Should a registered sex offender be granted the right to become a custodial parent? When should the rights of a biological parent be considered inferior to those of a non-parent?
What do we think about women who keep their surnames after marriage? And what do we think about their husbands? The answers are both surprising and telling.
The high cost of fighting for your child. What does protecting your child from a partner who wants to hurt you and them cost? Time, energy… and a lot of money
When we think about intimate partner violence we think about yelling and hitting. We don’t think about electronic abuse; smartphones, thermostats and Alexa.
Kayden Mancuso was killed by a man who was known to be dangerous. But since he was her father, a judge gave him the access he needed to kill her.
People shouldn’t experience domestic violence.Here are signs of domestic violence and ways people can be people be protected from it.
Research shows that child abuse and childhood exposure to domestic violence have life-long negative consequences for kids. But family court judges don’t know this, and until they do children will be harmed
California voters just recalled the judge who famously gave Brock Turner a ridiculously short sentence. This raises some real concerns among legal exerts, but leaving him on the bench would raise some real concerns among everyone.
If the United States were to provide the same financial compensation and respect to protective mothers as it provides to Gold Star military mothers, our family courts would change quickly
How did the #METOO movement start, how will it end, and what can we expect from it? Explore the benefits, possible drawbacks and the future of #METOO
98% of women in abusive relationships do not to leave due to a lack of money. Abuse does not stop there because the children are also in harm’s way.
A lot of people call or chat crisis intervention help lines but what do they really offer, who exactly uses them, and do they really help?
No one thinks of divorces as easy or fun, but ones involving domestic violence or drug use are actually traumatic, and a lot more.
Do doctors know they should screen for intimate partner violence? Do they know how to? And what should their response be if they find a victim?
What happens to kids who are taken away from a safe parent and handed to an abuser because of the Custody Court Crisis? Listen to a courageous kid’s story
When custody courts deal with allegations of abuse and parental alienation they make dangerous decisions most of the time.
Sex abuse is still a part of Dylan Farrow’s life, as is the injustice that comes with the way we deal with sex abuse. We need to listen to survivors.
Is your partner sabotaging your mental health or causing you to relapse into substance abuse? You’re not alone, but you need to understand what it means.
Choking or strangulation is shockingly common in domestic violence. What do you need to know about it? Can it be treated? How can we prevent it?
Learn about trauma, your brain on trauma, the relationship between custody courts and trauma, and what we can do about it.
National Domestic Violence expert Barry Goldstein and Stop Abuse Campaign’s Andrew Willis discuss what we can do to fix the family court crisis.
Protective mothers have said for years that the flawed practices in custody courts hurt the children. Court officials have reacted defensively.
There are twelve things we can do that would make tragedies like the recent mass shooting in Texas much more rare
New York Congressman Dan Donovan adds his support to the growing list of federal legislators interested in fixing the nation’s Custody Court Crisis
An interview with the director of the upcoming documentary What Doesn’t Kill Me, about family court-ordered abuse