Custody battles suck.

The stress, time, and money spent are unnerving, and unnecessary. Antiquated notions of family are codified into law and administered by profiteering court system that costs us $50 billion every year. We need change.
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The law needs an overhaul.

Custody laws needs to reflect our 21st century notions of equality and the massive mountain of scientific research indicating that equal parenting time is best for children. We need the law to presume that parenting time should be an equal 50-50 split, unless one parent is unfit or unwilling.


The constitutionality of state statutes is one avenue of attack and reform. A federal class action is another. Our goal is to build coalitions, share legal arguments, and leave a new legacy for our children: equal parenting.


We are growing a network of advocates to protect the fundamental right of parents under the Constitution. If you are reading this, we want to enlist your support.


Whether you have a case pending presently or suffered previously, for our children and our children’s children, the burden is on us to challenge laws that don’t keep pace with equality.
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We Need Change.

Countless studies have concluded that equal time with both parents is in the best interest of the children. Unfortunately, the laws make it essentially impossible to procure 50-50 [percent] custody. We are exploring opening a class action lawsuit and would love to hear your story.
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