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Parental Rights vs. Service To Your Country: Custody Concerns For Deployed Parents

With the multitude of stories circulated in the media in recent years regarding the custody struggles faced by deployed military parents, it is no wonder that individuals serving in the armed services are desperate for change.   In 2012 the Uniform Law Commission drafted the Uniform Deployed Parents Custody and Visitation Act, which serves to […]

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The Children’s Bill of Rights: Points About Parenting During Divorce To Consider

The term “Children’s Bill of Rights” might make you think of an introduction to American Government class in middle school, or even the “Constitution for Kids” page on historyforkids.net. In fact, the Kid’s Bill of Rights is something very different, but equally important.   The children caught up in divorces have no control over the […]

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What Rights Do Fathers Have? (Part Two)

In the first installment of this two-part series, we talked about the importance of fathers in their children’s lives, and took a look at the first two items on our ‘father’s rights’ list, namely child support and visitation. Moving forward, we are going to wrap this up with the last two issues – the establishing paternity, […]

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