Straight men have much to gain from these relationships, which may provide a legal foundation to challenge laws that unfairly target and punish men, and their children.

Family courts and the exploitation of the legal system,".
Posted by Family Justice & Child Protection Worldwide Reform Committee on Wednesday, August 5, 2015

The New Civil Rights Movement - Same sex marriages have the potential to challenge laws and customs surrounding marriage, divorce, child custody and domestic violence that currently discriminate against men on the basis of gender. Straight men have much to gain from these relationships, which may provide a legal foundation to challenge laws that unfairly target and punish men, and their children. 

Same sex marriages also provide an opportunity to examine domestic violence laws that legally discriminate against men by assuming they are perpetrators on the basis of their gender alone. Same sex partnerships are more violent in general than heterosexual relationships, with lesbians reporting the highest rates of intimate violence. When violent spouses are both women, or both men, it becomes necessary to examine evidence to determine which spouse is legally responsible for the violence, and may increasingly lead to domestic violence being understood as a problem that is perpetrated and experienced by both spouses equally. 

Courts are slowly evolving to enforce child custody arrangements and punish parents who refuse to abide by court orders, although it is not unusual for men to go years never seeing their children, while paying court mandated child support. Parental alienation has received attention in the press recently after Bill Hudson disowned his children with actress Goldie Hawn, whom he accuses of deliberately ‘poisoning’ his children against him. Parental alienation is made easier when mothers engage damaging and false stereotypes about fathers, a situation that will not exist for same sex parents. Courts may treat parental alienation more seriously when there are no sexist stereotypes to engage, and instead see alienation as the controlling and abusive behavior it is. 


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Civil Rights are violated, Human Rights are violated; and the United States Constitution is not on the agenda. Causes —...
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Grandparents Have Rights in Florida!!

Right to see Grandchildren after parents' divorces...

Grandparents will get legal right to see grandchildren after divorce battles "For the first time, separating parents will be exp...

The bill states, "Upon the filing of a petition by a grandparent for visitation, the court shall hold a preliminary hearing ... the court may award reasonable visitation to the grandparent ... if the court finds by clear and convincing evidence that a parent is unfit or that there is significant harm to the child, that visitation is in the best interest of the minor child, and that the visitation will not materially harm the parent-child relationship."


Another day without not even phone contact with Zoraya - CONTACT DENIAL IS CHILD ABUSE

Fatherless Day Letter to President Barack Obama

Fatherless Day Letter to President Barack Obama

Dear Mr. President, 

It's Fatherless Day again, while you are enjoying Fathers Day with your children, many of us will be wondering where our children are, we are worried if they are ok, and even praying that they are alive and well. Over the years you have acknowledged the importance of Fathers in their Children's lives. You have asked that we "Step Up" even chastised us for not doing so but in all too many situations, those are not the facts. The facts are, the majority of us would do anything to share in our Children's lives.

As you are very well aware, Federal funding to the States through the Social Security Act's Title IV-D, Title IV-E and VAWA programs are preventing us from participating in our Children's lives. These Federal programs provide billions of dollars in funding to separate children, a full 85% of the time nationally, it is the father from their lives...

This is a terrible injustice and nothing short of child abuse. The adverse effects of Fatherlessness directly correlates with literally every social ill that we suffer today. Just like the Women's Rights Movement, just Like the Civil Rights Movement and just like the Gay Rights Movement, we all knew their efforts were true and correct yet we waited and watched as the toll on society became unbearable before our government finally stepped up.

Today, at this point in time in history, literally generations of families have been destroyed. All too many Americans have no idea what it is like to be a part of a family, they have no idea of the importance of family, many do not even know who or where their family members are. Do you think this is in the best interest of our Children? Do you think this is in the best interest of America?

