Family Court Reform?

Who is for Family Court Reform? What are your ideas for change?

LEGAL AND PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC APPROACHES TO THE THREE TYPES OF PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME FAMILIES When Psychiatry and the Law Join Forces Richard A. Gardner, M.D.

The Three Types of Parental Alienation Syndrome Families Based on my more recent work with these families, I have divided them into three categories: severe, moderate, and mild. Although there is actually a continuum, and many cases do not fit neatly into…Read More

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Child abuse: when family courts get it wrong

States must reform a system that too often awards custody to the abusive parent. By Kathleen Russell / October 14, 2009 San Rafael, Calif When a parent harms his or her own child, family courts are supposed to step in and safeguard the victim. Can you…Read More

Kids need BOTH parents, not visitors

Shared parenting is a joint parenting arrangement in which children of divorce are given the right by the courts to have both of their parents share in the most equitable manner as possible the responsibilities of caring and raising the children. By having…Read More

The Fatherphobia Of Family Courts Phyllis Schlafly -- 2/2/05

It's not just gay adoptions that threaten the right of children to be raised in traditional two-parent, mother-father homes. A threat also comes from father-phobic family courts that deprive children of their fathers. Under no-fault divorce, equality is the…Read More

Government Intrusion Sara Harvey for Salem-News.com

My husband is a medical hostage for profit. (WASHINGTON D.C.) - Where does one turn when you become disabled, vulnerable or old and become unlawfully a victim of the system? There are no kind words for the injustice that Chemung County New York has visited…Read More
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