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UK Domestic Violence Poster Blatantly Stereotypes Men As Abusers

UK Domestic Violence Poster Blatantly Stereotypes Men As Abusers

The Royal Borough of Greenwich, a southeastern borough of London, began a campaign in August to promote awareness of domestic violence and its effects on young children. As part of the campaign, the borough has hung a series of posters in London train stations. One of the posters blatantly stereotypes fathers as violent abusers. It depicts a man abusing his wife and his young son...

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Everything You Need To Know About Putative Father Registries

Everything You Need To Know About Putative Father Registries

Last month, Christopher Emanuel won a legal battle that lasted more than a year to gain custody of his child whose mother had placed up for adoption without his knowledge. Christopher and his girlfriend initially planned to keep their baby until Christopher met his girlfriend’s parents and they discovered he is African-American. Appalled, the racist couple convinced their daughter to put her baby up for...

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Several States Offering Child Support Amnesty

Several States Offering Child Support Amnesty

In honor of child support awareness month, Oklahoma and New Mexico are offering amnesty to noncustodial parents behind on child support who have warrants for their arrest because of unpaid child support. The amnesty program offers a way for fathers burdened with huge amounts of child support debt to avoid jail time and get their lives back on track. During the month of August, fathers...

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Alimony: The Cold, Hard Truth

Alimony: The Cold, Hard Truth

Last month, the Nebraska Supreme court ordered 95-year-old Glenn Binder to pay more than his monthly income in alimony to his ex-wife, 96-year-old Laura Binder. Laura currently resides in a nursing home that costs $6,230 per month. She only receives $2,927 a month of income and has exhausted all of her assets. Her husband earns even less than her at $2,890 per month, but owns...

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The Ashley Madison Scandal & The Reality Of Infidelity

The Ashley Madison Scandal & The Reality Of Infidelity

The Ashley Madison scandal is a poignant reminder of the prevalence of adultery in our society. For those of you who discovered your wives have been unfaithful, there are steps that you can take to minimize the damage. On Sunday night, a hacking group calling itself “The Impact Team,” released a list of demands to the adultery-facilitating hookup site, Ashley Madison. They threatened to release...

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5 Reasons To Support Men’s Rights

5 Reasons To Support Men’s Rights

There are many reasons to support Men’s Rights, but it becomes quickly apparent from looking at the state of rulings in family courts that reform is desperately needed. If you are unaware of the injustices men face when it comes to divorce and obtaining fair custody of their children, this quick video will hopefully demonstrate why change is necessary. Check out several shocking divorce facts...

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Could You Be Eligible For ‘Manimony’?

Could You Be Eligible For ‘Manimony’?

According to the U.S. Census, only three percent of alimony recipients are men. For most men navigating through divorce, the thought never even crosses their minds that they could be eligible to receive alimony from their wives. Or, if it does, they quickly dismiss the idea because they are embarrassed to financially rely on their ex-wife. But according to Cordell & Cordell divorce attorney Anne...

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The Gender Gap That Nobody Is Talking About

The Gender Gap That Nobody Is Talking About

In 2013, 32,055 men committed suicide — 2.5 percent of all male deaths. In other words, more than one out of 50 male deaths is the result of suicide. To put the numbers into perspective, men more commonly die at their own hands than of kidney disease, pneumonia and Alzheimer’s. And for divorced men, the statistics are even more bleak. Men are four times more...

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Happy Father’s Day

For divorced dads, Father’s Day can be tough, particularly if you can’t celebrate it with your kids. You are probably like most divorced dads — you’re trying to do the best you can in a flawed situation. You face many challenges in addition to the difficulties married dads face: You may have to deal with child support, custody arrangements, a biased court system or a strained...

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