Category Archives: Maternal Rights

child apprehension trigger : poppy seed bagel

Update 2018 09 28: Added links to related articles Child apprehension trigger: poppy seed bagel, but where is the father? Child Protective Services in Pennsylvania removed a one-day old baby from her mother because of a poppy seed bagel. Where was the father?   The story does not mention a father, not even in any of the comments.  The moral is: fathers don’t matter. Other than that, Can eating poppy seeds really cause you to fail a drug test? April 16, 2014 Emily Upton Mark asks: Will eating poppy seed muffins cause you to fail a drug test? When Elaine on Seinfeld failed a drug test after eating a poppy … Continue reading

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Sins of the mother — Updates

Originally posted 2006 10 20 at Fathers for Life Updated 2018 09 29: Added links to related articles Sins of the mother — Updates • It’s a familiar story. Locality, circumstances, name and age of the dead child change, some things don’t when mothers kill. Sins of the mother Barbara Kay, National Post Published: Wednesday, October 11, 2006 We have heard the story before. The names change, the province changes, the particulars of the custody case change, the age of the dead child changes, but some things stay the same when a mother kills her own children: Any objective observer can see the tragedy coming a mile away, the children are … Continue reading

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Help request: Child abduction and alimony

Help request: Child abduction and alimony On 16/09/2010 12:33 AM, [Name omitted] wrote: Sent from my iPhone Begin forwarded message: Hi I’m a father of two girls … My common law wife took off with the girls 18 months ago. My life has been hell. I was the stay at home dad … Took care of kids and also worked and gave all money to wife for investments and expenses. When she left she put a retraining order against me even though I had done nothing …. She simply told me she wishes to move away and is determined not to have me involved in my girls lifes. I have … Continue reading

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Four homosexual parents for one boy

Four homosexual parents for one boy Today I came across a story about an Australian judge having awarded child-visitation rights to two gay men who took turns donating sperm to two lesbians. The story appeared on the German-language blog http://www.in-australien.com, apparently a gay-rights-oriented blog, at http://www.in-australien.com/baby-mit-4-homosexuellen-eltern-das-gericht-fallt-ein-urteil_103692 The story is dated Sept. 15, 2010 and mentions that the court decision involves a lesbian couple in Melbourne, with no identification of where the two gay men hail from.  The judge in the case is ostensibly Linda Dessau, but I have no clue as to which court she resides at. Although I spent a considerable amount of time searching for English-language verification of … Continue reading

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Children of paternity fraud writ large

Last updated 2018 10 02 Children of paternity fraud writ large — This is about paternity fraud with a twist, taking Father State for a ride.  It is part of a much bigger business, defrauding the taxpayers. Usually, paternity fraud targets specific men. In this case, and it is probably only one of many more, the taxpayers are the victims of massive paternity fraud. Spiegel Online Sep. 10, 2010 Paris – He had claimed to be the natural father of 55 children – and now was exposed as a con-man. A 55-year-old man from France confessed to have falsely claimed paternity of 55 children.  In each case he is said … Continue reading

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Custodial mother needs help

Updated 2019 05 02, to add links to related articles. Custodial mother needs help — The names (except mine) shown in the following help request (advice and comment inserted between the lines) are not the real names of the parties, to protect the innocent and the guilty. Hello Mary, You raised a number of points that call into question Canadian rules and practices pertaining to child support due to someone like you, someone who appears to be a citizen or resident of Canada. Firstly, I don’t know whether you are in fact residing in Quebec.  That makes it impossible for me to direct you to an organization that may be … Continue reading

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Facts Everyone Should Know about Desertion

Updated 2019 05 08, to correct view count. Setting the record straight, “…many – men in particular – are very confused about the difference between separation and desertion.” Guest post by Roger Eldridge, National Mens Council of Ireland Note by F4L:  I am not a legal expert in such matters, but, having gone through the experience of being deserted, some years ago, I am quite confident that what Roger describes applies as well in Canada and perhaps also in other nations. Roger told it well, and it should be shown to as many people as possible. —Walter It is very clear when discussing their difficulties with callers to our help-line … Continue reading

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Judge dismisses Lloyd EPO

Last updated 2018 10 02 Judge dismisses Lloyd EPO (emergency protective order), due to the ex-wife having made false allegations, but as of now no decision has been made as to which of the two parents will have custody of the child at the core of the dispute.  That, according to the judge in Fleming County District Court, is up to the circuit court to decide. The Ledger Independent 2 September 2010 Judge dismisses Lloyd EPO By Misty Maynard, Staff Writer Ledger Independent FLEMINGSBURG – Questions concerning custody of a daughter linger, but an emergency protective order secured by Fleming County Hospital Chief Executive Officer Davie Lloyd against ex-husband Brett Lloyd … Continue reading

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Women claim tribes won’t enforce child support

Capitol Weekly (U.S.A.) 2 September 2010 Women claim tribes won’t enforce child support By Malcolm Maclachlan When Christina Brown got together with her soon-to-be ex-husband in the early 1990s, they were poor. But he’s a member of the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians. When the tribe’s casino opened up a few years later, the checks started rolling in, around $20,000 a month. They moved out of their mobile home into a big house. Nice cars and a 34-foot Fleetwood motor home followed. After what she described as a worsening domestic situation, she left him in 2007. Brown, who noted that she once had a drug problem, said she’s been clean … Continue reading

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Mother sues son she abandoned

Last updated 2018 10 04 This is outrageous! Mother sues son she abandoned B.C. woman, 71, seeks support from children under archaic statute By Denise Ryan, Postmedia News July 25, 2010 The Edmonton Journal When Ken Anderson was just 15, his mother, Shirley, made it clear: She didn’t want him anymore. Ken’s father, a long-haul trucker, had been transferred from Osoyoos, B.C., to the province’s Kootenay region. Although their marriage was rocky, Shirley followed, taking her second-youngest son, Darryl, with her. Ken was left behind. Ken had plenty of time to think about it as he wiped bug splatter off car windshields and pumped gas, lucky to pick up some … Continue reading

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