Category Archives: Paternity

What is Termination of Parental Rights?

The facts bring clarity to the difficult and complex issue of the termination of parental rights. Parents have both rights and responsibilities when it comes to their children. In California, as well as other states, children have rights to financial … Continue reading

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Birth Fathers and Adoption

More and more fathers are asking to be involved in the adoption process and in establishing their rights as equal parents. There are means for a father to assert himself as an active participant in the adoption process. How States … Continue reading

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Establishing Paternity – Your Questions Answered

Establishing paternity is an important step in securing rights as a father to your child. Each state varies in terms of what men can do to be considered the father of a child, so be sure to check with your … Continue reading

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Understanding Child Custody for Fathers

Although mothers traditionally are favored by the U.S. court system when it comes to child custody, that doesn’t mean it’s okay to give up or not try your hardest to have equal parenting rights. With a little help, you can … Continue reading

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Rights of Military Fathers

Fighting one war is hard enough. For many military fathers in the throes of divorce, where custody proceedings can be as stressful as deployment, they’re stuck fighting two wars. One is fought for the country; the other is fought for … Continue reading

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What is the Fathers’ Rights Movement?

As more and more women enter the workplace, the separated mother-father paradigm is breaking. It’s no longer the sole purpose of a father to work long hours to provide for his family, spending his kids’ birthdays and baseball games in … Continue reading

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Parental Move Away/Abduction: Entrepreneur Wins Custody Of Missing Child

Big Jake won contracts for his trucking company by the force of his many contacts flowing from his Southern California roots. But his self marketing talents were eclipsed by his self maintenance skills aided by his baseball glove sized hands … Continue reading

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Parental Alienation Syndrome

Dr Richard Gardner, Professor of Child Psychiatry, Columbia University, testified for law firm client, physician and father of three young girls, that mother’s tactics to deny father custody constituted a mild form of parental alienation. Rather than excuse mother, Dr … Continue reading

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How to Protect Fathers’ Custody Rights

Protecting Fathers’ Custody Rights It has been the center’s experience that while parenting opportunities for fathers have significantly expanded over the past five (5) years as more and more mothers enter the work force, the best and happiest parenting plans … Continue reading

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Judge Awards Custody to Dad

Father’s Rights Prevail in Custody Case Judge grants custody of six year old to San Diego engineer; Dad’s companionship with son is cited. Until the last five minutes of February trial, neither Mom nor Dad had a clue how the … Continue reading

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