12 Mar Family Law Reform Informational meeting in Montgomery County
On Tuesday, March 12th, the Alabama Family Rights Association will join Gumptown Magazine hosting a Family Law Reform Informational Meeting at J.W. Beverette’s Soul Food, 1172 S Decatur St, Montgomery, Alabama 36104
The meeting is open to the public and includes a FREE workshop-discussion about efforts to change the current Alabama child custody law (which was enacted in 1852) to guarantee that no child is put at risk.
The Informational Meeting will highlight the scientific data that when both parents are involved in a child’s life, the outcome measurably improves both the child’s life and community.
Guest speakers will include:
• Representative TBA, Alabama State House of Representatives District 31 (Montgomery County)
• Kenneth Paschal, State President, Alabama Family Rights Association, U.S. Army Retired
• All local and state elected officials are invited to attend
The Alabama Family Rights Association will also discuss “State of the Children in Alabama”, the proposed child custody legislation for the 2019 legislative session, action steps for citizens to take.
You can view the fact sheet here.
We would like to invite those impacted by the family law practices, clergy, elected officials and candidates, parents, school counselors and other educational staff members, the administrative office of courts, therapists, mediators, parent-child coordinators, social workers, Alabama DHR representatives, family law attorneys, district attorneys, and judges to attend. One of the greatest economic stimuli for our state is to protect and safeguard the parent-children relationship.