Support our Troops with Child Custody Battles

Please support our TROOPS!! Our brave soldiers are fighting for OUR freedom and have enough of a battle and stress to deal with! Then they come home to find they've lost permanent custody of their child(ren)and/or their child support has increased because of their greedy ex wives/ex husbands who do not give a flip about them risking their lives for our freedom!! Please sign this petition to help preserve our soldiers' rights. Soldiers are NOT second class citizens, they fight for their childrens' safety, for your safety and they risk their lives every day for our country. How wrong is it to take away custody, especially if the other parent/guardian is deemed an unfit parent Why is the court system failing our soldiers If special arrangements are made by the soldiers to take care of their child(ren) while they are not in country, the courts should NOT step in and make those types of decisions, not even knowing domestic circumstances per household. Please sign the petition and pass it along! Return the petition to snoopydctalk@yahoo.com. THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING OUR MILITARY!!! THEY APPRECIATE THE LOVE AND SUPPORT FROM OUR OWN COUNTRY! GOD BLESS YOU!

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    Isabella, United States

    8 years ago Comments: I support this effort 100%. The troops need our help. What a good way to give back in showing my support to all of our soldiers. Soldiers are fighting for our country and rights, they do not need to be worrying about their children while they are deployed.
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    Barry Carter, United States

    8 years ago Comments: I'm retired military and I fully support all our young men and women who are protecting our freedom. Don't let this happen.
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    Snapper head, United States

    8 years ago Comments: This happend to a friend of mine - he lost custody while deployed. It really depressed him and he nearly committed suicide.
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