FAMILY COURTS FOR CHANGE

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The Family Court System has lost sight of their primary goal: to protect our children. The courts are too focused on being quick & fair with 50/50 custody splits instead of focusing on what is best for the children. This isn’t about Mothers’ Rights or Fathers’ Rights- it is about the rights of our children to live in a safe, healthy and nurturing environment.

Our appointed Judges and Commissioners are not taking the time to properly evaluate child custody cases. They are too focused on moving the cases through the courtroom like cattle. This will help save our children from harm and keep them stable and safe.  http://www.thecustodyproject.org, Justice for children, www.protectivemothersalliance.org/ and other to get heard. "Civil Gideon" law to get passed and with the help of the Shriver Civil Counsel Act.  Please sign petition and forward to everyone you know.  We need 25,000 signatures in 30 days! We have to stop corrupt Attorney's and Judges!


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    2 years ago Comments: giving a voice to children~born/unborn~is something we all should consider. Even an uneducated child knows who is better for them when asked, they know love and they understand pain.
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