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Posts Tagged ‘ father’s rights ’

Access to justice — a panel discussion re Turner v. Rogers and ramifications for child support

July 31, 2012
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Panel Sponsored by Office of Child Support Enforcement and Department of Justice Access to Justice Initiative (Also see: http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/cse/pubs/2012/csr/csr1207.pdf) “A panel of experts discusses the critical messages from Turner v. Rogers and its implications for child support. Turner v. Rogers requires states in civil contempt proceedings to provide procedures that ensure a fundamentally fair...
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Posted in Child Support, Courts Appellate, Discrimination Against Men, Due Process, Progress | 8 Comments »

NCFM President Harry Crouch – Father’s on Edge, Poytner’s Ommission and Supremist Feminist Influence in Reporting

July 30, 2012
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First, I am fairly happy Dad. I’ve never been beaten and battered by the Family Law System like the hundreds if not thousands of disenfranchised fathers with whom I’ve had contact or directly worked, but I know it happens. I’ve been in court and witnessed such pummeling’s more times than I can possibly recall....
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Posted in Abused Man, Activities, Courts Family, Discrimination Against Males, Father's Rights, Harry Crouch, Men's Rights, Suicide, Suicide Murder, Supremist | 10 Comments »

NCFM Acting NY Chapter President Eric Ross reports on out of control family court judge

July 6, 2012
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Family Court Judge verbally abusing, threatening and intimidating a litigant, a pastor in the local church by Eric Ross West Virginia, WINFIELD, Putnam County  – Watch how this abusive family court judge screams his head off at a pastor in his courtroom, repeatedly threatens and berates him, then throws the book at him. Presumably,...
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Posted in Abused Man, Activities, Courts Family, Discrimination Against Men, Divorce, Eric Ross, Ph.D, Persecution | 3 Comments »