Fathers Resources International

Fathers Resources International

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Do you want to get involved? We are looking for Reporters, Columnists and Archivists. Some projects will require in-depth research on a specific issue, others may involve collecting statistics and posting published materials, journals and research. Lastly, we want to sponsor studies that will prove the value of fathers remaining in the lives of their children, post divorce.

DO YOU HAVE: News, stories, editorials, cartoons, artwork,  pictures, audio, video? WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!  Do you want to contribute to our Blog or Podcasts? We are interested in receiving your stories, audio clips, questions about Divorced Dads and their Paternal family such as aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents.

Are you interested in writing or creating audio versions of children's stories?
Maybe you have music for our Blog:
www.Divorced-Dad-Daily.Com
or Podcast: Divorced Dads Rights: DadCast

Click here to send us your Submissions

DO YOU HAVE QUESTIONS FOR OUR PODCAST?
You can also reach us at:
editor@divorced-dad-daily.com
Watch for the answers in upcoming episodes.

**IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT SUPPORT GROUP MEETINGS**
We do not offer legal advice at our support group meetings. Legal advice can only be obtained from a lawyer. We do not have a lawyer in attendance at our support group meetings. Our free support group meetings are chaired by a senior certified law clerk who is also a divorced father and an adult child of divorce. Our Support Group meetings are a place to share and exchange personal experience and knowledge about the process of separation and divorce. Discussions at our meetings are of a supportive nature so that fathers can gain a clearer understanding of separation/divorce from the perspective of fathers who have had success in Family Court. Meeting dates are subject to change.
**IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT SUPPORT GROUP MEETINGS**
We do not offer legal advice at our support group meetings. Legal advice can only be obtained from a lawyer. We do not have a lawyer in attendance at our support group meetings. Our free support group meetings are chaired by a senior certified law clerk who is also a divorced father and an adult child of divorce. Our Support Group meetings are a place to share and exchange personal experience and knowledge about the process of separation and divorce. Discussions at our meetings are of a supportive nature so that fathers can gain a clearer understanding of separation/divorce from the perspective of fathers who have had success in Family Court. Meeting dates are subject to change.

DISCLAIMER

All information, documents, links, resources on this website and the information discussed at our Q&A support group meetings DOES NOT CONSTITUTE LEGAL ADVICE.  If you wish legal advice please consult with a lawyer. The information on this website is simply one possible starting point for your 'strategic consideration'.

DISCLAIMER

All information, documents, links, resources on this website and the information discussed at our Q&A support group meetings DOES NOT CONSTITUTE LEGAL ADVICE.  If you wish legal advice please consult with a lawyer. The information on this website is simply one possible starting point for your 'strategic consideration'.
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DADcast Archive

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Welcome to our DADcast Archive...
 

Welcome to our archived weekly 60 minute Podcast "Audio Newsletter" called DADcast featuring News, Interviews and audio clips from our Support meetings. You can participate in our Podcasts too, by sending us your questions by email, which we'll answer in an upcoming episode. We'll be covering a wide range of topics of interest to separated or divorced fathers and their new partners and extended family.

To learn more about Podcasts please read Podcast FAQs below. Lastly, we want to hear from you, please let us know what you think about DADcast!

Podcast FAQs What's a Podcast?

It's an audio file in an MP3 format.

Where can I listen to this Podcast called DADcast?

You can listen to a Podcast (MP3) file on an Apple iPod, other MP3 players, on your computer and on some of the newer cell phones and PDAs (Personal Digital Assistant, such as a Blackberry if you have th right software installed). You can also listen to it on your computer by clicking the play button arrow on the left (below). The audio will stream to your computer.

Can I listen to DADcast and browse Divorced-Dad-Daily.com at the same time?

If you want to browse Divorced-Dad-Daily.com and listen to DADcast at the same time, click play and the audio will begin. Then open a new browser window and you can read the latest news on the site.

