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Posts Tagged ‘ father’s rights ’

Birth Fathers + Adoptions: Inequality in Parental Rights

February 7, 2014
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NCFM NOTE: This article, published in the DC Bar, shows the history of paternity registers and their diabolical nature. Often overlooked in efforts to deny bio dads their children are health related issues related to heredity. It’s important for children to know what health risks they may inherit from their birth father. Of course, that’s...
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Posted in Adoption, Discrimination Against Men, Double Standard, Father's Rights, Parental Rights | 1 Comment »

This is what happens when state family law workgroups and commissions end up with members dependent upon government for their boat payments…

October 10, 2013
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NCFM NOTE:  The Fatherhood Coalition of Massachusetts was largely responsible for Governor Patrick convening a work-group to review state family law. The letter below makes one wonder if the good Governor appointed people to the work-group who he knew or should have known would sabotage its intent and protect the interests of stakeholders who...
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Posted in Discrimination Against Boys, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Domestic Violence Industry, Father's Rights, Fathers, Health Men | No Comments »

NCFM Member Elijah Ward, the third installment in a continuing series, “How to Eat a Guardian ad Litem for lunch”

October 27, 2012
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After the fathers in New Hampshire got together in recent years via social media, we came to realize that even though the facts of our cases were different, the courts treated our cases in similar ways.  Sequential actions were conducted that first took our children away in secret hearings that we had no recourse...
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Posted in Action, Activities, Child Custody, Children's' Rights, Corruption, Courts Family, Elijah Ward | 1 Comment »