November 2018 Advocate – Elisha Doss

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November 2018 Advocate of theMonth, Elisha Doss

FUAN would like to thank and congratulate Elisha Doss of Ankeny, IA on being named the November 2018 Advocate of the Month! Elisha receives this recognition unanimously through the FUAN Board of Directors based on her years behind the scenes and always quality work to bring awareness to Family Law Reform issues locally and throughout the United States. Elisha Doss found … Read More

Iowa 2018 Midterm Elections – Meet the Winners

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On behalf of all of us at Families United Action Network-FUAN, we would like to introduce you to the winners of the Iowa 2018 Midterm Elections. They will take over leadership of the 88th General Assembly of Iowa in January 2019. Regardless of your choice of political party, we encourage you all to reach out to all your personal representatives. Send an … Read More

October 2018 FUAN Advocate

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Congratulations to Shane Jacobs, the October 2018 FUAN Advocate of the Month. A big FUAN shout out to Shane Jacobs, the October 2018 FUAN Advocate of the Month. Shane was chosen for his work within several parental rights organizations. His efforts go hand in hand with Family Law Reform and a parent’s right to determine what is best for their children. The day … Read More

September 2018 FUAN Advocate

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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

Salem Family Courts?

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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