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Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s) / Divorce decrees
|Spanish term or phrase: Relaciones Paterno Filiales|
|Relaciones Paterno Filiales|
Se establecen las relaciones paterno filiales de la siguiente forma:
Tal y como estipulado en la petición.
Ninguna parte podrá sacar al (los) menor (res) fuera de Puerto Rico sin el consentimiento de la otra parte o del Tribunal.
Just need a good way to phrase this.
|English translation:Parent-child contact|
This is part of a Court order defining how the parents and child have contact after a divorce. "Contact" is the term widely used by Courts in EN speaking jurisdictions.
Parent-Child Contact Schedules After Divorce | Article
22-MAR-05 - There seems to be a widespread belief in Australia that where ... Parent Child Contact Schedules Divorce There seems to be Parent Child Contact Schedules ...
Walzer & Melcher LLP - The Interplay of Statutes on Parental Rights, Responsibilities, and Parent/Child Contact
and Parent/Child Contact. IV. CUSTODY MODIFICATION PROCEEDINGS. A. ... Children can be Weapons in Post-Divorce Wars," ABA Journal, June 1, 1988, at 20. ...
www.california-divorce.com/parental/parentalrts6.html - 68k - Cached
PARENT-CHILD ASSISTED ACCESS PROGRAM
... most poignantly in the rampant divorce rate that has been escalating steadily ... in transition to normalize parent child contact by empowering the members ...
sympatico.ca/dabate/divorce/PARENT-CHILD_ASSISTED_ACCESS-ARTICLE.htm - 67k - Cached
Supervised Parent/Child Contact
An ideologue exposes her ugly compulsion to deny children's access to ... abuse allegations made by women who want to have the upper hand in divorce cases. ...
www.fathermag.com/news/1798-supervised-contact.shtml - 40k - Cached
Child contact - Chapter - Publications - Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS)(PDF)
The power of the HILDA survey for research into parent–child contact is that it ... far more likely to participate in divorce research than those less-involved (the ...
www.aifs.gov.au/institute/pubs/resreport9/ch9.pdf - 106k - View as html
ESRC Society Today - Private Arrangements for Parent-Child Contact
... to maintain contact with children including after separation or divorce. ... research briefing 'Private Arrangement for Parent-Child Contact' (PDF, 235KB) ...
esrc.ac.uk/ESRCInfoCentre/about/CI/events/esrcseminar/private.aspx?... - 20k - Cached
Vermont Child Custody Laws
... physical living arrangements, parent child contact, education, medical and ... If your divorce is uncontested, we would love to guide you through the process ...
www.helpyourselfdivorce.com/vermont-child-custody-laws.html - 13k - Cached
Child contact with non-resident parents(PDF)
... in England and Wales experienced parental divorce, 68% of them ... topic as it concerns parent-child contact. ... seeking a divorce or legal separation ...
www.family-justice-council.org.uk/docs/child_contact.pdf - 116k - View as html
Children and Parent Separation
There is an adjustment period for ... The time between parent-child contact, whether person to person or by phone or ... Home / Divorce Guide / State Resources ...
www.womansdivorce.com/children-and-parent-separation.html - 19k - Cached
Parent-child contact and post-separation parenting arrangements - Research report - Australian Institute of Family ... (PDF)
Parent–child contact after divorce continues to attract much ... the Parent–Child Contact ... States, Melli (1999) has argued that research into parent–child ...
www.aifs.gov.au/institute/pubs/resreport9/main.pdf - 941k - View as html
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To discover more specifics about how parent-child relations are effected by divorce, choose one of the factors below. Age, gender, parent's perspective, ...
www.crnjapan.com/pas/en/paper05.html - 13k - Cached - Similar pages - Note this
[PDF] Pre-divorce Factors Related to Post-divorce Father-child ...File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML
A prospective study of parental divorce and parent-child. relationships. ... Parental pre-divorce relations and offspring post-divorce ...
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"Paterno" does not refer to "father" but to "parent", including both mother and father. Please check the following references and you will see that it is a relationship involving "both" parents, not just the father.
Tatiana Pérez García, Licenciada en Psicología, y Roberto Pereira Tercero, médico psiquiatra, (revista federación española de asociaciones de terapia familiar. Diciembre 2006 (3er cuatrimestre) cuarta época número 36) definen la violencia paterno filial, ejercida por niños, jóvenes o adolescentes en apariencia “normalizados”,
como aquella serie de conductas reiteradas de violencia física, verbal y no verbal dirigida a los padres , que no se realizan en un estado de disminución de la conciencia producida por una intoxicación, un trastorno del curso o contenido del pensamiento o un síndrome orgánico.
A Google-search resulted in 2.360.000 hits in favor of parent-child against some 280.000 for father-child.
Different Types of Parent-Child Relationships
Authors: Lynette C. Magaña with Judith A. Myers-Walls and Dee Love
There are different kinds of attachment relationships that can be put into different categories. These categories can describe children’s relationships with both parents and childcare providers. Research has found that there are at least four attachment categories. The categories describe the ways that children act and the ways that adults act with the children. The strongest kind of attachment is called 'secure.' The way a parent or provider responds a child may lead to one of the four types of attachment categories. The way a child is attached to her parents also affects how she will behave around others when her parent is not around.
Tell your child you love him every day -- no matter his age. Even on trying days or after a parent-child disagreement, when you don't exactly "like your child" at that moment, it is more important than ever to express your love. A simple "I love you" goes a long way toward developing and then strengthening a relationship.
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