Father's Rights

622 Words Oct 8th, 2012 3 Pages
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April 6, 2011
Why Fathers should have Equal Rights? Due to problems arising out of bitter divorces, custody, and support battles fathers are ostracize out of their children’s life. Fathers are often looked at as the bad person when things go wrong and being the blame. Fathers are just as responsible for the child being born as the mother. Over the years fathers continue to fight for equal rights, mothers are looked at as the victims and often make false statements about the fathers to suit their own selfish needs. Accusations of sexual and child abuse by mothers of the noncustodial fathers are often found to be untrue. However women being resentful of their husbands because of infidelity making it impossible
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The mother keeps the child away from the father even if he is or is not paying support just because she can’t have that man. While support becomes the issues and not the child that thought alone of the father being put through this to satisfy the personal vengeance, and child suffers in the process. Therefore due to problems arising out of bitter divorces, custody, and support battles fathers are ostracize out of their children’s life those issues are driving forces why fathers should have equal rights. Not all women are like this but, for the ones that are rules need to be set in place to protect the father just as well as the child. Not all fathers are bad and should not be looked at and contained in a box with those who refuse to take responsibility for their children. What it should all come down to is the welfare of the child but, in all court battles for custody, support, it is put in a system that is judging a person not by their actions but by accusation of one that has axe to grind against another. Fathers still have the right to access school and other records concerning their children. Nearly 40 percent of all American children, and 69 percent of black children, are born outside of marriage. This leaving the woman to think that she has to be the father and mother becoming angry and bitter, we all should have rights when it come to our children but, they should all be equal rights because when it all boils down to it, the child