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Written by acclaimed fathers’ rights lawyer Anne P. Mitchell (one of the first fathers’ rights lawyers in the United States), They’re Your Kids Too is a concise (you can read it in one evening), plain English book that tells you what you need to know to:
- Help your kids adjust
- Thwart Parental Alienation
- Stop False Allegations of Abuse Dead in Their Tracks
- Prevent Parental Abduction & Kidnapping
Don’t be taken by surprise in court! Be prepared so that you can help your lawyer help you!
Real Reviews from Real Fathers
I was in court today about false allegations that gave me twenty one days without seeing my children. My soon to be ex wife tried to run the show but I soon got the judge to see that she is a little control freak… and I can now see my children again. She lost almost everything she wanted. I used your tips and came out on top. The only thing she won was a one year restraining order against her… Thats fine with me but the main thing is I get to be with my two little boys again. Thank you again. – Peter
Well written and full of good advice for fathers. Too bad the court system only looks at fathers as a payment source while denying the children of equal time with their dad. – Joe
This book arms you with information you probably don’t even know that you want to know. I strongly suggest any father going through divorce read this. Know your rights or they WILL get trampled. Don’t be a victim! Stand up and fight this war on fathers and stop being seen as a dollar sign. This is where men can bond in solidarity and fight a corrupt family court system. This book is a tool to arm you with information to protect your interests as a father and preserve your relationship with your children rather than try to rebuild something later in life. Do yourself a favor and check it out. 5stars. – Myk
They’re Your Kids Too!
WHAT EVERY SINGLE FATHER NEEDS TO KNOW!
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