Divorced Dads need more than legal help. They need solutions to everyday problems. They battle emotional, financial, family, work, plus a myriad of issues, many unforeseen. So what to do and where to go? The law office of Cordell and Cordell has come up with a series of potential resources for Dads who will eventually, need more personal than legal help. These are helpful links to help divorced dads.
Disclaimer: We do not endorse these organizations, nor do we sponsor them or recommend all their recommendations. That said, we do in fact like them, otherwise they wouldn’t be on the list. :p
Has savvy solutions for today’s connected dads. From Armin Brott, who wrote the essay, “Not all Men are Sly Foxes,”
and who was called, “the superdad’s superdad,”
by Time Magazine.
Lobbying arm for the National Congress for Fathers and Children. Fatherhood Coalition advocates for the institution for fatherhood, encompassing the full range of human behaviors and endeavors that flow from the father-child relationships. It works to promote shared parenting and to end the discrimination and persecution faced by divorced fathers.
Formerly fathers and families, is a Massachusetts-based non-profit organization that advocates for the right of every child to have two parents. Also called, a “fathers rights organization,”
the NPO is comprised of both men and women who believe that fathers are essential part of a child’s life and that divorce or separation should not change this.
The mission of Fathers for Equal Rights, Inc, is to promote family laws and practices that will respect the rights and needs of all family members. This is the organization I turned to back in 1998 when I first entered my paternity suit.
Next time, we’ll have resources specifically for parents and children and other miscellaneous resources.
What organization do you recommend? What resources have you used in the past?
Featured image from Dollar Photo Club.