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Washington Court Denies Father’s Relocation in Shared Custody Case

Custody issues can get complicated when one parent wants to move.  There is a presumption that relocation by the custodial parent will be permitted, but the non-custodial parent has the right to object.  Things are not so straightforward, however, when … Continue reading

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Family Court Limits Father’s Social Media Activity

Earlier this year, an Ontario court ordered limits on the types of social media posts that a father could make following a separation and a contentious access and custody dispute. What Happened? Following their separation, the couple at issue (who … Continue reading

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Criminal Fines and the New Debt Peonage for Poor Fathers

Cortney Lollar, Criminalizing (Poor) Fatherhood, 70 Ala. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2018), available at SSRN. Rebecca Zietlow In the 1980s and 1990s, many scholars and advocates debated the best way to reform our country’s welfare system. During those debates, feminists called for increased … Continue reading

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Fathers have a right to spend time with their children

Spending time with your children is something that most parents take for granted. Fathers have a much different take on this matter if they aren't in a relationship with the children's mother any longer. While more states are moving toward … Continue reading

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