S.B. 122 just passed! So what? Joint equal physical custody.
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§ 30-3-35.2, §30-3-35.2. Equal parent-time schedule, 30-3-35.2, ability to assist, actively involved, after school care, assistance with homework, bath time, bedtime for the child, caring for the child, child's life, child's school, child’s best interest, demonstrated responsibility, distance, each parent, effectively facilitate, equal, equal custody, equal parent-time, equal parent-time schedule, extracurricular activities, factors, flexibility of employment, geographic distance, health of each parent, health of parent, health of the child, history and ability to implement a flexible schedule for the child, involvement in child care, joint custody, joint equal custody, meal preparation, parent's bond with the child, physical facilities of each parent's residence, presence, provide appropriate playtime, relevant, residence, s.b. 122, Subsection 30-3-10(6), Utah code, volunteer efforts
S.B. 122 (4th Substitute) passed by the Utah State Legislature March 5, 2021! Who should care and why? The elephant in the room is this: if there is no gender bias/sexual discrimination that is preventing fit, able, worthy fathers from…