Four recent videos, Hague & kids can’t meet one parent

Posted on February 26, 2012. Filed under: Child Custody and Visitation, Hague Convention | Tags: , , , |

More stories and more news programs are popping up these days.  Japan is moving toward signing the Hague. Unfortunately, they have already built in loopholes so that no children will have to be returned from Japan to their habitual residence.  Parents within Japan are also working hard to get legislation passed that will allow children to meet with both parents.  The media has been covering more stories related to these issues. While these stories are often a bit slanted they are never the less making it into the news. More people are slowly becoming aware of the problems surrounding the family courts and their ineffectiveness to deal with custody issues. Below are 4 links, 2 focus on the Hague and the other 2 are related to kids not being able to see both parents.

TBSFeb/2012

hague FNN Feb/2012

kodomo ni aenai

NHK LBP Jan/2012

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I pray for the day that I can meet my son, without his Mother interfering with a Loving Father who dearly misses his son and wants to be a part of his life. I stay in Japan only to be near my son in which, I have no rights. I miss my family in the states. I hope Japan changes it’s law soon.

Tim Johnston Japan
Kai Endo Japan


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