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Divorced Dads Rights - DadCast - Episode # 12
"Divorce 101:
Learning & Applying The Steps"
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Length: 60 Minutes
Recording/Mixdown date: June 18 & 19, 2006
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Release date: June 20, 2006
Copyright - June 18, 2006,
Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
All rights reserved worldwide


THIS WEEK’S WE DISCUSS:

1. “ The Divorced Dad RoadMap continues…Step 6 - Divorce 101: Parenting Enrichment

2. “ The Divorced Dad RoadMap continues…Step 7 - Divorce 101: Waging Peace in Family Court

3. News items – DADcast joins the Krights.com Radio Network; Excerpt from: Fathers Rights Activist Doug Richardson - Paternity Fraud, the Unconstitutional Termination of Parental Rights and one mans struggle against the Evil Family Law Empire

4. An Inside Look: Our Fathers Resources Meeting: When dad has primary care and control and Mom says” “I won’t negotiate, I want custody lets go to Family Court instead…because I can’t lose…” Part two

5. Divorce 101 – Applying the Divorce 101 steps to your case; Coaching, Mentoring and Masterminding your way to positive, child focused solutions.

6. Top 10 Divorced-Dad-Daily Countdown

7. The 52 Top Reasons "Dave" should listen to DadCast this Year - Reason # 43

8. Editorial – Scott Paton – The Dean of Blogonomics and Podology – Our mentor from the Internet Marketing Center (IMC) and a TRUE “Podcasting and RSS Genius” – We’re working with Scott on something “Top Secret”…. with the initials PMC...

9. You can participate in DadCast by sending us questions, audio, news, documents et cetera - Click here to send your submissions or ask your questions.

Please let us know what you think about DADcast!

PRODUCTION NOTES
Divorced-dad-daily.com - Hosts: Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
Producer/Audio Engineer - Danny Guspie
Music by The Danny's

Please let us know what you think about DADcast!

PRODUCTION NOTES
Divorced-dad-daily.com - Hosts: Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
Producer/Audio Engineer - Danny Guspie
Music by The Danny's

Go to DIVORCED-DAD-DAILY.COM

Sign up for FREE help from successful divorced dads for Family Court.

Stop losing, paying huge legal bills and START WINNING NOW!

Fathers Resources International (FRI) Executive Director Danny Guspie and National Shared Parenting Association President, Heidi Nabert discuss fathers rights, family court activism; Mentoring by successful divorced dads for newbies to Family Court.
6/20/2006 1:26:00 PM
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Divorced Dads Rights - DadCast - Episode # 11
"Representing yourself at Family Court – Watching the Action"
Length: 60 Minutes
Recording/Mixdown date: May 21, 2006
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Release date: May 24, 2006
Copyright - May 21, 2006,
Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
All rights reserved worldwide

THIS WEEK’S WE DISCUSS:

1. “ The Divorced Dad RoadMap continues…Representing yourself at Family Court – Watching the action

2. “ The Divorced Dad RoadMap continues…Learn how to argue in Family Court and win every time: A great book by Wyoming Lawyer Jerry Spence.

3. News items – Money! That’s what I want! The top 10 eye watering divorce settlements reported in the UK; Paul McCartney headed to Divorce Court; Divorced Dad seeks Judge Judy’s help; Lesbians seeking first “Gay Divorce” after three months, New York Appellate Court may eliminate the scandal of paternity fraud cases; Florida awaiting Governor Jeb Bush’s signature on bill aimed at paternity fraud

4. Questions from our listeners for Danny and Heidi

5. An Inside Look: Our Fathers Resources Meeting: When dad has primary care and control and Mom says” “I won’t negotiate, I want custody lets go to Family Court instead…because I can’t lose…”

6. Divorce 101 – Creating a Game Plan for your Divorce Management Plan – Step Five– Mediation

7. Top 10 Divorced-Dad-Daily Countdown

8. The 52 Top Reasons "Dave" should listen to DadCast this Year - Reason # 44

9. Editorial – Scott Paton – The Dean of Blogonomics and Podology – Our mentor from the Internet Marketing Center (IMC) and a TRUE “Podcasting and RSS Genius” – We’re working with Scott on something “Top Secret”….

