Operation Bring Fatherhood Back! Demand prompt equal parenting for Military personnel

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When the nuclear- traditional family is disintegrated it is often the children that pay a heavy price.

No, it’s not so much the absence of financial support as much as it is the absence of a father. Societal perception of paternal involvement has been shaped by family law courts across America. This paradigm shift, has birthed a false pretense the fathers, and particularly military men,  are to unstable to parent children.

The outcome of this with children is treacherous.

Active duty fathers often experience pervasiveWhen the nuclear- traditional family is disintegrated it is often the children that pay a hea bias from family courts when a divorce occurs. It has become normalcy for the courts to cite PTSD, and lack of geographical  stability as a preeminent factor in awarding primary custody to the spouse and leaving the father with prison / inmate hours ( VISITATION). 

Additionally, if a mother complains to the court that she feels threatened, the servicemember may be required to take anger-management classes, which may adversely impact their ability to maintain a security clearance and remain in the service. 

Did you know that if you're actively serving in the military and share joint custody of the child, you're not permitted to live in base housing unless you have the children for at least 51% out the year. Sometimes it is more economical to reside on base, rather than the local economy. This is a benefit many servicemembers lose. 

 

To further exacerbate issues, increased federal and state legislation funds have been allocated with the sole purpose of enforcing child support on the non-resident father, and elongating the gap of child connect betwixt the father and child.

Thus our policy proposal is  to advocate equal parenting between both parents and to reduce the amount of judicial discretion family law judges have in awarding  child custody. Proposed time share would by default extend 50% custody to both parents unless there is a substantiated domestic violence charge or other derogatory factors. However, such factors would be reviewed individually on a case by case basis. 

We believe  that the "Best Interest of the Child” is only better, when both parents (mom and dad) are permitted to be involved and support the reunification of family. 

 

"Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord" (Ephesians 6:4). 



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