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Family Law Reform Educational Day and Rally – March 8th

Family Law Reform Educational Day and Rally – March 8th

Family Law Reform Educational Day and Rally
Wednesday, March 8, 2017, at 10 am to 3 pm
Statehouse Montgomery, AL

View PDF of announcement here.

Join us for our Family Law Reform Educational Day and Rally! “Meet and Greet” your legislators before and after the 12 pm to 1 pm Rally. Click here for a sample letter to schedule your “Meet and Greet” with your legislators. We will have an informational table setup on the 6th floor, Room 602, where you can pickup  informational material to share with your legislators beginning at 10:00 am. Around 11:45 am we will walk down stairs to join the Family Law Reform Rally on the State House steps. Speakers will begin at approximately 12:00 pm – we have invited several lawmakers and agency heads!

For any questions, please contact Kenneth Paschal at FamilyDay@alfra.org.

RSVP via Facebook or  here for the Family Law Reform Educational Day and Rally.

In Alabama approximately 40,000 children a year are subjected to being court ordered to seeing one of their fit parents 48-56 hours a month. This is the most important civil and human rights issue of today. Our children cannot speak for themselves on this issue. They need us to do it for them. That’s the point of the Family Law Reform Educational Day and Rally.

Individuals with the common interest to change the child custody law practices and protect children relationships with both parents are invited to participate. Hot dogs, chips, and  bottled water will be provided for participants through generous donations by the Isaak Law Firm.

Come early for best parking.  (Parking around the statehouse is meter parking).

 

***Custom-made signs that accurately support family law reform are welcome during the 12 pm to 1 pm rally.

1Comment
  • Krista Joyce Petty Kimbrell
    Posted at 14:21h, 17 February Reply

    Thank you so much for this. The police/sheriff depts. need to get involved in the enforcement of court orders instead of just saying “It’s a domestic issue, talk to your lawyer (or judge). Every time you talk to the lawyer or bring it BACK to court it costs money, on top of already paying g child support. There need to be severe consiquences for not getting visitation so this will STOP. As the cops say, not knowing is not an excuse, they need to know more about family law and enforce it.