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BARCIA LEHMANN, Rodrigo. POWERS AND JOINT CUSTODY RESPECT TO CHILDREN: A COMPARATIVE LAW PERSPECTIVE. RDUCN [online]. 2013, vol.20, n.1, pp.21-60. ISSN 0718-9753.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-97532013000100002.

The legal systems have evolved from powers and rights assigned exclusively to one parent related to the best interest of the child to establish as a general rule to share powers and rights. It has led to the expulsion of the different legal systems the maternal preference and to establish mechanisms that in an equal way, it will allow fathers, despite their separation, to participate in the development of their children actively. Our legal system, as designed at present, does not allow to establish powers and rights by agreement between the parents, for instance the functions of personal care or parental authority. In accordance to this nonsense, the Reform that is currently being discussed in Congress about personal care is a significant step towards a system of shared powers and rights between separated parents, however, the Reformation does not establish in an open way the possibility that the judge decreed personal care with opposition of one of the parents.

Palabras clave : powers and shared affiliation rights; maternal preference rule; joint custody.

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