10. You can participate in DadCast by sending us questions, audio, news, documents et cetera - Click here to send your submissions or ask your questions.
5/24/2006 3:33:00 PM
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Divorced Dads Rights - DadCast - Episode # 10
"You are your child’s best advocate"
Length: 60 Minutes
Recording/Mixdown date: May 9, 2006
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Release date: May 10, 2006
Copyright - May 9, 2006,
Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
All rights reserved worldwide
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THIS WEEK’S WE DISCUSS:
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1. “ The Divorced Dad RoadMap continues…You are your child’s best advocate

2. “ The Divorced Dad RoadMap continues…Divorced dad advocate solutions

3. News items – Ontario Court of Appeal – Unanimous ruling on Parental Alienation. Syndrome transfers custody from Mom to Dad; P. Diddy must pay $20,000.00 monthly in child support; John Stossel’s Myths, Lies, and Downright Stupidity: The Divorce revolution Statistics of professor Lenore Weitzman whose3 false statistics created the myth of the Deadbeat Dad; Helpline launched in the UK to ease the pain of divorce

4. Questions from our listeners for Danny and Heidi

5. An Inside Look: Our Fathers Resources Meeting: When dad has primary care and control and Mom says” “I won’t negotiate, I want custody lets go to Family Court instead…because I can’t lose…”

6. Divorce 101 – Creating a Game Plan for your Divorce Management Plan – Step Four– Negotiation

7. Top 10 Divorced-Dad-Daily Countdown

8. The 52 Top Reasons "Dave" should listen to DadCast this Year - Reason # 45

9. Editorial – Scott Paton – The Dean of Blogonomics and Podology – Our mentor from the Internet Marketing Center (IMC) and a TRUE “Podcasting and RSS Genius” – We’re working with Scott on something “Top Secret”….

10. You can participate in DadCast by sending us questions, audio, news, documents et cetera - Click here to send your submissions or ask your questions.
5/18/2006 8:59:00 AM
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Divorced Dads Rights - DadCast - Episode # 9
"Parental and Institutional Child Abuse Defined"
Length: 60 Minutes
Recording/Mixdown date: May 9, 2006
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Release date: May 10, 2006
Copyright - May 9, 2006,
Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
All rights reserved worldwide
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THIS WEEK’S WE DISCUSS:

1. “ The Divorced Dad RoadMap continues…The Best Interest of the Child Defined

2. “ The Divorced Dad RoadMap continues…Parental and Institutional Child Abuse Defined

3. News items – Man denied domestic violence services after he's beaten by his wife - so he's suing California and one of its agencies in Sacramento; New Zealand fathers are protesting outside Judge's homes…; Judge tells Harvard Law School that American Justice System is "Corrupt beyond recognition…" ; Tom Crusie's 40 million Dollar pre-nuptial - Katie's dad is a lawyer…

4. Questions from our listeners for Danny and Heidi

5. An Inside Look: Our Fathers Resources Meeting: Potential Move-away case involving transportation issues

6. Divorce 101 – Creating a Game Plan for your Divorce Management Plan – Step Three – Communication

7. Top 10 Divorced-Dad-Daily Countdown

8. The 52 Top Reasons "Dave" should listen to DadCast this Year - Reason # 46

9. Editorial – Scott Paton – The Dean of Blogonomics and Podology – Our mentor from the Internet Marketing Center (IMC) and a TRUE “Podcasting and RSS Genius” ; DADcast page is now re-organized; archives of the show

10. You can participate in DadCast by sending us questions, audio, news, documents et cetera - Click here to send your submissions or ask your questions.
5/10/2006 12:20:00 PM
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Divorced Dads Rights - DadCast Episode # 8
"Waging Peace as your Core Strategy"
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Length: 60 Minutes
Recording/Mixdown date: May 1-2, 2006
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Release date: May 3, 2006
Copyright - May 1, 2006,
Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
All rights reserved worldwide
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THIS WEEK’S WE DISCUSS:

