American Fathers Coalition AFC's primary purpose is to promote positive father-inclusive policies on a federal legislative and regulatory level. To find out more about AFC, click here. If you need help on an individual case or want to become a member of the American Coalition for Fathers and Children, click on their name above, or here, to get the
Divorced Dads of Central Indiana Welcome to Divorced Dads of Central Indiana. We are a non-profit organization seeking equal rights for all non-custodial parents.
Families Need Fathers Families Need Fathers is a registered UK charity which provides information and support to parents, including unmarried parents, of either sex. FNF is chiefly concerned with the problems of maintaining a child's relationship with both parents during and after family breakdown.
Family Law - Father's Rights When fathers are faced with family legal problems, they seek the assistance of a knowledgeable attorney that is tough and successful in fighting for their rights in court. However, most fathers lacking proper information, usually retain an attorney who does not specialize in family law, and find that their cases are costing thousands of dollars, lasting several years, and receive unsatisfactory judgments. Don't let this happen to you. Seek the help of FATHERS FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY FIND. (parents rights)
Family Law - Rights and Responsibilities of Parents Parents have a right to control the care and upbringing of their children. This gives parents the power to make various decisions affecting the child, including where to live, what school to attend, what religion to follow, and what medical treatment to obtain.
Fathers Are Capable Too Fathers Are Capable Too is one of the largest non-custodial parents' and children's rights organizations in Canada dealing with custody and access. F.A.C.T. is an organization of both men and women working to support our children's right to have a relationship with both parents. We are a not-for-profit non-custodial parents' and fathers' support and advocacy group.
Grandparent Visitation Rights To protect the visitation rights of grandparents, and sometimes other caretakers -- foster parents, for example -- all 50 states currently have some type of "grandparent visitation" statute that allows grandparents to ask a court to grant them the legal right to maintain their relationships with loved children.
Parental Rights and Responsibilities Parents have many important rights. These include: The right to direct the upbringing of their children. The right to direct the care that their children receive. The right to control their children's behavior.
Parents and Children for Equality PACE is devoted to ensuring the right of every child to a full relationship with both parents and the right of both parents to be real parents to their children.
Parents' Rights (California Education) This is the Web version of a document developed by the California Department of Education in response to California law that specifies the legal rights of parents to participate in their children's education (Chapter 864, Statutes of 1998).
Parents' Rights Understanding Your Rights and Responsibilities Why should you, as a parent, go to the trouble of finding out what your rights are? Because failure to know or assert your rights becomes, in effect, a waiver [ of your rights as the parent of a learning disabled child. Of course, the public school system has rights too, and both school and parents have certain responsibilities, as defined by Public Law 94-142 and 101-476, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
The Coalition of Parent Support The Coalition of Parent Support is a state-wide, California political organization for those who believe that children do best when they have a healthy relationship with both their mother and their father. We believe in joint custody and shared parenting after divorce, reasonable levels of child support, and individual responsibity.
When Women Abuse Men: It's Far More Widespread Than People Think Special supplement to The Washington Post, December 28, 1993 By Armin A. Brott Despite all the evidence about female-on-male violence, many groups actively try to suppress coverage of the issue. Steinmetz received verbal threats and anonymous phone calls from radical women's groups threatening to harm her children after she published "The Battered Husband Syndrome" in 1978. She says she finds it ironic that the same people who claim that women-initiated violence is purely self defense are so quick to threaten violence against people who do nothing more than publish a scientific study.