Alabama Family Rights Association (ALFRA) President, Kenneth Paschal, is urging parents to vote “no” to House Bill 333 – a child custody bill.

The bill is sponsored by State Rep Mike Jones, and suggests that children should have ‘frequent and continuing’ contact with both parents, however Paschal argues that this description is insufficient, and it promotes standard visitation rights, which can mean as little as 4-6 days a month with one parent.

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He says:

“Experts in family systems, psychology, sociology, and the like have presented 40 studies, and 112 social scientists around the world have reached a consensus on shared parenting which states ‘…equal or approximately equal time-sharing with a minor child by both fit parents is in the best interest of the child.’”

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A judge in Arkansas has resigned over allegations that involve nude photos and accepting sexual favors in return for reduced sentences.

As CNN reports, no criminal charges have been filed against Judge O. Joseph Boeckmann Jr, who wrote a letter of resignation on May 9th, stating that he would never again seek a job as a local, country or state employee.

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According to JDDC Executive Director David J. Sachar, who contacted Boeckmann’s attorney, 4600 illicit photos were found on the judges computer. He described these as ‘graphic sexual pictures.’

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Pakistan Changes Divorce Law For Christians

May 24, 2016

The Lahore High Court (LHC) has restored Section 7 of the Christian Divorce Act of 1869, voiding the law that had only allowed Christians to get divorced providing an adultery charge. Now, Pakistani Christian couples can divorce or file for separation in accordance with British customs. Thai divorce attorney’s Chaninat and Leeds have been helping […]

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Kazakhstan Land Reform Protesters Jailed

May 24, 2016

Dozens of people in Kazakhstan have been jailed while attending anti-government rallies across the country. The protests surround a controversial proposal for land reforms that will free up the sale and rental of farmland to non-Kazakh nationals. Land lease attorneys in Thailand Chaninat and Leeds are experts in Thai real estate law It is feared […]

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