belgium). Guests invited to the conference included numerous influential individuals from the Luxembourg legal system judge RICHETTE, judge HUBERTY, numerous attorneys practicing family law, politicians and  other prominent figures from Luxembourg. During the conference a references have been made to Ms. Françoise HETTO-GAASCH, Luxembourg politician (CSV), former Minister of Equal Rights between Woman & Men, past and present member of the Luxembourg Parliament and initiator of the Council of Europe Resolution (CE Resolution 2079/15). 

The purpose of the conference as well as the panel discussion focused on raising awareness of the importance of SHARED PARENTING AS THE MOST EFFECTIVE MODEL ASSURING EMOTIONAL STABILITY OF A CHILD AND THE ONLY SOLUTION PROTECTING THE KIDS BY REMOVING POSSIBILITY FOR EITHER PARENT TO USE THEM AS AN INSTRUMENT OF BLACKMAIL FOLLOWING SEPARATION OF PARENTS. BEHAVIOR THAT IN SEVERE CASES CAN LEAD TO PARENTAL ALIENATION (PA) AND DRASTIC EMOTIONAL ABUSE OF CHILDREN.

Belgium introduced 50/50 Shared Parenting – Alternating Residence in 2006. It took Luxembourg over 10 years to come to conclusion and introduce changes in Code Civil to protect children and their well-being after separation of parents. On November 1st, 2017 Luxembourg introduced changes to stop violation of constitutional and legal rights of non-married fathers who prior to 20017 were denied parental authority unless married.

The new law now also allows introduction of 50/50 Shared Parenting – Alternating Residence in the best interest of children. Before the model was only possible if both parents agreed. The changes have been introduced and 50/50 Shared Parenting – Alternating Residence is possible but in Luxembourg only as an option and NOT as THE DEFAULT LAW. Leaving plenty of room for the new law to be misused by those in charge of custody proceedings with gender bias approach following feminist toxic ideology.

The years following the above mentioned conference show that George Bernard SHAW’s words cited by judge Marie-France CARLIER cannot be more precise. Currently 50/50 Shared Parenting – Alternating Residence is still rarely introduced in Luxembourg. Changing law and making it to be an option is often not enough as it seems changing the set of mind is far more complex and challenging.

There are number of Luxembourg judges and lawyers present during the above-mentioned conference. Luxembourg has plenty to learn from Belgium Colleagues. This goes equally for some of the judges from Luxembourg Family Courts and lawyers who in the name of ideology when representing mothers seem to remain immune to over 40 years of scientific and psychological evidence based on empirical studies confirming that:

50/50 EQUAL SHARED PARENTING – ALTERNATING RESIDENCE IS ALSO HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BECAUSE IT REDUCES AND OFTEN ENDS CONFLICT BETWEEN PARENTS DURING SEPARATION AND AFTER DIVORCE.

Please sign FAD Petition to help 50/50 Shared Parenting – Alternating Residence become a rule and a starting point for all custody hearings in Luxembourg just as it has been in many modern countries in EU including Belgium and Denmark.

Lët’z Make Equal Shared Parenting – ”Résidence Alternée” THE DEFAULT LAW in Luxembourg.

Council of Europe Resolution – CE Resolution 2079/15.

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