Petition Closed

Abbie Dorn is a single mother, but not your ordinary one. She is paralyzed and has suffered brain damage due to medical malpractice while having her triplets in 2006. Her children now 4 years old are being alienated from their mother. Their father believes that seeing their mother disabled would traumatize the children. This is about a mother's rights, and a fight against the jaws of parental alienation that has bitten many mothers around the country. We want to petition to the Honorable Judge Shaller at the Los Angeles Superior Court, along with President Obama, California Governor Jerry Brown, Lucille Roybal-Allard at the 34th Congressional District to allow Abbie Dorn the right to see her children. She is a mother and she has parental rights along with rights as a disabled American against discrimination.

Letter to
Governor Jerry Brown
California State House
California State Senate
and 2 others
President of the United States
California Governor
Abbie Dorn is a single mother, but not your ordinary one. She is paralyzed and has suffered brain damage due to medical malpractice while having her triplets in 2006. Her children now 4 years old are being alienated from their mother. Their father believes that seeing their mother disabled would traumatize the children. This is about a mother's rights, and a fight against the jaws of parental alienation that has bitten many mothers around the country.

We at Mothers For Justice.com want to petition in honor of Abbie Dorn so she may have the right to see her children. She is a mother, she has a parental right and is protected as a disabled American from discrimination. We believe the children of Abbie Dorn deserve the right to see their mother and that having a disabled parent does not inhibit a child's growth nor traumatize them at all. Give Abbie Dorn visitation with her children and crush parental alienation.

-Mother Justice
www.mothersforjustice.com

Mother Justice started this petition with a single signature, and now has 55 supporters. Start a petition today to change something you care about.