Massachusetts Human Trafficking

Attorney Arrested in Tennessee Refuses to be Gagged – How One Woman Dares to Take a Stand Against Child Kidnappings by CPS

by Brian ShilhavyEditor, Health Impact News They arrested a 67-year-old grandmother who has been practicing law for 25 years and advocating for the rights of families, fully intending to intimidate her and silence her, as she exposes the corruption in Tennessee family courts where parents are denied due process of Read More

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Abell Foundation: Child Support Amounts ‘Unrealistic,’ Separates Parents from Kids

July 19, 2019 by Robert Franklin, Esq. Member, National Board of Directors Child support is one of the most important problems facing children seeking to maintain meaningful relationships with both their parents following divorce or separation.  The intention behind child support is sensible – children need to be supported and, Read More

Massachusetts Human Trafficking

Tennessee CPS Attorney Connie Reguli Arrested for Defending A Mother’s Constitutional Rights to Due Process

Attorney Connie Reguli standing up for the rights of families. Image from Facebook. by Brian ShilhavyEditor, Health Impact News Attorney Connie Reguli turned herself into authorities in Brentwood, Tennessee today (July 17, 2019) after learning that there was a warrant out for her arrest. She was released the same day Read More

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Default Shared Parenting: Making It Work For The Kids.

July 17, 2019 by Ginger Gentile, National Parents Organization Deputy Director “It was just easier not to see her.” “They left it up to me if I wanted a relationship with my dad.” “My dad hates my mom. My brother hates my mom, and I can’t see either of them.” Read More

Massachusetts Human Trafficking

Default Shared Parenting: Making It Work For The Kids.

July 17, 2019 by Ginger Gentile, National Parents Organization Deputy Director “It was just easier not to see her.” “They left it up to me if I wanted a relationship with my dad.” “My dad hates my mom. My brother hates my mom, and I can’t see either of them.” Read More

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A Journey of a Thousand Miles Begin with a Single Step

NPO Study Prompts Ohio Counties to Update Parenting Time Rules July 16, 2019 by Don Hubin, PhD When we think of success in promoting shared parenting, the image that often comes to mind is NPO’s stunning success in Kentucky. There, Matt Hale led a successful movement for a dramatic legislative Read More

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Child Abuse Pediatricians Destroying Families by Diagnosing “Abuse” When Medical Condition is Rickets

A few of the families MedicalKidnapping.com has covered over the years where parents have been falsely accused of child abuse based on the testimony of one doctor. More here. by Allie ParkerHealth Impact News The method of diagnosing rickets in infants has been proven to be incorrect, yet it is Read More

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Divorced Dads & Daughters: Why does their relationship take such a hard hit

July 15, 2019 by Dr. Linda Nielsen Based on the social science research summarized in my books for the past three decades, after parents separate, fathers’ relationships with their daughters are generally more damaged than their relationships with their sons.1, 2 This is not especially surprising since, when parents are Read More

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Idaho Residents Show Support for Homeschooled Teen Medically Kidnapped – Mom Continues Fight in Court

Kristine McCreery with her 16 year old son Brandon. Image from Facebook. by Health Impact News Staff For the last 7 months, 16-year-old Brandon McCreery has been separated from the only family he has ever known. After being medically kidnapped by St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital in Boise, over false allegations Read More

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Kentucky: Happy Anniversary Equal Parenting!

July 14, 2019 One year ago today, the first equal parenting law went into effect in Kentucky.  Happy anniversary equal parenting! At the time of passage, the bill was the very picture of popularity.  It passed the Kentucky House by a vote of 81-2 and the Senate unanimously.  With a Read More

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