September 2018 FUAN Advocate

FUANAdvocate of the Month, News & Events

September 2018 FUAN Advocate of the Month - Jay Moss

Three Cheers for Jay Moss, The September 2018 FUAN Advocate of the Month. For those that might not be familiar with Jay, you probably live a more “normal” life. Jay Moss is the FUAN Advocate of the Month for his relentless/revealing crusade to help others share their experiences and solutions towards Family Law Reform on local and national levels. His networking and uniting of the … Read More

How to Vote for Family Values in 10 Easy Steps

FUANNews & Events, News You Can Use

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As the days of summer are winding down, the 2018 Midterm general elections are heating up.  It seems that every day all you have to do is pick up the newspaper, turn on the TV, or glance at your phone, and you will hear another story of political corruption. Is this a sign of the times and just the way things … Read More

Salem Family Courts?

FUANGuest Contributor, News & Events, News You Can Use

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Today’s Family Law “Special Courts” Remind Us Of Yesterday’s “Special Courts” of Salem In 1692 the governor of the Massachusetts colony established a “special court” to hear certain cases. These courts allowed practically any evidence, including dreams, to be used to convict and even execute the accused based on a standard that is still in use today in civil courts, “a … Read More

August 2018 FUAN Advocate

FUANAdvocate of the Month, News & Events, News You Can Use

Zachary Martin, Your AUGUST 2018 FUAN ADVOCATE OF THE MONTH

Congratulations to Zachary Martin – The August 2018 FUAN Advocate of the Month. Zachary was chosen to be the August 2018 FUAN Advocate of the Month due to his marketing and fundraising talents he has so kindly shared within the movement. At the beginning of August, he hosted an event, “Kids Deserve Dads Inaugural Banquet,” that raised over $24,000 for Family Law Reform … Read More