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Divorce Corp. — Powerful Cinematic Indictment of the Family Courts

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January 1, 2014

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Divorce Corp. — Powerful Cinematic Indictment of the Family Courts

Divorce Corp.
Divorce Corp. (view trailor), the groundbreaking expose of the US Family Law System, premieres in theaters on January 10, 2014. It is possibly the documentary about your struggles that you have wanted to share with family and friends. Dr. Drew Pinsky, the host of “Dr. Drew” on HLN, narrates with interviews with fifty-four family law experts and people who share their stories.

The documentary opens in fifteen cities in: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Minnesota, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Texas, and Washington. If you live in or near one of the cities Divorce Corp. premieres, you can help shine a bright light on the appalling waste seen daily in family courts by seeing and promoting the movie. National Parents Organization recommends all members print and wear our label when you go to Divorce Corp. Print on stock, too, and hand out to promote National Parents Organization.

Ned Holstein, MD, MS, Founder and Chair believes, "This film has the potential to accelerate the family court reform movement. This is an opportunity for people of good faith to unite to save our children from the ravages of a morally corrupt system.We need to rally around this opportunity to tell the story so many of us know all too well. Read more...


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Don’t Apologize for me
December 31, 2013 by Don Hubin, Chair, Executive Committee, National Parents Organization of Ohio
Some years ago, I came across an essay by Steven Schacht called “Teaching About Being an Oppressor”. To me, it reads like a long apology for being male and, therefore, being an oppressor (by identity if not by overt action). Read more...

Memphis Man Fights Paternity Fraud
December 30, 2013 by Robert Franklin, Esq.
Paternity fraud is one of the least acknowledged problems in the whole area of children and parental rights and duties. Issues like child custody and child support we see every day and make up a huge part of the public discourse on the evolving rights and roles of fathers. Read more...

British Judge Sees Parental Alienation, Switches Custody to Father
December 29, 2013 by Robert Franklin, Esq.
A family judge who gets it? A family judge who both gets it and does something about it? I know it’s all but unbelievable, but it seems that British judge Mrs. Justice Parker finally saw the reality of parental alienation of children and did what many mental health professionals say must be done; she took the children from the alienating mother and placed them with the father. Read more...

Dr. William Bernet on the Concept of Parental Alienation and its Inclusion in the DSM-V
December 27, 2013 by Robert Franklin, Esq.
I’ve written often about Parental Alienation and its attendant effect on children, Parental Alienation Syndrome. The latest excellent news has been that the fifth and most recent edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association includes numerous diagnoses that, while not using the actual words ‘parental alienation’ nevertheless embrace the concept. Read more...

UK: Survey Shows Overwhelming Public Support for Shared Parenting
December 26, 2013 by Robert Franklin, Esq.
Nationwide polls in Canada have consistently revealed widespread popular support for a presumption of equal parenting post-divorce. Support ranges from 68% to 75%. Studies by social scientists show similar support, most importantly among children. Read more...

Survey: Australian Fathers Less Satisfied by Custody Arrangements than Mothers
December 23, 2013 by Robert Franklin, Esq.
The Australian Institute for Family Studies has come out with new and entirely predictable findings from a recent survey. The stop-the-presses news is that mothers are more satisfied after a divorce or separation than are fathers. Read more...

 

 
National Parents Organization is bringing Divorce Corp. to Boston, Thursday evening, January 23, 2014, at the Boston Embassy theater in Waltham. Several of the featured experts are participating in a panel discussion before the movie.
 


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