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FATHERS’ RIGHTS
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This is about fathers' rights law, and protecting the best interests of your children. It provides information, news and comments on laws, cases and strategies for life as a single father and winning your custody, access or child support case.

Archive for May, 2006

Workshop for Divorcing Parents with Children

Tuesday, May 16th, 2006

A divorce is both a psychological and a legal proceeding.

That’s why I am teaming up with Patricia Seaver, a family therapist, tomorrow night to present a workshop by a lawyer and a therapist called “In the Best Interest of the Child”.

We will be at the Commission for Women in Rockville, Maryland. The program focuses on legal and emotional concerns of both the children and the parents.

We are trying to help divorcing parents make good legal and emotional choices for their children to build a secure and safe life for them.

Child Relocation Cases

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

The Family Law Section of the American Bar Association is meeting in Washington, DC this week. The morning session was all about cases where one parent wanted to relocate with the children.

The states are all over the ball park on this issue but the trend seems to be to be flexible and examine each case as it comes with its own set of facts.

The court cannot keep the parent from moving, but it can change custody to keep the children from moving. Therefore, relocation cases are really custody cases.

The main thing to do is keep your focus on the child and how the move will help or harm the child. Try to negotiate a resolution first. If you must go to court, ask the court to appoint a lawyer for the child.

If you are a father opposing relocation of the mother and children, you need to be consistent with visitation and participate in parenting in a helpful way.

A Kid’s Guide to Divorce

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2006

Here’s a website call A Kid’s Guide to Divorce that explains divorce in helpful language from a child’s point of view. Divorce can be a scary thing to grownups so imagine how children feel about it. They are filled with feelings of fear, guilt and anxiety. There are sections titled “Kids Can’t Cause a Divorce!” and “Kids Can’t Fix a Divorce”. The page has English and Spanish versions.

 
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