Going state by state to change legislation for equal Shared Parenting, false accusations, and custodial interference.

FUAN August 2021 Advocate of the Month

Congratulations to Mark Esquibel for being named FUAN August 2021 Advocate of the Month! (Apologies for the late release). In August 2020, Mark co-founded the FCACC (Family Court Anti-Corruption Coalition) and the FRF (Family Resource Foundation) to fight against CPS, Family Court and Guardianship Fraud. Mark has collaborated with Families United Action Network – FUAN and Dad Talk Today throughout the United States, going state by state to change legislation for equal Shared Parenting, false accusation and custodial interference. Mark believes children have the right to love and be loved by both fit, loving, and available parents. Click here to learn more: https://www.familiesunite.org/august-2021-advocate/Do you know someone that you think is worthy of Family Law Reform recognition? Why not nominate them as a FUAN Advocate of the Month? Just submit their name and why you feel they should be considered. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NJF7RML

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I love life and people. I am a daughter, mother, and a grandmother.

One thought on “Going state by state to change legislation for equal Shared Parenting, false accusations, and custodial interference.”

  1. This is outrageous as shameful to USA .These prison administrators should all be prosecuted for harsh and unusual treatment and ordered to pay the state back for their yearly wages plus punitive damages. State Senators should make walk through inspections every six months.

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