Mr. President, It's time for you to "Step Up", we need a full scale investigation into these federal programs as well as the family and juvenile courts of America. We need to open up not just a Senate Investigation and Advisory Committee but we also need for you to open a positive dialogue with, "We The People". Our country, our society, our families and our children are waiting and depending on you.  
Donald Tenn
Fathers 4 Justice  --  
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La práctica judicial impone la custodia materna  --  viso at CUSTODIA PATERNA -  *MÉXICO* Aranzazú Ayala Martínez escribe el artículo fuente. La escritora se apoya en el testimonio de un letrado de familia que conoce, parece ser, bien lo que sucede en el día a día en los tribunalesde México. Se centra en una población, Puebla, pero al final del artículo manifiesta que aún sin conocer que sucede en el resto de ciudades, cree que muy posiblemente existan los mismos prejuicios que en Puebla. Por lo vista allí aún continúa vigente ese apartado de la normativa legal que indica que ase pondrá bajo la custodia de la madre a los hijos menores ... more »

“Borrando a Papá” 

ilumina lucha de padres por sus hijos en Argentina viso at CUSTODIA PATERNA -  Un documental estrenado en Argentina que visualiza una realidad contra la que se disponen de miles de millones para que el sistema que da vida a dicha realidad persista. No són leyes las que consienten y permiten que el menor resulte huérfano de padre vivo, no, en el artículo se presenta al motivo como una trilogía compuesta por un sistema para alejar a los menores de sus padres formado por jueces, asociaciones y psicólogos. El documental que lleva por nombre "Borrando a papá" fue primero cancelado y después tras su emisión ha sido censurado por la justicia... more » 

Is It Lack of Understanding or lack of Backbone?

Recently, I had the ambivalent experience of reading a Court Order in a case with clear cut Parental Alienation. The Court ordered a Custody Evaluation by a forensic evaluator with deep experience with parental alienation. The report was very thorough and the recommendations were very clear. Given the severity of the circumstances (which had been allowed to simmer for years due to procedural delays), it was recommended by the evaluator that custody be given from the alienating parent - who was clearly identified as such - to the targeted parent, in order to effect a remedy and to ge... more »  J Michael Bone, PhD at J Michael Bone, PhD - 3 years ago  

Dealing with Judicial Anxiety

Increasingly, even as we become better and being clearer and more precise as to what will help remedy a parental alienation case, it appears to be the case that Judge's often hesitate to follow such recommendations. Very often, the targeted parent will have been accused falsely of being in some way dangerous, unstable or otherwise suspect as a parent. Since the court should always carefully examine any potential danger that such a parent might represent, it should then also recognize that the fact remains that parents are falsely accused of tendencies and acts that are not them. In ... more »  

 -- J Michael Bone, PhD at J Michael Bone, PhD -

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Posted by The Fathers' Rights Movement on Wednesday, June 19, 2013

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"...Just add Dad, the magic ingredient. It's hard to know where wishful thinking becomes deliberate deception. But this...
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Brainwashed Daughter Falsely Accused Father of Sexual Abuse

CHICAGOJune 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Litigators Leslie P. Poole and Misty I. Gamino from the Law Offices of Jeffery M. Levingwon an important victory in Chicago and finally brought justice to a father by persuading the Judge to incarcerate his ex-wife for violating an order prohibiting her to contact her daughter, and for owing over $50,000.00 in past-due child support. This occurred after the mother brainwashed her daughter to make false allegations of sexual abuse against her own father.
The father was granted residential custody of their daughter in his divorce.  In an attempt to gain leverage in her pursuit to change custody and terminate her child support obligation, the ex-wife forced their daughter to make false allegations of sexual and physical abuse against her father to the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS).
The ex-wife's malicious attempt to interfere with the father's relationship with his daughter failed when he turned to the Law Offices ofJeffery M. Leving to fight these serious and unfounded accusations. "The father faced wrongful incarceration and almost lost his relationship with his daughter," said internationally renowned Fathers' Rights Attorney Jeffery M. Leving.
The Leving Team fought vigorously to prove the allegations against the father were false. The mother's manipulation of her daughter led the Judge to enter an order prohibiting her from contact with her daughter. Even after this order was entered, the mother continued to contact her daughter to convince her to make additional false allegations.
Given the danger and harm the mother had already caused this family, the Judge jailed the mother for her continued disregard of the no-contact order and for her failure to pay child support in an amount in excess of $50,000.00.
The child is now safe with her father and he is now able to live without the fear of being incarcerated based on false accusations. 
This is an accredited example of the importance of responsible fatherhood and the rights of a child.
For more information, please contact Jennifer Whiteside at (312) 296-3666.
CONTACT: Jennifer Whiteside  

SOURCE Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd.

Yesterday I gazed out the window watching fireworks and was really missing my angel but I cannot call her because I am...
Posted by The Fathers' Rights Movement on Wednesday, June 19, 2013

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