October 30, 2018 Spectrum News 1 "New Law for Shared Parenting in Kentucky" Matt Hale, National Parents Organization of Kentucky
October 23, 2018 The Virginian-Pilot "Custody law should value what's best for children" Christian Paasch, National Parents Organization of Virginia
October 12, 2018 The Columbus Dispatch "Letter: Gender wars hurt children of divorce" Petra Maxwell, National Executive Director, National Parents Organization
"NPO has worked tirelessly to promote true shared parenting of children when parents live apart.
"The women leaders of NPO want to make clear that this issue is not “boys vs. girls” or “moms vs. dads.” To try to cast it as a skirmish in the gender wars is to diminish its significance and ultimately hurts children, which no reasonable person would want."
September 26, 2018 Oldham Era "Landmark law has Oldham County roots" National Parents Organization of Kentucky
September 27, 2018 The Standard Examiner "Guest opinion: Suicide prevention efforts should include creating positive family environments" Dan Deuel National Parents Organization of Utah
September 26, 2018 The Columbus Dispatch "Ohio family courts compound damage of divorce" Don Hubin, National Parents Organization of Ohio
September 4, 2018 WUKY "Poll Shows Shared Parenting Law Popular Among Kentuckians"
August 26, 2018 The Daily Independent "Shared parenting law well-received"
August 28, 2018 The Daily Independent "Shared parenting law long overdue"
September 16, 2018 Fox News Online "Divorce is Hard Enough on Our Children- Why Are Our Courts Making it Worse?" Don Hubin, National Parents Organization of Ohio
September 10, 2018 Public News Service "Report Reveals "Mad Men" Approach to Child Custody in Ohio" Don Hubin, National Parents Organization of Ohio
August 29, 2018 The Mountain Advocate "The most popular law Kentucky passed this year" Matt Hale, National Parents Organization of Kentucky
August 29, 2018 The Mountain Advocate "Polls in for new Kentucky shared parenting law"
August 20, 2018 Houston Chronicle "We the people want shared parenting post-divorce" Robert Franklin, National Board of Directors
August 10, 2018 St. Louis Post Dispatch "Child separation issues go well beyond the border" Christian Paasch, National Parents Organization of Virginia
July 24, 2018. Boston Globe: "Outdated parenting law is overdue for change"
July 19, 2018. Cincinnati Enquirer: "Black fathers benefit from Ky.'s new joint custody law," Jason Griffith, Minority Outreach Coordinator for NPO Kentucky
July 3, 2018. The Daily Caller, "REMEMBER THE PARENTING CHALLENGES OF MILITARY PERSONNEL AS YOU CELEBRATE JULY 4TH," By Rob Holdsworth, Kentucky Liaison for Fathers' Rights Movement
June 15, 2018. Roanoke Times, Virginia, "New law helps children celebrate Father’s Day in new ways," By Christian Paasch, National Parents Organization Of Virginia
June 15, 2018. Louisville Courier-Journal, Kentucky, "Kentucky takes a leading role with the nation's best joint-custody law," By Matt Hancock, National Parents Organization Of Kentucky
June 16, 2018. RT America interviews Ned Holstein, National Parents Organization
The full broadcast can be viewed here with Holstein appearing at the 14-minute mark.
June 15, 2018. USA Today, "Kids love their parents, 'and they’re terrified to lose either of them,' quotes Ned Holstein, National Parents Organization
A movement is growing toward shared parenting or at least collegial “co-parenting” that recognizes the importance of having two parents in children's lives. And in states like Virginia and Kentucky, legislation was recently passed to encourage joint custody.
May 26, 2018. SuperTalk Radio/92.9FM/WFHG, "Virginia Passes Shared Parenting," Interviews Christian Paasch, National Parents Organization of Virginia
May 29, 2018. The Virginian-Pilot, "When Parents Split, New Virginia Law Will Make it Easier to Get Joint Custody," Quotes Christian Paasch, National Parents Organization of Virginia
Some of her clients think the courts favor mothers over fathers. Some mothers think their chances of getting custody are slim because they don’t make enough money.