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"The custody of a child can be decided in a few minutes on the criteria of a lottery"

2023-03-30T08:25:39.017Z


INTERVIEW – In his book "Why so much hatred?", journalist Briac Trébert takes stock of our family justice. Between frustration, lack of information and victimization, the picture is not cheerful. There are ways to resolve conflicts between parents.


Family justice is suffocating, procedures that are too long and too numerous are clogging up the courts.

In Toulouse, several months are needed to obtain a divorce judgment.

On the one hand, fathers complain of being deprived of their children, on the other, women denounce massive unpaid alimony.

In his rich investigation

Why so much hatred?

(Éditions Ouest-France, 2023), journalist Briac Trébert suggests solutions to put an end to this “

war of the sexes.

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- On March 4, 2002, Minister Ségolène Royal voted for “the law allowing a judge to fix joint custody”.

She said she wanted to "revalue the role of fathers" but not to do so "against women".

Twenty years later, you note with disappointment that during a separation

"

the war of the sexes when the children are at stake is always at the same point or almost

".

What do you designate as “the war of the sexes”?

Briac Trebert.

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Since the beginning of the 2010s, each year, more than 200,000 minor children are faced with the breakdown of their parents' union.

What I see is that the discourse on co-parenting, defended by Ségolène Royal in 2002, is no longer carrying.

In 2017, the High Council in…

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