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Intended legislation may protect victims of domestic abuse

A member of the New York State Assembly recently announced his intention to file legislation that may reduce the alarming number of children's deaths resulting from domestic abuse. It will provide noncustodial caretakers of children with additional rights in an effort to allow timely action in cases where domestic abuse is suspected. It will also place additional responsibility on the custodial parent.

Many call for reforms in child support and how fathers are viewed

In 1986, Bill Moyers interviewed a father who actually bragged about not helping to provide for his six offspring. The resulting fallout led to greater enforcement of child support orders. There are many who are now calling for much-needed reform in how these monies are collected and the often over-looked value that non-custodial fathers can have in the lives of their children. There may be thousands of children in New York who could benefit from more time with their fathers.

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