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Children's Rights 

Children, whose divorcing parents are involved in a custody dispute, should have the right

Not to be asked to choose sides

Not to be told the nasty details of the legal proceedings

Not to be told "bad things" about the other parent

Not to be quizzed about the other parent

Not to be used as a messenger between parents

Not to be asked to tell lies about the other parent

Not to be a parent's legal confidant

To express their feelings and to choose not to express certain feelings

To be shielded from parental "warfare"

Not to feel guilty for loving both parents

Source: Parent Education and Custody Effectiveness

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