|Our fundamental mission statement:-|
Japanese Family Court laws need amending in order to uphold
and enforce the fundamental birthright that a child has regular,
meaningful access to BOTH of his or her parents."
Agree with the above statement?
Click here to sign our petition! -
447 people already agree - please add your name;
see the list (click
here), print it out and send it to your nearest family court
in Japan and make them realise SIMPLE reform is necessary to ensure
children of divorced parents TRULY have their best interests met.
Currently, the family courts of Japan are not doing their job!!
Reform simply means enforcing their court orders.
With the continuing drop in the birth rate in Japan (and marriage
rate) - surely it's wise to encourage people to marry and have children
by letting them know they will always have their rights of a parent
met regardless of divorce. As it stands, marriage is risky given
the divorce rate and lack of support from the family courts in Japan
- no wonder people are having less children in Japan if there are
no guarantees of fulfilling the role of being a parent - the first
parent to have custody of the child(ren) will win overall fulltime
custody by the family court and the non-custodial parent will likely
never see their child(ren) meaningfully again. Given that, currently
it could be said that the drop in the birth-rate in Japan is partly
a result of the Draconian family laws of Japan (amongst other reasons).
In the long run, Japan will suffer economically and socially by