Help Kids Keep their Dads after Divorce

Children need both of their parents.  Fathers should not be pushed out of children's lives after a divorce.  The equal protection of the law for both parents is the best protection for children.

1. Custody and "parenting time" laws should balance and maximize the time children can have with each parent, presuming equal time with each parent.

2. Child Support laws should be reformed to ensure that fathers (and noncustodial mothers) are allowed to remain solvent.  Support should at least temporarily adjust and abate for involuntary business failure, unemployment, disability, and military service. Support of children should be balanced between both parents and there should be accountability for the use of funds for the children.

3. Protection from domestic violence under the law is good.  However, these laws should not be allowed to be used for the purpose of gaining an advantage in a custody battle.   A person who makes claims of domestic violence that are proven untrue should not be allowed to profit with child support or other gains after making a false claim of such a serious nature.
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