The biggest news stories of 2019 included the fire of Notre Dame and the first major steps in finding a cure for HIV, but what about the top stories here at DadsRights.org?
A non-invasive prenatal paternity test can save you thousands of dollars and months or years of stress without posing any significant risk to mother or child.
A Michigan father was jailed for calling out a corrupt legal system. Now a jury says he had the right. How does Facebook factor in to your custody case?
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 […]
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?
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 […]
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.
On Tuesday, Nov. 13, California’s Third District Court of Appeal found in favor of a biological father (known as C.A.) who now shares parenting rights with a married woman and her husband.
Custody and parenting time is handled differently in Japan than it is in the West, though new rules could change things. Efforts are aimed at making child exchanges easier and more enforceable.