Month: September 2018
Florida School Board Recognizes Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS)
Parental alienation syndrome (PAS) hurts children and prevents them from having time they deserve with both their mother and father. Now the Brevard County School Board has committed to drawing attention to the problem.
New Fathers’ Rights Group Hopes to Change Idaho Law
Idaho was ranked among the lowest states when considering parenting time granted to divorced fathers. The problem is compounded by the state’s unusually high divorce rate.
How to Find Qualified Legal Help for Custody, Child Support, and Other Family Law Issues
Here’s how to find good, qualified legal help for custody, child support, and other family law issues. Too often, friends and family will give you advice about your legal situation which is capable of hurting you in court. They aren’t meaning to sabotage your efforts. They just don’t know how judges and lawyers react when fathers take certain actions.
Ability to Show Police a Parenting Time Order as Important Now as it Was in 2018
Keep a copy of your parenting time order with you or in your car at all times. It not only can help you protect your rights, but it can keep you out of jail. For example, retired NBA player Matt Barnes could have gone to jail, but instead, he drove away with his 9-year-old twins, and their mother, reality TV-star Gloria Govan, was arrested on charges of felony child endangerment.