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So you think you are an advocate for change in family law.

When you ask a question of someone that claims to be an advocate of change, can they answer these questions?

Ask us and we have this knowledge at hand or know where to find it for every state.

Talk to an organization that claims that they wants to change the law and they can’t answer these questions, and you have the wrong information coming to you from the start. That wrong information will set you back in either your case or your efforts to effectively communicate with a legislator.

The list that follows in the root of information that we start discussing with someone that wants to advocate for changes in family law. In “gamer” terms, this is Level One.

We have researched constantly over the years and it shows in what is available here. We are constantly adding more content and will soon be adding an expanded case law library and a section that deals with Children’s Protective Service issues that many face.

So ask yourself a simple question, “Who do you want on your side?”

If you cannot answer the following questions, then you are not and need to do your research.

1. Can you identify where your state’s statues concerning family are located on line?

2. Can you locate your state’s Rules of Civil Procedure are on line?

3. Can you identify where your State’s Rules of Evidence are on line?

4. Can you identify where your local county rules are on line?

5. Do you know where to find your own docket on line?

6. Can you identify the Amendment of the U.S. Constitution that places the right to decide matters of the family solely with the states?

7. Do you know the difference between a fundamental right and a Constitutional right?

8. Do you know who you state Senator or State Representative is? And where to find it?

9. Can you identify the exact language within your state law that is the problem?

10. Can you present the problem to legislators without talking about your own case?

11. Do you know the difference between the two types of child support?

12. Do you know how federal incentives really work and what they really give the states money for?

13. Do you read case law and do you know where to find it on line?

14. Do you know what questions will be asked of you by a legislator if you propose a change in family?

15. Do you know how to defeat the opposition’s stance when they bring it up?

Answer no to any of these questions and you are not an advocate and still have a lot to learn.

Knowing the answers is one thing.

Knowing how to use the information is why we lead the nation in equal custody bills introduced, not presumptions, actual 50-50 default custody bills.


Ohio Family Rights is a national free association of like minded people that work to comprehensively change the way that states and the courts view custody between divorced and never married people.  We have dedicated ourselves to correcting what has long been a major problem of socially engineering fit parents from the lives of their child every day. This goal can only be accomplished by comprehensively correcting the flaws within the “Shared Parenting laws” that are currently in place so that all fit parents and their children can benefit from equal custody. Please join us in our efforts to protect the families of this nation and the future of our children.

We are a free association of people that work in a like manner way. All donations towards the operation of this website and our projects are given of freewill. All material on this website is protected by Copyright © 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016. All third party material is used with the express permission of the original author. Use without permission is prohibited. Please contact us thru our contact page. We have no association with any non-profits and do not claim to be one in any way.

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