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June 16, 2016
By: Ned Holstein, MD, MS Founder and Chair of the Board, National Parents Organization

National Parents Organization is proud to announce a groundbreaking event that you will want to attend. Together with the International Council on Shared Parenting, we will organize the “International Conference on Shared Parenting 2017.”

Please reserve May 29-32, 2017 for this stunning conference, which will be held at the Westin Copley Place Hotel in Boston. It will feature the rock stars of shared parenting research from throughout the world, including Malin Bergstrom (Sweden), Sanford Braver (USA), William Fabricius (USA), Edward Kruk (Canada), Michael Lamb (UK), Linda Nielsen (USA), Patrick Parkinson (Australia) and Richard Warshak (USA).

Each of these luminaries has already committed to presenting their research findings concerning shared parenting at the 2017 conference.

In addition, there will be break-out sessions for those who seek answers from top-flight family law attorneys on common family law problems.

To receive updates on this conference as further details emerge, please go to
NPO-ICSP2017.org. Registering at that website is free and implies no commitment- it simply means that you will be kept informed of new developments.

This will be the most exciting conference on the research on shared parenting to be held in many, many years. It will provide you with the information you will need in your own shared parenting litigation. Our Media Relations firm will be working hard to publicize it, so it will make an impact in the public sphere as well as in the research community.

I look forward to seeing you May 29-31, 2017 at the Westin Copley Place Hotel in Boston. Stay tuned for details at NPO-ICSP2017.org

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