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Alabama Family Rights Association



PRESERVE children and parent's fundamental rights;

PROMOTE equal parenting times with each parent;

PROTECT children from being placed at risk.





ALFRA Goal:

To support change to the Alabama child custody law, enacted in 1852, to guarantee that no child is put at risk. All children have a fundamental right to each fit parent regardless of the parents marital status.

ALFRA is an association of action that works to educate others about the Alabama family law judicial system.

We place an emphasis on families and supports children have the involvement of both parents active in their lives, although the parents are no longer living together.

ALFRA advocates safeguarding constitutional rights of children and parents, and supports change to the 1852 child custody law, which creditable research indicates places a negative impact upon all of society.

Our members only area is accessible with a tax deducible membership fee of $25 per year. Any contribution amount will be used to help reform Alabama family law.


FACTS SUPPORTING 1852 CUSTODY LAW SHOULD BE UPDATED



ALFRA LEGAL DEFENSE FUND

Click the above link for more information about making a tax deductible donation to help with legal costs for an appeal to the US Supreme Court challenging Alabama's judicial rule the McLendon Standard as unconstitutional.



Alabama Governor Bentley's
“Family Day” Proclamation Signing Ceremony
 August 26, 2015

Pictured from Left to Right: Kenneth Paschal,  Director of Governmental Affairs ALFRA, Children Rights Activist, Retired U.S. First Sergeant; Coni Fievet-Crawford, Founder, President Facing Forward; helping women become Victors over domestic violence; Marcie Foster, Commissioner for Cherokee County and Attorney at Law; Miranda Joseph, Proud parent and supporter of Family Day & ALFRA; Mackenzie McLendon, Young voter and supporter of Family Day & ALFRA; Sonya McLendon, Proud parent and supporter of Family Day & ALFRA; Jan Corbett, Coordinator, Shelby County Drug Free Coalition.
 
 
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