There is a trend on TikTok right now to post PSAs to the tune of “If You’re Happy” and this is by far the best one we’ve seen!
Undra Henderson fought hard to keep his child safe. The system let them down time and time again. Their story isn’t unique enough for you to let your guard down. If you’re at all worried about your safety, take these extra steps to protect yourself and your child. Get fathers’ rights news right in your […]
Heading to CPS or to family court over petty issues usually comes back to bite you. Figure out how to handle minor disagreements without putting custody at risk.
While restraining orders are sometimes needed to protect victims of domestic violence, they’re now commonly used to give one party a leg-up in a divorce. Here’s what to do if you’re falsely accused.
A new study shows courts are taking a more serious stance on allegations of parental alienation when it is accompanied by potentially false claims of abuse. Of course, that wasn’t its purpose.
UK parents are being asked to take part in surveys on parental alientation and other forms of domestic violence. Protect your anonymity while helping to shape policies in the United Kingdom.
A single father whose parental rights were wrongly terminated won an appeal against the Arizona Department of Child Safety based on the agency falsifying evidence and interfering with the reunification process. According to AZCentral.com, the mother of the child had her rights terminated shortly after birth in 2015. The father, known in court documents as […]
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 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.
Investigators say a heated custody battle could play a role in the Sodus murders of Joshua Niles and Amber Washburn.