1. “ The Divorced Dad RoadMap continues…Parenting Education

2. “ The Divorced Dad RoadMap continues…Waging Peace as your core strategy

3. News items – Men in Black Protest gathers interest worldwide; Joint Custody at work in the matrimonial home; Teen Sues for right to know her Dad’s true identity; fathers Day facts; custody bill dead in NY legislature – Stuck in committee for several months

4. Questions from our listeners for Danny and Heidi

5. An Inside Look: Our Fathers Resources Meeting: Potential Move-away case involving transportation issues

6. Divorce 101 – Creating a Game Plan for your Divorce Management Plan – Step Two – Education

7. Top 10 Divorced-Dad-Daily Countdown

8. The 52 Top Reasons "Dave" should listen to DadCast this Year - Reason # 47

9. Editorial – Scott Paton – The Dean of Blogonomics and Podology – Our mentor from the Internet Marketing Center (IMC) and a TRUE “Podcasting and RSS Genius” ; DADcast page is now re-organized; archives of the show

10. You can participate in DadCast by sending us questions, audio, news, documents
Click here to send your submissions or ask your questions.
5/3/2006 8:39:00 AM
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xDivorced Dads Rights - DadCast Episode # 7
"Who Really has Custody of your Kids?”
Length: 60 Minutes
Recording/Mixdown date: April 23-24, 2006
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Release date: April 24, 2006
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Copyright - April 23, 2006,
Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
All rights reserved worldwide
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THIS WEEK'S SHOW:
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1. “ The Divorced Dad RoadMap" continues…Who really has custody of your kids?”.

2. What distinguishes Fathers who win versus fathers who lose at Family Court?

3. News items – Father left with 60 cents after paycheck garnishment for child support; Shared parenting Bill in New York stalled in committee; Dr. Mark Klein is running for President to put the EVIL FAMILY LAW EMPIRE out of it’s misery, and CNN is covering his campaign to get nominated as the Republican candidate for 2008; danny’s Op-Ed Piece: Your constitutional Bootcamp

4. Questions from our listeners for Danny and Heidi

5. An Inside Look: Our Fathers Resources Meeting: Potential Move-away case involving transportation issues

6. Divorce 101 – Creating a Game Plan for your Divorce Management Plan – Step One – Stress Management

7. Top 10 Divorced-Dad-Daily Countdown

8. The 52 Top Reasons "Dave" should listen to DadCast this Year - Reason # 48

9. Editorial – Eternal optimism – You can find True Love if you get your act together. Scott Paton – The Dean of Blogonomics and Podology – Our mentor from the Internet Marketing Center (IMC) and a TRUE “Podcasting and RSS Genius”

10. You can participate in DadCast by sending us questions, audio, news, documents et cetera - Click here to send your submissions or ask your questions.
4/30/2006 5:05:00 PM
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Divorced Dads Rights - DadCast - Episode # 6
"Fathers Rights is not a Dirty Word"
Length: 60 Minutes
Recording/Mixdown date: April 16-17, 2006
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Release date: April 18, 2006
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Copyright - April 16, 2006, Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
All rights reserved worldwide
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THIS WEEK’S SHOW:

1. Fathers Rights is not a dirty word, if Winning = Peace for your Child. Introduction to the “Divorced Dad RoadMap”.

2. Mentors and Father Figures to help you learn the ropes at Family Court

3. News items – Australia’s Dads don’t get Child Support; Divorced Dad writes Dear Amy for help in getting child support; banned in Boston – Family Court Judge bans book about her practices as a Family Court Judge; Family Court 911

An Inside Look: Our Fathers Resources Meeting: Potential Move-away case involving transportation issues

4. Divorce 101 – Introduction: Creating a Game Plan: Your Divorce Management Plan

5. Top 10 Divorced-Dad-Daily Countdown

6. The 52 Top Reasons "Dave" should listen to DadCast this Year - Reason # 49

7. Editorial – Springtime: Love is in the Air Introducing Scott Paton – The Dean of Blogonomics and Podology – Our mentor from the Internet Marketing Center (IMC) and a TRUE “Podcasting and RSS Genius” : he’s the inspiration for this podcast

