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Are Fathers Also Susceptible to Becoming Victims of Domestic Violence?

Domestic violence is a pervasive problem that affects people of all genders, ages, and backgrounds. While many people associate domestic violence with violence against women, men can also be victims of domestic violence. In fact, according to the National Domestic Violence Hotline, one in 10 men has experienced severe physical violence at the hands of an intimate partner, including some form of physical violence, such as being pushed, stalked, or raped by an intimate partner. The idea that men can be victims of domestic violence may be difficult for some people to understand, as there is a pervasive cultural narrative


You Are Not a Failed Father: How to Deal With Yourself After a Divorce

A divorce can be one of the most difficult things a father can experience. It is hard enough to deal with the emotional strain of the separation, but it can be even harder to deal with the way that we view ourselves afterward. Many feel like they have failed as fathers and as husbands when their marriages end simply because they were unable to make it work. However, this is not the case. Just because a marriage did not work out does not automatically mean that you are a failed father. Many fathers go through divorces and become better fathers


What Happens If a Mother Refuses Parental Rights or Violates a Custody Order?

Divorcing and unwed fathers face significant challenges in the family court system, many of which are the unfortunate vestiges of outdated gender roles. For many years, mothers have been awarded primary custody in the vast majority of custody disputes throughout the country due to the belief that mothers are better caregivers while fathers are better suited to being breadwinners for their children. The reality is that fathers are just as capable and necessary as mothers, and a father has the same right to seek custody and parenting time as a mother. Additionally, while most mothers are admirable parents who do


Why You Need a Father’s Rights Attorney

Many fathers face significant challenges in the family court systems of the United States, particularly when it comes to child custody. While most family court officials in the U.S. give fathers appropriate recognition as parents and equal to mothers when it comes to the importance of the time they spend with their children, many fathers face unfair scrutiny in their family court proceedings due to outdated beliefs about “proper” roles for fathers and mothers. It’s also common for fathers to feel inherently disadvantaged before any court proceedings begin because of these outdated and unlawful attitudes. A father’s rights attorney is


5 Most Common Myths and Misconceptions About Fathers in Family Court

The family court systems of the United States have undergone unprecedented changes in the past few decades. What were once persistent unfair trends in the family court system have changed in various ways, especially when it comes to the treatment of fathers seeking custody of their children in divorce and custody determinations. Unfortunately, a great deal of misinformation persists surrounding fathers in the family court system. If you are a father bracing for a divorce in the near future, you must not let the following myths and misconceptions diminish your confidence as you head into your proceedings. Myth #1: Mothers


How Fathers Can Talk to Their Children About Divorce: The Whole Story

Divorce can be a difficult topic for any father to discuss with their children. It’s hard to know what to say; you may feel like you’re betraying your spouse by talking to your kids about the divorce when things are still up in the air or they are not around. However, remember the fact that your children will be affected by the divorce whether you talk to them about it or not. Having an open and vulnerable discussion with your children can help them to understand what is happening and to cope with the changes that are taking place in


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