Parent to Parent Launches: Discuss Divorce Corp!

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January 9, 2014

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Parent to Parent Launches: Discuss Divorce Corp!
By Rita Fuerst Adams, National Executive Director, National Parents Organization

Divorce Corp.
National Parents Organization is proud to announce our launching of Parent to Parent, where Parents of all types, and other family members, can go to discuss issues and seek resources. In the discussion groups you can expect to find other Parents, and other family members, that have gone through the same situation or know others that have. This is a safe, friendly resource to parents, from other parents, from other family members, that is monitored and promoted by National Parents Organization.

Our first major topic is Divorce Corp. See the movie. Wear your National Parents Organization label to the showing. Post your review to Parent to Parent.

Divorce Corp., the groundbreaking expose of the US Family Law System, premieres in theaters, January 10, 2014. It is the documentary about family law that you have been seeking.

Buy Your Tickets Now!

Wear Your Label With Pride!

Divorce Corp. opens in 35 cities in 14 states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Washington. Read more...

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If you are ready, please contact Rita Fuerst Adams, National Executive Director. Together we can build an affiliate in your state.

 
Creating True Shared Parenting in an Unfriendly Legal Environment
January 7, 2014 by Don Hubin, Chair, Executive Committee, National Parents Organization of Ohio
Many of us, unfortunately, live in states where statutory provisions and court practices make true shared parenting difficult to achieve. In my home state of Ohio, for example, there is no legal preference for shared parenting and many cases that are designated “shared parenting” are shared parenting in name only. Read more...

UK Family Law Change Won’t Change Fathers’ Access to Kids
January 6, 2014 by Robert Franklin, Esq.
The much-anticipated amendments to family law in the United Kingdom have now inched their way to the House of Lords.  It is thought that, by the time the current crop of newborn babies has reached adulthood, something may have actually happened. Read more...

Surprise! Ex-Wife Can’t Discharge Alimony Overpayment in Bankruptcy
January 5, 2014 by Robert Franklin, Esq.
Can’t afford to pay your credit card bills? No problem, you can take yourself to bankruptcy court and see that pesky old debt discharged, likely for pennies on the dollar. Can’t afford to pay your ex the alimony the judge ordered? Tough luck, buddy. That’s a debt the bankruptcy court has no power over. Read more...

Taiwanese Mother Denies ‘Father’ DNA Test
January 5, 2014 by Robert Franklin, Esq.
It seems that we here in the decadent West haven’t completely cornered the market on lunacy when it comes to issues of paternity fraud and child support. This article out of Taiwan gives the lie to that notion once and for all (Global Times, 1/1/14). Read more...

Make Shared Custody Maryland Law
January 4, 2014 by Jane Koda, Member, National Parents Organization of Maryland
Testimony delivered to the Maryland Commission to consider making shared custody Maryland law:

My name is Jane Koda. I am a member of the National Parents Organization. I am also the mother and grandmother of children of divorce where the default decision was, and still is, to award full legal and physical custody to one parent in cases where mother and father have difficulty agreeing on terms. Read more...


Mother’s Murder of Daughter Shows Need for Shared Parenting
January 3, 2014 by Robert Franklin, Esq.
Casa Grande, Arizona mother Connie Villa has been arrested and charged with murder in the suffocation death of her 13-year-old daughter Aniarael.  She’s also been charged with the attempted murder of her ex-husband, Adam Villa and their three younger children.  Read about it here (CNN, 12/31/13). Read more...

Father Sues Utah Adoption Agency, Lawyers for Loss of Son
January 2, 2014 by Robert Franklin, Esq.
Another day, another child lost to the Utah adoption racket. But there’s a difference this time. The father’s hired crusading attorney Wes Hutchins to represent him in his civil suit against his child’s mother, the adoptive parents, the adoption agency and sundry lawyers who facilitated the deal. Read more...

Israel: Fathers’ Rights Activist Sues Haaretz for Defamation
January 1, 2014 by Robert Franklin, Esq.
What’s the world coming to? It’s getting so a leading newspaper can’t publish utterly false statements about a person without him getting upset. That’s one of the messages in this article, but far from the only one (Israel National News, 12/30/13). 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 after the movie.
 


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