Month: July 2018
Knesset Member Decries Hypocrisy against Fathers in Israel’s Family Law System
In Israel, mothers automatically receive custody of children under age six thanks to the Tender Years Clause. Women’s groups vehemently opposed attempts to lower the age last year. It’s a fight that frustrated men and women who are fighting for the best interests of Israeli children.
Warren Farrell and John Gray Team Up to Shine Spotlight on the Crisis for Boys and Men in the United States
Society has been fighting for decades to erase the constraints against women. We’ve taken major strides to convince girls they could be smart and nurturing, inspiring and inspired, that they had the power to define who and what they would become based on their likes and preferences and nobody else’s. But we haven’t afforded the same privilege to boys.
Parental Rights in Modern-Day Divorce
Issues of custody and parental rights are almost invariably the most important, emotional, and high-stakes components of divorce proceedings. Money can be lost or spent, then regained, and real estate and vehicles can be replaced, but there is no substitute for access to one’s children.
Chicago Fathers’ Rights Lawyers Named “Super Lawyers” by Illinois Super Lawyers
Super Lawyers recognized Alan Hoffenberg and Gloria Block, cofounders of Hoffenberg & Block LLC for decades of outstanding work. The directory listed an addition three attorneys from the firm as “Rising Stars.” Combined, the firm represents more than 100 years of experience in family law.
State Laws Regarding Custody for Unmarried Fathers Vary from State to State
For unmarried fathers to stay protected, it’s important to realize the advice you get from friends might not be relevant in your state or to your situation. Search out legal advice from official sources.
New Kentucky Law Creates Presumption of Joint Custody
A new law hopes to help Kentucky kids stay connected with both of their parents after divorce by requiring judges to assign joint custody whenever possible.
Mr. Dad Offers Advice, Hope to Single Fathers Along with Others
Mr. Dad, aka Armin Brott, is a father of three who has published eight books on fatherhood in the past 15 years and has a column featured in publications around the globe. His blog is one of the most popular parenting resources on the Internet. But is he the right source for advice for single fathers?
How to Stay Connected with Your Children When You’re Apart for the Holidays
Whether you’re celebrating the 4th of July or New Years, festivities are a little less festive without the family around. Divorce does a number on traditions. Living life to the fullest after divorce means creating new ones. Get creative, and you will still feel like you’re celebrating together on the holiday, even if the date falls during mom’s parenting time.