8. You can participate in DadCast by sending us questions, audio, news, documents et cetera - Click here to send your submissions or ask your questions.
4/30/2006 4:57:00 PM
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Divorced Dads Rights - DadCast - Episode # 5
"White Knight Syndrome: Why some Good Men Lose in Family Court"
Length: 60 Minutes
Recording/Mixdown date: April 9, 2006
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Release date: April 11, 2006
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Copyright - April 9, 2006,
Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
All rights reserved worldwide
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THIS WEEK’S SHOW:

1. White Knight Syndrome – Good men who set themselves up to lose it all in Family Court

2. Deadlines at family Court and the consequences of missing them

3. News items - April 25th is Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) Awareness Day, Action Alerts: EU International Protest in support of PAS Awareness Day, Follow the Money: Larry Holland's research -: Federal Child Support Enforcement Incentives that interfere with parental autonomy and shared parenting legislation; Updates on progres of New York and Australia - Shared Parenting legislation, Power Behind the Throne Campaign

4. An Inside Look: Our Fathers Resources Meeting: Potential Move-away case involving transportation issues

5. Representing yourself in Family Court - Is it common? Wise? Possible?

6. Top 10 Divorced-Dad-Daily News Countdown

7. The 52 Top Reasons "Dave" should listen to DadCast this Year - Reason # 50

8. Editorial –[Content].99 for the Dnny's on ITunes; Springtime: The end of Shovelling Snow and Scott Paton – The Dean of Blogonomics and Podology – Our mentor from the Internet Marketing Center (IMC) and a TRUE “Podcasting and RSS Genius” : he’s the inspiration for this podcast.

9. You can participate in DadCast by sending us questions, audio, news, documents et cetera - Click here to send your submissions or ask your questions.
4/30/2006 4:44:00 PM
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Divorced Dads Rights - DadCast - Episode # 4
"
White Knight Syndrome: Why some Good Men Lose in Family Court"
Length: 60 Minutes
Recording/Mixdown date: April 2-3, 2006
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Release date: April 4, 2006
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Copyright - April 2, 2006,
Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
All rights reserved worldwide
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THIS WEEK’S SHOW:

1. More tips on watching the action in Family Court to help you come up with YOUR GAME PLAN to save a lot in legal fees - Learning your Judge & Court House

2. What to do when your kids attempt to blackmail you, your ex and new partners to get what they want

3. News items - A promise kept - When good men step up; Gay father wins custody - impact of same sex custody battles on Mom vs. Dad cases

4. An Inside Look: Our Fathers Resources Meeting: Potential Move-away case involving transportation issues

5. Women Gatekeepers at Family Court and elsewhere: Do they all hate men?

6. Top 10 Divorced-Dad-Daily News Countdown

7. The 52 Top Reasons "Dave" should listen to DadCast this Year - Reason # 51

8. Editorial – Springtime: Love is in the Air Introducing Scott Paton – The Dean of Blogonomics and Podology – Our mentor from the Internet Marketing Center (IMC) and a TRUE “Podcasting and RSS Genius” : he’s the inspiration for this podcast

9. You can participate in DadCast by sending us questions, audio, news, documents et cetera - Click here to send your submissions or ask your questions.
4/30/2006 4:35:00 PM
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Divorced Dads Rights - DadCast - Episode # 3
"
YOUR GAME PLAN to save a lot in legal fees"
Length: 60 Minutes
Recording/Mixdown date: March 26-27, 2006
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Release date: March 28, 2006
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Copyright - March 28, 2006
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THIS WEEK’S SHOW:

1.Tips on watching the action in Family Court to help you come up with YOUR GAME PLAN to save a lot in legal fees

2. News items from Divorced-Dad-Daily.com: Internet-visitation.org, Action alert - New Zealand, report from South Africa

3. An Inside Look: Our Fathers Resources Meeting - The value of political action

4. Introducing the new girlfriend to the kids and breaking it to the wife Danny & Heidi interview each other

5. Top 10 Divorced-Dad-Daily Countdown

6. The 52 Top Reasons "Dave" should listen to DadCast this Year - Reason # 52

7. Editorial – Introducing Scott Paton – The Dean of Blogonomics and Podology – Our mentor from the Internet Marketing Center (IMC) and a TRUE “Podcasting and RSS Genius” : He’s the inspiration for this podcast...

