Are family law courts biased against men?

  14 Comments MEN GETTING A BAD DEAL: A prominent Family law expert believes men are not getting a fair hearing in divorce matters. Candyboximages   Related Items OPINION: Is the Family Law Court unfair to men? Solicitor supported on claims of bias in Family Law Court   IS OUR family law system unfair to […]

Stop stacking the legal deck against dads

Jasmine Hernandez, New York Post http://nypost.com/2015/06/18/stop-stacking-the-legal-deck-against-dads/

  Photo: Shutterstock As a family-law attorney, it’s been my passion to meet fathers who exhibit the unyielding desire to win custody — or, at the very least, enforce their visitation and decision-making rights in the lives of their children after divorce. This Sunday, there will be many men spending Father’s Day without the ability […]

Fatherlessness linked to increased risk of child abuse

by Augusto Zimmermann News Weekly, January 31, 2015

For years, fathers’ groups have complained that restraining orders, intended as a shield against domestic violence, are often misused by unscrupulous pseudo-victims and over-zealous courts.[1] However, whenever these groups request that fathers should have more time to spend with their children after divorce, feminist groups argue that those children will be exposed to more violence.[2] […]

The Tommaso Vincenti Case: His Daughter Speaks Out

by Robert Franklin, National Parents Organization

Remember this… Four girls taken away from their loving Italian father, Tommaso Vincenti and brought to Australia, by the mother who stopped at nothing to cheat and lie her way home. She lied to the Australian Embassy and they fell for her story without questioning it. She arrived in Australia and the media immediately took her […]

Film Documentary “Erasing Dads” censored in Argentina

Documentary “Erasing Dad” censored in Argentina This entry was posted on September 11, 2014 by filminginargentina, in Argentina Movies, Current Projects, Our finished films and projects, Women Directors and tagged Argentina, argentina divorce documentary, argentina documenary, Argentina Movies, Borrando a papa, censorship, CHANGE.ORG, Childrens rights, City law guild, court cases, Divorce, Documentary, Erasing dad, Fathers rights, […]

Co-Parenting After Divorce – approved

Edward Kruk, Ph.D.

“There is a consensus that neither the discretionary best interests of the child standard nor sole custody or primary residence orders are serving the needs of children and families of divorce.”

Particpate in Separating Families Research – AIFS

The Australian Institute of Family Studies appears to be initiating a regular study into separating families and are currently undertaking interviews via Roy Morgan Research.  Roy Morgan Research on 1800 000 293 or email familypathways@roymorgan.com Over the last 20 years we at MRA have heard from many fathers and their relatives, detailing their horrific experiences […]

AIFS Survey – recently separated families

Executive summary This report presents the key findings from the Survey of Recently Separated Families (SRSP) 2012. This study examined the experiences of 6,119 parents who separated between 31 July 2010 and 31 December 2011. The research, commissioned and funded by AGD, focuses on parents whose main use of family law system services occurred around […]

More dads demand equal custody rights, reject child-support arrangements of yesterday – USA

By Sharon Jayson USA TODAY

Detroit Free Press http://www.freep.com/article/20140614/FEATURES01/306140062/dads-demand-equal-custody-rights    Kory Borde, 44, with his children (clockwise from top left): Cole, 11, Chance, 13, Carson, 3, and Ivy, 7. Borde divorced in 2006 and has full custody of his two sons from that marriage.  /  Kate Patterson for USA TODAY By Sharon Jayson USA TODAY Their websites send a clear […]

Lifting Blanket Restrictions

Professor Richard Warshak

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/richard-warshak/lifting-blanket-co-parenting_b_5265072.html                      Print Article                                                                   Big changes are afoot Down Under. And these presage changes in the U.S. and Europe as well. For the past few years, a research report issued by the office of the Australian Attorney General, with statements of its lead author, has exerted a disproportionate impact on […]