Fathers and Mothers


Court Awards Sole Custody to Father Due to Mother’s Parental Alienation   Argued: November 17, 2010, Opinion Issued: March 31, 2011

 “The false allegations of abuse significantly interfered with Miller’s visitation and deprived him of any relationship with his children for years.  Further, as a result of the false allegations, both children have been subjected repeatedly to invasive physical examinations, they have been interviewed by DCYF and law enforcement ..”  Read More>>>

Family law issues take their toll

“The 48-year-old father of two says he hasn’t seen his children, who live in Orillia with their mother — his ex — for two years.”

“I’ve almost given up on the way it (the courts) operate. They don’t give the fathers a chance to speak,” he said, minutes before a few dozen people and children began blowing bubbles to mark Parental Alienation Day at Barrie’s Centennial Beach, Monday.

Self was just one of a dozen parents who’ve lost touch with their children through divorce.

Around the globe, countries including, the U.S., Germany, Australia, Sweden and Canada were drawing attention to parents involved in desperate custodial battles they feel are drawn out in the family law courts.

Paulette MacDonald, organizer of the waterfront meet, encouraged the adults and children to blow the iridescent soap bubbles across the park, in memory of Sophia and Serena Campione, Barrie children who were drowned by their mother, Elaine, during a vicious custody battle. Read More>>>

How come the Family Review has been kept a secret and not put in the media?   Mr Clarke, believes it is not news worthy enough Read More>>>

 “The men’s and fathers’ movement needs to make sure it never sees females as the enemy, but only misandry–whether from females or from males.  If not, we’ll become like the bigoted feminists that this movement was formed to oppose.”

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53 Responses to Fathers and Mothers

  1. towardchange says:

    “In the following cases, a higher court affirmed a lower’s court’s ruling based, in part, on findings regarding allegations of parental alienation. My explanatory text is italicized and blue. When words are italicized in the excerpts below, the emphasis has been added to draw attention to the inclusion of concepts related to parental alienation and parental alienation syndrome. Although these court decisions are public record, other than the case citation, the names of the parents and children have been redacted in the excerpts.” http://www.warshak.com/alienation/pa-references/paslegal.html

    ​One of the more controversial topics addressed in our recent coverage of problems in California’s family courts is the legitimacy of ‘Parental Alienation Syndrome.’
    http://blogs.sfweekly.com/thesnitch/2011/03/parental_alienation_syndrome_a.php

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    “Unfounded allegations of child sexual abuse cost a Severn man months of quality time with his two young daughters and his job as a mortgage consultant with a local bank. A county jury found that the false light put on Darryl Ginyard and the punitive damages he incurred after his ex-wife falsely accused him of sexually abusing their children were worth $850,000.” http://www.hometownannapolis.com/news/for/2011/07/14-50/Falsely-accused-man-awarded-852K.html

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