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Monday, February 7, 2011

House Bills Of Interest For 2011 In Regards To Parental Rights

Here are some upcoming House Bills that are being proposed in New Hampshire this year in regards to parental rights.  

You can write a letter to the members of the NH Children and Family Law Committee at  CFL@leg.state.nh.us identifying why you support the bill.  The full text of each bill can be found at http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/house/committees/HouseBillsInCommittee.aspx?code\

 HB 380 exempting the commission on the status of men from repeal on June 30, 2011 and adding a duty to the commission.  (HB 380 is in the EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND ADMINISTRATION and not C&FL)

HB 435 establishing a committee to study joint parenting decisions.

HB 415 relative to access to abuse and neglect investigation records pending a
child custody dispute.

HB 395 establishing a child protection study committee.

CACR9 relating to parental rights. Providing that the state shall not abridge the responsibility of parents for the health, education, and welfare of their children.

HB512 relative to education requirements for certification as a guardian ad litem.

HB563 revising the child support guidelines based on foster care reimbursement rates.

HB587 relative to grounds for divorce for persons with minor children.

HB597 revising the child support guidelines based on an income shares model of calculating child support.

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