Florida Gov. Rick Scott and supporters of vetoing the alimony bill presume that women are better parents than men – across the board.

In vetoing family law bill, governor emphasizes child-custody sharing clause and putting needs of children first Thousands of people submitted comments on both sides of divorce reform…here’s one of our favorite comments R. Michael Brown originally shared to…Read More

Civil Rights in Family Court - The Florida Legal Process violates the Constitution

We will not accept anything less than a right in law to see our children. We will not accept anything less than equality of parenting and the same rights as mothers. We will not accept the bigoted and prejudicial discrimination against fathers on the…Read More

Governor Rick Scott: Please sign Florida's Alimony Reform Bill when it comes to you for your signature!

Alimony is nothing more than an involuntary servitude, and it should have been abolished in 1865 along with the rest of slavery! It apparently only began in old England because there was no other means of equitable distribution since most married couples…Read More

Elections and the Politics of Family Court and Child Support Reforms

WLYB….. The once honorable profession of law now fully functions as a bottom-line business, driven by greed and the pursuit of power and wealth, even shaping the laws of the United States outside the elected Congress and state legislatures. When a lawyer…Read More

The Iowa Town Halls

Here is the rundown on the very important issue going on right now concerning Fathers’ Rights and Family Law Reform. On January 20, 2016, The Fathers’ Rights Movement became aware of an amazing opportunity to have our voices heard on the national level by…Read More


POSITIONS ~ OPINIONS "There is more legislation protecting animals, than there is protecting fathers." ~ No child should be denied their human right to a father so give fathers equal rights to see their children after separation. There is more legislation…Read More

Would you support social security title IV D and family law reform?

Tom McDermott asked Iowa Speaks! Republican Town Hall Currently social security title IV D incentivizes states to order minimal parenting time for non custodial parents in order to maximize the amount of child support noncustodial parents pay because the…Read More
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