Kimberly Lowe has been named FUAN July 2021 Advocate of the Month! She was born and raised in the state of Virginia, residing in Brunswick County. Having known since the seventh grade she wanted to run for Congress, Lowe – a former educator, a farmer, and policy … Read More
Congratulations to John C. Nichols for being named FUAN June 2021 Advocate of the Month! John was born in Virginia in 1967 and moved to Michigan in 1999. He is the dad of two adult children, one son and one daughter. He has been an electrician for 36 years and … Read More
Iowa adoptees can now get a copy of their original birth certificate as of May 19, 2021. Watch the live interview of Michelle Spear. She tells you what you need to know about this bill and why it is being called a redaction bill rather than an adoptee rights bill. … Read More
We are pleased to announce that Emma Johnson has been chosen as our FUAN May 2021 Advocate of the Month. Emma grew up in our neighboring state of Illinois and attended the University of Illinois at Champaign Urbana. She is the proud mother of two “tweens.” Emma Johnson is a FUAN … Read More
What is this bill about? Does this mean that I can sue my ex for lying in court? No. Not using this law. This means that if your ex lies to the police, or anyone for that matter, you can sue them in court. Can a CPS worker be sued … Read More
Attorney Rosanne Plante interviews one of the thirteen parents victimized by the infamous ghost writing cases and reveals how the judge affected children’s lives.