- JOIN WFCF
- WFCF Facebook page / CHAT
- FAMILY COURT Resources Booklet includes: glossary of terms(pg 57) & divorce flow chart(pg 6 and pg 56)
- LEGAL RESOURCES (GENERAL)
- ALL DAD'S HELPLINE
- NEWSLETTERS AND VIDEOS
- BY-LAWS AND BOARD MEMBERS
- WFCF LOGIN
- FATHER'S NIGHT OUT
- FNO TV interview
- DO IT YOURSELF - PRO SE HELP
- ADVOCACY & PUBLIC AWARENESS
- LINKS TO OTHER SITES
- CONTACT US
- Board Meeting Minutes
- CO-PARENTING RULES
- CONTACTING kids SCHOOL for INFO
- CURRENT LEGISLATION
- FIND MY LEGISLATORS
- Family Court / GAL information
- Money Matters for Divorce
- TV interviews
Newsletters and Videos
E-mail the Editor: Pete Kerr (email@example.com)
ARTICLE on Fathers Nights Out in Lacrosse Tribune: paste this into your browser: http://lacrossetribune.com/news/local/wisconsin-fathers-start-monthly-ni...
OR Click here: Wisconsin Fathers start monthly Night Out in LaCrosse
Today's Dad's is our Newsletter which is distributed to our paid member base as well as to Judges, Court Commissioners, Wisconsin Legislators and other people involved in the Family Law System as an educational outreach.
Today's Dads, published quarterly, is a moderate voice for children who's parents aren't married. Seeking fairness, equality and justice in divorce and paternity actions. Advocating diminished use of sole custody and the preservation of family ties. Promoting shared parenting and a child's right to equal access to both parents. Reminding Courts that both parents have a responsibility to provide child support. Opposing false allegations of battering or abuse to gain the upper hand in custody or visitation disputes.
Men's Briefs is our monthly newsletter that has more interacive topics to do with the day-to-day issues that parents have to deal with in the "there is not much family in" Family Court.
It is specifically an electronic newsletter and is available on the public domain via our website and emailed to our members. (Hard copy is also delivered directly to our Representatives and Senator's who are responsibile for maintaining the laws of Wisconsin.
Laws which are supposed to treat its citizens - adults and children alike - in a fair, respectful and equal way.
Laws which hopefully one day will guarantee that for fit and healthy parents who want to be fully involved in their childrens lives, that the child/parent bond of both parents can never be damaged or severed by an unfair, disrespectful and unequal family Court system.
Videos for Parents
These videos are presented for your information on the initiatives that Wisconsin Fathers for Children and Families are doing to make the changes required to enable both parents to be treated equally when it comes to the most imporant issue in thelr lives - their children, and that the children are treated with respect and fairness in having their relationship with both parents guaranteed and treated equally.
Video of 2012 Annual Meeting Opening Address by President - Peter Kerr - Madison January 16th, 2012
Video of General Meeting Opening Address by President - Peter Kerr - Madison August 15th, 2011
Video of General Meeting Erica Christian Questions and Answers - Madison August 15th, 2011
Video of General Meeting Closing Address by President - Peter Kerr - Madison August 15th, 2011
Video of General Meeting Opening Address by President - Peter Kerr - Madison April 11th, 2011
Video of General Meeting Keith Wessell Questions and Answers - Madison April 11th, 2011
Video of General Meeting Closing Address by President - Peter Kerr - Madison April 11th, 2011
Video of Annual Meeting opening address by President - Peter Kerr - Madison January 10th, 2011
Click on the above link to get the ful 1 hour 30 minutes of testimony plus questons and answers (it may take a while to load - so go get a cup of coffee!) or click on the testimony only in 5 parts below)
Part 1 - 10 Minutes
Part 2 - 10 Minutes
Part 3 - 10 Minutes
Part 4 - 10 Minutes
Part 5 - 10 Minutes
(Click on link to active video - then go get a cup of coffee - it will take a while)
We get the video cut and load to YouTube soon!
Alec Baldwin on The View - Part 1
Alec Baldwin on The View - Part 2
Parental Alienation Syndrom - Alec Baldwin
If you need help, contact the Wisconsin Fathers Helpline