The Children's Bill of Rights in Divorce
1. The right to love and be loved by both parents without feeling guilt or disapproval.
2. The right to be protected from parents who are angry with each other.
3. The right to be kept out of the middle of parental conflict, including the right not to pick sides, carry messages, or hear complaints about the other parent.
4. The right not to have to choose one parent over the other.
5. The right not to have to be responsible for the burden of either of parental emotional problems.
6. The right to know well in advance about important changes that will affect the child's life; for example, when a parent is going to move or get remarried.
7. The right to reasonable financial support during childhood and through college.
8. The right to have feelings, to express feelings, and to have both parents listen to those feelings.
9. The right to have a life that is a close as possible to what it would have been if there had been no divorce.
10. The right to be a kid.