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Prevent Paternity Fraud

Have doubts that you are the father of your pregnant partner’s child? The most important action you can take to prevent paternity fraud is to request a DNA test at the hospital to confirm that you are the father BEFORE you sign the Voluntary Acknowledgment of Paternity form. In most jurisdictions, genetic testing is not required to establish paternity; all that is required is a...

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Domestic Violence Shelters For Pets But Not Men

If you are a male suffering from abuse, your dog may have a better chance than you of finding domestic violence support services. Domestic violence shelters for household pets are now being established yet there are only a handful of shelters in the United States for male victims of abuse. “I think male bipeds should get some support services before we start opening up temporary...

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What To Do When You Are The Victim of Paternity Fraud

Hearing the words “I am pregnant,” can ignite a wide variety of feelings in a man. He may be overjoyed, terrified, or a combination of the two. For the woman looking to commit paternity fraud, she is hoping that he is filled with the overwhelming sense of responsibility to do the right thing. Paternity fraud occurs when a woman intentionally names a man to be...

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Fighting Paternity Fraud – Carnell Smith

After 11 years of paying support to a child that wasn’t his, Carnell Smith organized an advocacy organization to fight paternity fraud. The U.S. Citizens Against Paternity Fraud has successfully set up legislation in several states that allows men to use DNA tests to disprove paternity. “We showed the legislature in Georgia, for example, that it was an absolute hypocrisy to require men to pay...

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Alimony Reform – Alliance for Freedom from Alimony

The 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution reads in part “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude… shall exist within the United States.” The Alliance for Freedom from Alimony (AFA) believes the forceful collection of lifetime alimony is a form of involuntary servitude and it unfairly targets men.



Jan Brown on Domestic Violence Against Men

Domestic violence against men is one of the many instances in which the laws are applied unequally simply because of gender. It doesn’t help that there are so few services available for abused men. Jan Brown recognized this deficiency and is doing something about it. Brown is the founder and executive director of the Domestic Abuse Helpline for Men and Women that provides supportive services...

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Dr. Charles Corry on Domestic Violence Against Men

Dr. Charles Corry is one of the nation’s leading researchers on domestic violence against men and president of the Equal Justice Foundation. Corry discussed with the Men’s Rights website his research on domestic violence against men, primary aggressor laws that unfairly target men and myths about domestic violence.



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