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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.

Please Tell My Daddy I Love Him


If you can’t obtain contact with your kids, I have suggested setting up a Facebook page and posting to it in hopes they will someday find it.

A father who goes by the name of Daddy Nmn sent me an email calling my attention to a website called “3 Sides to Every Story” where anyone, dads, moms, grandparents and others, can post letters to their missed loved ones.

The site is nicely done and categorized by state and type of letter writer.  The letters are heart-felt, honest and poignant.


4 Responses to “Please Tell My Daddy I Love Him”

  1. Women for Fathers Rights Says:

    This is such a sad effect from parental alienation! I’m a woman for fathers’ rights, and I’m ashamed at what other women do to keep their kids’ fathers from them. They are not the bad guy!

  2. Terri Says:

    Great idea, especially considering how kids are so ‘addicted’ to FB.

    But I’m wondering if posting to that FB page would be looked at askance by a judge who has issued a TOP barring contact, including electronic contact.

    I’m also thinking the content might be something that could be used in litigation, particularly in light of the matrimonial bar’s realization of the utility of FB and other social media for investigatory and other purposes.

    Dads should probably exercise caution and restraint when they post, don’t you think?

  3. James J. Gross Says:

    Terri: Point well taken. Dad’s should always be aware that anything they write or say can, and probably will, be used against them if they are in custody litigation.

  4. James J. Gross Says:

    Women for Fathers Rights is another nice blog. It shows that Fathers Rights is not about gender bashing. There are stepmothers, sisters, girlfriends, grandmothers and others that support Fathers Rights as well.

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