Frequently Asked Questions

We have answered some of the most frequently asked questions about membership and our organization.

What We Can Do

Yes and No. We are volunteers and we do not offer legal advice or legal services. We can and do offer legal resources (Pro Se) as well as offer personal advice as to what we would do in situations based on our personal family court experiences .

Yes and No. There are legal processes required to handle child custody. We can point you to the steps required in Family Court. Use our website as a resource to move forward with your individual case.

Yes. We can offer some advice and assistance in regards to co-parenting.

yes and No. We are a 501(c) non-profit and are limited on our lobbying capability. We do advocate and meet with legislators to educate them on family court issues and the effects on separated parents. In a limited amount, we do offer legislative changes to legislators to improve family court issues. We highly recommend contacting your State legislators and request a change.

Becoming A Member

Membership is $20. It is a one-time payment with a life-long membership.

Your membership helps fund our organization and support our cause. Your membership also gains you access to our phone helpline.

Yes. You can withdrawl from our organizaition, but the membership fee is non-refundable.

Getting Started

For immediate assistance and best guidance, we recommend starting with our helpline. Membership required ($20, one-time).

You do not need membership to use our website. Browse our many resources to best help your case. We recommend looking into the helpful links and legal resources sections first.