I am a family law attorney and I have seen first-hand the kind of unfairness that you are complaining about and I know that you are making a very legitimate point. Every time I sit and observe for even an hour or so in family court, I come out wondering what foreign country have I wandered into. Fathers are on the bad end of some peculiar social forces and norms at this point in our culture and even understanding that it is cultural and social — and not personal — does not make it more bearable for those who are affected. I am not going to cheer, lead, or defend the system. It’s wrong and it goes on and on and on.
So, what to do?
Join forces. There is an active “Fathers’ Equal Rights” community that has only started to explore its potential for political and social influence. One voice is a rant; many voices is public policy. All judges are ultimately accountable to the public, even those that forget that is so.
Connect & Support:
- Vote for your local State Representative that Supports Fathers’ Rights.
- Fathers’ Rights Chapters and Ambassadors – Connect with local state advocates in your area, support and work with them for change.
- Join our Mailing List
There simply isn’t any other or better alternative.
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