8. You can participate in DadCast by sending us questions, audio, news, documents et cetera - Click here to send your submissions or ask your questions.
4/30/2006 4:12:00 PM
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Divorced Dads Rights - DadCast - Episode # 2
"How to Find A good Lawyer"
Length: 60 Minute
Recording/Mixdown date: March 20-21, 2006
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Release date: March 21, 2006
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Copyright - March 20, 2006,
Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
All rights reserved worldwide
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THIS WEEK’S SHOW:

1. How to Find a Good Lawyer - Heidi and Danny talk about steps to finding a good lawyer and the principle: "Show me the order"…

2. Adult Children of Divorce explain their feelings about Family Court

3. An Inside Look: Our Fathers Resources Meeting - Access Denial over transportation issues

4. Step Parenting: The challenges and rewards

5. Divorce in the news – Top stories on Divorced-Dad-Daily.com

6. Editorial - All you need is Love… and Podcasting Unleashed

7. You can participate in DadCast by sending us questions, audio, news, documents et cetera - Click here to send your submissions or ask your questions.
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4/30/2006 3:50:00 PM




Welcome to our NEW Podcast...
We call it - DADcast.


Welcome to our first 60 minute Podcast "Audio Newsletter" called DADcast featuring News, Interviews and audio clips from our Support meetings. You can participate in our Podcasts too, by sending us your questions by email, which we'll answer in an upcoming episode. We'll be covering a wide range of topics of interest to separated or divorced fathers and their new partners and extended family.

To learn more about Podcasts please read Podcast FAQs below. Lastly, we want to hear from you, please let us know what you think about DADcast!

Podcast FAQs What's a Podcast?

It's an audio file in an MP3 format.

Where can I listen to this Podcast called DADcast?

You can listen to a Podcast (MP3) file on an Apple iPod, other MP3 players, on your computer and on some of the newer cell phones and PDAs (Personal Digital Assistant, such as a Blackberry if you have th right software installed). You can also listen to it on your computer by clicking the play button arrow on the left (below). The audio will stream to your computer.

Can I listen to DADcast and browse Divorced-Dad-Daily.com at the same time?

If you want to browse Divorced-Dad-Daily.com and listen to DADcast at the same time, click play and the audio will begin. Then open a new browser window and you can read the latest news on the site.

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Divorced Dads Rights - DadCast - Episode # 1
"The ULTIMATE Best Interest of the Child"
Length: 60 Minutes
Recording/Mixdown date: March 11, 2006
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Release date: March 14, 2006
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Copyright - March 11, 2006,
Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
All rights reserved worldwide
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THIS WEEK’S SHOW:

1. Introduction to DadCast

2. Adult Children of Divorce explain how to define "The ULTIMATE Best Interest of the Child" by asking the kids involved themselves

3. An Inside Look: Our Fathers Resources Meeting: What you can learn from successful fathers at our meetings

4. Dads and daughters: What girls learn from their Dad (The importance of a dad in a young girls life) Danny interviews Heidi

5. Divorce in the news

6. Editorial – Introducing the band for our background music for DadCast: The Danny’s

7. You can participate in DadCast by sending us questions, audio, news, documents et cetera - Click here to send your submissions or ask your questions.
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Go to DIVORCED-DAD-DAILY.COM - Sign up for FREE help from successful divorced dads for Family Court. Stop losing, paying huge legal bills and START WINNING NOW! Fathers Resources International (FRI) Executive Director Danny Guspie and National Shared Parenting Association President, Heidi Nabert discuss fathers rights, family court activism; Mentoring by successful divorce dads for newbies to Family Court.



