Monthly Archives: May 2010

The Painful Wait To See My Own Child

To be precise it is 11 days and 17 hours and this is how long I have to painfully wait before I get to be with a child I created, along with her mother. Continue reading

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Where Are Fathers Rights In The UK?

The UK claims to be a democratic society but fathers are still being discriminated against, despite child welfare concerns. Organisations such as New Fathers For Justice, Real Fathers For Justice and Families Need Fathers have been campaigning for years but … Continue reading

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Fathers’ Rights Groups Call For Action To Protect UK Children

Fathers’ Rights is a non-profit organisation whose aim is to raise awareness of the gross inequalities in the current family law system and to get new legislation passed that will help protect UK children from a hostile parents’ intent on alienating the non-resident parent. Continue reading

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