Our Mission

Shared Parenting Council of Connecticut (SPC) strives to give children the opportunity to have easy and equal access to their parents during times of divorce or custody issues through public education, judicial reform, and policy initiatives.

SPC works with the Connecticut state legislature, the family court system, nonprofit groups, lobbying groups, private organizations, and concerned citizens to promote change in Connecticut’s legal and regulatory system. SPC promotes active involvement of both parents—both quality and quantity of time—in the lives of their children.

Because of the challenges faced by children, parents, and the state during a contentious custody negotiations, SPC seeks “PRESUMED JOINT PHYSICAL CUSTODY” for children, where  both parents are fit. This twenty-first century approach to custody will help create a pathway to improved parenting and enriched childhoods.

Children Naturally Love and Need Both Parents

2 thoughts on “Our Mission

  1. Good afternoon. I believe I may have seen a billboard that was promoting presumption of equal parenting. I’ve worked the past twelve years with iHeartMedia and our major iHeartradio stations like Country 92.5, River 105.9, ESPN Radio and KC 101 to name a few. I’m also a divorced father fortunate enough to have equal custody and I understand firsthand the importance of the issue for which you advocate. I’d like to meet with your marketing person to gain more insight into specific campaign goals and share with you some ideas of how I can help you heighten awareness of your cause with on-air, online and grass roots marketing. My phone number is 860-882-9366. I’d welcome a phone call or email. Thanks, Skip Collins

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