- Learn about your rights as a parent.
- Help to change the system.
- Get the resources you need, now.
If you have family law challenges, our ANCPR Family Law Winning Strategies Handbook is designed to enable noncustodial parents to assert their parental rights by becoming experts in how the system works, and how best to use it to their advantage. To learn more, CLICK HERE.
Are you concerned about father’s rights? Fathers are routinely discriminated against in family court, the district attorney, and the office of c. s. enforcement. Parenting includes much more than writing a check once a month. The best interest of the child is served most effectively by shared parenting. It is the position of ANCPR that father’s rights is actually a subset of the broader issue of parents rights, or parental rights. Yet courts all across the nation continue to ignore the importance of fathers in family court. The District Attorney looks upon fathers as mere pay checks.
Note: We’re in the process of modifying some of this website, so some of the links in the pages linked to below, which are from our old style site, may not all work properly. We’ll get it all fixed soon, but in the meantime, we thank you for your good will and patience.
Family Courts and politicians must stop treating parents like criminals!
CASE LAW RELATING TO C. S. AND CUSTODY
SUPREME COURT DECISIONS CONCERNING C. S.
EVIDENCE IN SUPPORT OF SHARED PARENTING AND JOINTCUSTODY
FILE COMPLAINT AGAINST BAD JUDGE
STATE STATUTES AND LEGISLATURES
WHAT ANCPR STANDS FOR
ANCPR STATEMENT ON INJUSTICE OF CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT POLICY
Text of THE PARENT TRAP, exposing the DA’s coercive and dishonest tactics (Channel 2, Los Angeles, CA)
ANCPR testimony to House Ways and Means concerning injustice of C. S.
Who is really a Deadbeat? You may recognize yourself here.