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Legislative Update and SB186! – Contact your State Senator

Legislative Update and SB186! – Contact your State Senator

SB186, Child Custody Bill on the Move!!!

Lawmakers are home on their two-week spring break, until April 4th. There is no better time than now to visit with them, call them, email them – and let them know to VOTE YES for SB186! 
Click here for the names, telephone numbers and email addresses of Senate members.

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VOTE “YES” on Senate Bill 186 (SB186) with the attached amendments
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SB186 – Senator Larry Stutts (R-Sheffield)
Senate Bill (SB) 186, the Children’s Equal Access Act, passed in the Senate Judiciary Committee March 15, 2017 and could be up for a floor vote in the Senate April 4, 2017.

  • The Children’s Equal Access Act, SB 186 incorporates the latest scientific research and creates a rebuttable presumption of equal (50%) or approximately equal (35%) parenting time between both fit parents.
  • SB 186 also comes as a result of surveying and consulting other experienced attorneys and judges in this field of practice; members of the Alabama Law Institute Family Law Standing Committee, Alabama Family Rights Association Advisory committee, and state executive and local branches of government proclamations calling on community and state leaders to support shared parenting because of its benefits for children.

You can read the bill in its entirety here.

  • The enclosed comparison chart and scientific literature irrefutably reflect SB 186 as the best child custody legislation, thus resulting in better outcomes for children.

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Together, we will make a difference, but we have to let our voices and concerns be heard in Montgomery.

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