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Who Gets Custody Now? Dramatic Changes in Children’s Living Arrangements After Divorce April 2, 2015

Slowly but surely,custody is becoming less dominated by the mothers

Sources: Maria Cancian , Daniel R. Meyer, Patricia R. Brown and Steven T. Cook
(1)Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin–Madison


Anonymous: South Dakota Child Custody Laws and how they work out in real peoples lives March 16, 2015

Filed under: Divorce Industry,Parental Rights — Family Innocence @ 10:13 pm

Anonymous: South Dakota Child Custody Laws and how they work out in real peoples lives
136,800- dollars in child support I will be paying for my two sons by the time they are 18 years old
32,000- amount in dollars I have spent with attorneys trying to gain more time with my children as well as enforcing our current parenting time order
21-number of days I was denied parenting time last year
17-number of miles I live from my two sons
6- days since I last spoke to or have seen my two sons
4-overnights Per month the South Dakota of courts have awarded me (standard visitation)
3-number of times I have filed for contempt of court against my former spouse
0- number of times the court has sanctioned her for denying parenting time



Filed under: Children And Divorce,Divorce Industry,Parental Rights — Family Innocence @ 10:10 pm

‘Over the last couple of years, those opposed to children maintaining contact with both parents have done just about everything imaginable to discredit themselves’

Source: Robert Franklin, Esq,


The Constitutional Right to Be a Parent January 8, 2015

Some case law..which is often ignored


Father fights for the right to raise his child December 13, 2014

Filed under: Children Of The State?,From The News,Parental Rights — Family Innocence @ 5:48 pm

Mindless bureaucracy or chasing money?



Give unmarried parents 50/50 custody from birth December 9, 2014

Filed under: Parental Alienation,Parental Rights — Family Innocence @ 9:40 pm

and pursue non compliance with parenting orders with as much zeal as they do child support


Congressional Testimony: Kenneth Paschal to Bill Windsor of Lawless America November 15, 2014

A retired US Army First Sergeant fights for the right to see his daughter


The Fathers’ Rights Movement November 13, 2014

Kids. Sometimes you just have to fight for them. We understand.

It’s no longer a secret that we live in a society that no longer values the value of a father. At a time in history where fatherlessness is the driving force behind drug addiction, mental illness and our booming prison population we should as a nation be doing everything possible to place fathers back into the lives and homes of our children. We are not.

Sure it sounds great to say step up to the plate and be a father today. Take time to be a dad today. Be there for your kids. Don’t walk out on them. It’s easy for the pundits to tout fatherless America and place the blame of our failing nation’s youth squarely on the shoulders of the fathers of our once great nation. We are an easy target, it’s easy to blame us.

What happens when we look a little closer into fatherless America? What do we see?

We see thousands of young men being forced into a biased child support system which sets them up to fail. Try being 19 years old, working for minimum wage and being forced to pay so much of your money that you can barely live. Now imagine if you lose your low paying job. Now you are left with mounting debt, coupled with the suspension of your drivers license and the threat of jail if you don’t pay up with money you don’t even have. Now imagine trying to even think they will let you see your kid. You are already labeled a deadbeat and your life is basically ruined. This is how we treat fathers.

We see scores of men going through divorce and separation systematically removed from the lives of their children through false allegations of abuse, neglect and the golden dagger…child molestation. Think it doesn’t happen everyday across America? Open your eyes it does. Fathers who have been there for everyday of the lives of their children are told they are no longer needed or wanted, but we will take your paycheck. Fathers left to live on couches or sleep in cars. Homeless. This is how we treat fathers.

We see men who maybe haven’t made the best choices in their lives, removed from the lives of their children. One mistake is all it will take and goodbye daddy. In a world where all people are perfect and every human free of human error, the father is not allowed any mistakes. There is very little to no redemption in the arena of family court. It’s one strike and your out. Thrown away. This is how we treat our fathers.

So today is another day to be a dad. It’s sad the chips were stacked against you before anyone even told you the rules. There is but a few options. Get up, stand up, join the masses and fight for your kids.

Source: The Fathers’ Rights Movement


Parents — not the courts — know best September 25, 2014

Family courts are chaotic, expensive and needlessly inflict pain, with children, parents and society paying the price. It’s time to realign research, policies, statutes and practices in a way which truly serves the well-being of children and our broader society. Measure 6 moves us in that direction.

Vote “yes” on Measure 6.

Source: Jill Bjerke


CPS Whistleblower Exposes Family Court’s War Against Fathers September 3, 2014

Former Child Protective Services Investigator, Carlos Morales, and father’s advocate, Eric Dearman, discuss family court’s bias against fathers which leads the deterioration of the family unit and children as a whole.

Source: Carlos Morales