Who We Are: The voice for family law reform

National Parents Organization,a charitable and educational,501 (c)(3), organization, is focused on promoting shared parenting, where both parents have equal standing raising children after a separation or divorce. National Parents Organization recognizes that preserving a strong bond between children and their parents is critically important to children's emotional, mental, and physical health.

Gender equality and a strong presumption of shared parenting embraces every issue separating children from loving fathers and mothers, grandparents, and other relatives: alimony, child custody, child support, disabled parents, domestic violence, military child custody, move aways, parental alienation, and paternity fraud.

 
How We Work: Building a community of activists

National Parents Organization is building a community of activists to:

  • Reform the family courts to treat fathers and mothers as equally important to the well-being of their children.
  • Make shared parenting after separation or divorce the norm, and
  • Arrange finances after separation or divorce equitably.
 
What We've Achieved: Preserving Our Bond with Our Children

National Parents Organization is the leader in family law reform. It is developing affiliates in every state, promoting its message through national and local public relations and education, and engaging volunteers in advocacy and lobbying in every state.

 

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Volunteer Testimonial

"For the last 10 years with help of organizations like “National Parents Organization,” parents like me, have worked against continuous opposition to reform the Hawaii Family Court away from the adversarial model toward a collaborative one. We need family courts that respect the importance of frequent, continuing and meaningful parenting time with both parents. Because effective parenting needs to have a sufficient quantity to achieve quality."

By Chris Lethem, Chair, Hawaii Executive Committee