New parental rights bill finally approved. See FULL TEXT.
This gives a presumption of equal parenting rights and time in TEMPORARY orders. Question: Does it apply to permanent custody and timesharing?
What about parents who have provided majority of custody?
While the law spells out that there is a rebuttable presumption, it does not say what is necessary to rebut that presumption.
The law states the burden of proof on the party opposing, but not the standard of what is necessary to rebut.
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