Northern Ireland changed their child and custody laws in 2002 to reflect the importance a father – married or not – plays in his children’s lives. Now other Irish dads say they’ve waited long enough. While the 2015 Children and Family Relationships Act postured at giving single dads rights in certain situations, those protections haven’t […]
Spring Break in the United States runs from the end of February to the beginning of April. For most students, it lands during mid-to-late March. While you might not have your child during the whole break, you can make the most of their time off. Here are three ways to maximize Spring Break dates, even […]
There is clear scientific evidence that a need for legal guidance exists if children are to have equal time with their mothers and fathers. Learn how you can help children get the parenting time they deserve in Illinois.
The Ohio father lured to his death in a McDonald’s parking lot last month had just won custody of his three children. How could the courts have helped keep this family safe?
A UK dad won sole physical custody of the kids when their mother’s bitterness became emotionally abusive. Read on for tips for how to process the pain of divorce without impacting the kids.
Changes in and out of the courtroom are leading to more fathers getting primary custody of their kids.
New Jersey Superior Court judge dismissed after lying to police in a friend’s custody matter has lost her state pension.
While attitudes toward parenting rights differ greatly from country to country (and sometimes, from state to state) the European Convention creates an obligation for all of its members to keep family ties strong. There’s potential for this court decision to make big waves in policies regarding court order enforcement and in attitudes toward parenting agreements […]
The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of Child Abduction established rules for returning children to their home countries when abducted by a parent, but when one of the countries involved in a custody dispute hasn’t signed the agreement, those protections sometimes go out the window.
A six-year-old child who identifies as a girl when he’s with his mother and as a boy when he’s with his father is at the center of an intense Texas custody battle, in which the mother has exclusive rights to make decisions regarding mental health.