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Clean Law Releases a U.S. Policy to Sustain Families


Author and social enterprise entrepreneur, Aaron W. Wemple has announced the upcoming release of “2020 Family Bill - Sustaining Our Future.” The book is set to be released on April 27, 2019 at Clean Law’s Peace Love Grapes table at the Earth Day Festival to be held in St. Louis at Forest Park. The book thoughtfully explores critical issues surrounding family sustainability.

St. Louis, MO, April 21, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Author Aaron W. Wemple Announces the Release of a New Policy Initiative Aimed at Family Sustainability.

Author and social enterprise entrepreneur, Aaron W. Wemple has announced the upcoming release of “2020 Family Bill - Sustaining Our Future.” The book is set to be released on April 27, 2019 at Clean Law’s Peace Love Grapes table at the Earth Day Festival to be held in St. Louis at Forest Park.

Wemple’s book thoughtfully explores critical issues surrounding family sustainability, especially focusing on challenges parents must overcome in the court systems in regards to parental rights and custody during divorce, abuse and other child welfare proceedings. So often, Wemple argues, the world of family law focuses more on mechanisms versus actual parenting skills. Because of this, the results are punitive and adversarial, resulting in the cannibalization of the family.

With these challenges in mind, Wemple proposes that both parents and courts take more sustainable approaches in dealing with family law. By implementing platforms that allow parents and caregivers to more fully understand the family court system and give them a way to document family dynamics through contracts, child safety forms and other documentation. Wemple argues a massive shift can occur by helping make families more sustainable and able to work together in the best interests of the children involved.

“I often wonder what the world of family law would be like if it acted more like the popular singing or dancing competitions we see on television,” said Wemple. “Dancers and singers are judged by their abilities, and those whose abilities are best win. Why can’t family court take such an approach, judging the parenting abilities and awarding those who parent best with the rewards of custody and care? The process would be fairer and more conducive of a growth-mindset for all parties involved, with even the losing party getting valuable feedback to grow and become better.”

Wemple explores these new constructs of family sustainability and family law practice and more in “2020 Family Bill - Sustaining Our Future.”

To learn more about the 2020 Family Bill initiative and other sustainable family practices Aaron Wemple has championed, visit Amazon or cleanlaw dot today.
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