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Is there a bias against men in family courts? How does this system hurt families and our society?
Issues like custody of children, parental alienation and paternity fraud are just the beginning…
Divorce and family courts change people’s lives forever. Numerous men believe there is a bias against them and as a result, many fathers have been separated from their children and reduced to being weekend dads. Accusations of parental alienation and calls for more shared parenting are abound.
Groups like the Men’s rights movement and the fathers’ rights movement have strengthened in the past few years, while other groups like MGTOW (Men Going Their Own Way) have a growing online presence. But is there a bias against men in the family court system? I’ll find out!
So far I have shot about 20% of the footage I need to make this my first feature length documentary, but I must finish it. My goal is to investigate the treatment of men in the family court systems of United States and Canada and ask some hard questions. Is there a bias against men? How did these family court systems come about, what effect do they have on us, who really gains from family court, who loses, and above all, what can be done about it?