We hold these truths to be self-evident that all children in the United States are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights among which are the right to life, happiness, and the security of frequent contact & love by both of their parents regardless of their parent's marital status.
Article 1. All children have the right to, openly and without fear of any kind, be able to express their love and affection for both their parents equally.
Article 2. All children have the right to never be blamed in any way for their parent's divorce or separation.
Article 3. All children have the right to feel secure and loved by both parents and to be cared for properly both emotionally and financially.
Article 4. All children have the right to be listed to and accepted as a child with feelings and needs.
Article 5. All children have the right to be informed of important decisions affecting them and why those decisions were made in an age-appropriate manner.
Article 6. All children have the right to never be placed in the awkward position of having to choose between either of their parents or to be made to take sides for or against either parent.
Article 7. All children have the right to be able to heal properly, without undue stress and suffering from the hurt, pain and anger that often accompanies a divorce or separation of their parents.
Article 8. All children have the right to be properly educated about divorce and separation to help understand that their parents are human too and that the adults are also experiencing personal hurt, anger and pain regarding a divorce or separation.
Article 9. All children have the right to remain active in both of their parent's lives and to have as much physical and emotional contact with each parent as reasonably possible.
Article 10. All children have the right to be loved by both of their parents unconditionally.