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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 December, 2012

Facebook Photos May Be Used in Child Support Case

Wednesday, December 26th, 2012

Facebook photos may be used in a child support case in Wisconsin according to Kristal Roberts writing for ABC Action News.  The pictures show the father, who is behind in child support, holding wads of cash and visiting Buckingham Palace.

The father says the money is not necessarily his and he photo-shopped the Buckingham Palace picture.

Defense attorneys will argue this week that, in the real world, the father is impoverished and cannot pay his child support.

Sesame Street Tackles Divorce

Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

More than a million children have parents who divorce or separate each year.  Many of these children are pre-schoolers.  Yet resources for pre-schoolers with divorced or separated parents are hard to find.

“Big Feelings” is a 13 minute video produced by Sesame Street that will be available on the Internet.  When Abby, a fairy-in-training, draws pictures of homes with her friends, Elmo and Rosita are surprised to see that Abby has drawn two homes.  “This one is where I live with my mommy,” says Abby, “and this one is where I live with my daddy.”

This is part of a multimedia kit called Little Children, Big Challenges: Divorce.  The kit includes a storybook called Two Day Hug, a guide for parents and an app.

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