Resources

If you really want to understand what is happening to you in the "Family Court" process, and excellent book to read is by our past President James Novak.

The book is titled "The Wisconsin Father's Guide to Divorce & Custody". It is still exremely relevent today as many of Wisconsin Family laws have not changes in the last 10 years. This book can be found at nearly every library in Wisconsin or purchased online from Amazon.com.

A revised standard for calculating child support orders became effective on January 1, 2004.  See the Child Support Calculator child support calculator.

For information on how to be a better parent, and parenting issues go to Parenting resources.

In most cases, keeping families together is best for kids. For help in resolving family conflicts and preserving the family unit go to family preservation.

To keep informed about your child's academic progress and school activities see Contacting your child's school.

Information for men who are victims of domestic abuse.

If you need to deal with the legal system see Legal resources.

General Membership Meetings
Guest speakers  meet the WFCF General Membership and share their perspectives on WFCF topics.

All Dad's Email Helpline
The best way to contact WFCF
. The Email helpline is a WFCF service to provide support for parents dealing with divorce and paternity issues.  
  

All Dad's Phone Helpline (608) ALL-DADS 
The All Dad's helpline is a WFCF service to provide support for parents dealing with divorce and paternity issues.  

More Than Just a Paycheck

A well written book by a WFCF member abount his experiences and emotions while going through a divorce in central Wisconsin.

Today's Dads Newsletter
Our monthly newsletter is filled with information regarding WFCF events, legal issues, and other current information relevant to the issues of concern to Wisconsin fathers.

Father's Night Out
WFCF offers a Father's Night Out social event to members and friends in Green Bay, Madison, and Milwaukee areas.  This is a great way to get to know and network with other Dads who have gone or are going through the court system.  Both men and women are welcome.

WFCF Email Chat 
Our chat group (actually a discussion list) allows members to quickly and easily communicate regarding issues of interest.  Post your questions and help other Dads here.

 

 


If you need help, contact the Wisconsin Fathers Helpline 

Let your voice be heard:
Are you unhappy about the way you were treated in your case or about current
laws?  Let your legislator know about it.  They are the ones who can change the
laws that the courts enforce.
Contact your legislator.

Get involved and join now!
For $30 you can become a member of WFCF.