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The newsletter of The Fatherhood Coalition-working to stop the war on fatherhood since 1995.

Shared Parenting and Abuse Prevention Due Process Petitions!

Following an injunction issued by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court the Secretary of State's office will prepare two Initiative Petitions for shared parenting and due process rights in abuse protection cases. Signature gathering is excpected to begin by the end of the week (Sept. 20, 2013).

The shared paremnting petition would mandate a presumption of shared equitable custody when parents divorce while the abuse prevention petition would require that all due process rights of civil law be applied in abuse prevention cases.

Massachusetts Attorney General Rejects 'Abuse Protection' and Shared Parenting Petitions

Massachusetts Attorney General again refuses to certify petitions on 'abuse protection' due process rights and for a presumption of shared parenting.

The AG's excuse is that the two petitions will 'affect the powers of the courts'.  The real reason, however, is that they would require that justice be  administered in the courts and the welfare system for family court lawyers in particular would be drastically reduced.

http://www.mass.gov/ago/docs/government/2013-petitions/13-18-letter.pdf

http://www.mass.gov/ago/docs/government/2013-petitions/13-19-letter.pdf

The AG's decision can however be appealed.  Contact us if you would like to support an appeal.

Greater Boston Legal Services Opposes Shared Parenting and Due Process Rights

Despite their logo 'Justice for All'....

Massachusetts Initiative Petitions for Shared Parenting and 'Abuse Prevention' Due Process Rghts Filed

Two initiative petitions were filed with the Massachusetts Attorney General to ensure the right to shared parenting and to due process in so-called 'abuse prevention' court cases.

The petitions (#s 13-18 and 13-19) and can be found here:
http://www.mass.gov/ago/government-resources/initiatives-and-other-ballo...

The AG will decide by Sept. 4 if the petition(s) will be allowed. If so the petition sheets to collect signatures will be available around September 18.