(Published March 14, 2006)

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Divorced Dad Daily - The FRI Blog

Divorced Dad Daily (DDD) is the the main blog (parent) of FRI. It includes a category (child) entitled Fathers Resources.

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Press Release Blog
We will be keeping the media and the public up to date on Fathers Resources International by publishing press releases and media reports here on the Press & Media Blog.
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History of Fathers Resources International - Part one
History of Fathers Resources International, its activities and the autobiography of its founder, Danny Guspie. Part one - Prologue: The boy becomes the man: A childhood hero points the way and provides the inspiration.
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Joint custody could improve state's child support efforts

FOLLOW THE MONEY...

Good article here on child support enforcement being improved by having a joint custody presumption in Michigan:

Note the following - the industrialization of child support as an adjunct to "The Divorce Industry"

One thousand seven hundred employees now work full-time in Friend of the Court offices as referees, counselors, clerks, and support staff in all 83 Michigan counties. In addition, many employees of the criminal justice system devote a major portion of their workday to this last vestige of debtor's prison.

So it is no surprise that there was consternation in Lansing over a federal plan that cut nearly a quarter billion dollars in Michigan subsidies for child-support enforcement. But one state legislator, Rep. Leslie Mortimer, R-Horton, has introduced a bill that could reduce the need for devoting so many resources to child support enforcement.

The problem we see daily is the "Ghost figures" that Ontario uses for its claim that there is 3 Billion dollars in unpaid child support.

Hogwash - 2 Billion of it is nothing but the meter ticking on matters that never return to Court for a termination order because dad can't afford a lawyer to get his Court order changed. Then he faces licence suspensions and possible jail time.

In the Alberta case Henry and Henry which is currently before the Canada's Supreme Court, a dissenting Judge nailed it perfectly - If child support should automatically go up with an increase of income, fairness dictates the reverse should also happen - Child support should go down when income decreases.

But then what would everybody at Child Support Enforcement do for a real job?

9/24/2007 12:10:16 AM

Divorced Dad brings test case to publicize shared parenting deal
Divorced Dad brings test case to publicize shared parenting deal - Dad wants to set example to other former couples: Injunction bans him from revealing details of his parenting plan.
9/24/2007 12:10:16 AM

Repeal the Bradley Amendment - The birth of Debtors Prison for Dads Worldwide
Repeal the Bradley Amendment - Where the Child Support money trail begins in North America and the creation of Debtor Prison for Fathers in The United States...
9/24/2007 12:10:16 AM

History of Fathers Resources International - Part Two

History of Fathers Resources International - Part Two

By Danny Guspie

PROLOGUE: Part 2 -  The Apple does not fall far from the tree

“The Beatles: An Authorized Biography” by Hunter Davies spoke to me like no other book I’d ever read before. I was a well read kid at that point, having read everything I could get my hands on from the moment I could read which would be somewhere around age four when my mother taught me the alphabet with a set of plastic letters that had magnets and a board to move them around on…

The Book: A wondrous tale happy, sad and true (or at least so I believed at that age…) that I related to. Mainly because of John Lennon’s family history, there was something very familiar and haunting about it, despite many things that were not held in common between our respective families. It was his quintessential Rock n’ Roll vocal – he seemed like the real deal (at a time when my family seemed like a charade…). I could not only hear his pain, but I could feel it – it gave expression to my own.

So began a love affair of a different sort, one of a young boy who’d found a kindred spirit, who wanted to know why he’d been so deeply affected by this story. It was not to be the first or the last time John Lennon would profoundly shape my development and independence in the same way Elvis Presley did for Lennon at age 15…

Arguably, Lennon’s music and the Beatles were the most influential aspect of my young life, helping me to feel hope, happiness and providing a language to articulate express and begin creating my own identity during my family crisis and resulting divorce. I always knew my parents were troubled from age 1 onwards. But at age 9 I became extremely cognizant that the end of my family was nigh.

John gave me an outlet. A very healthy one. He taught me how to transform pain into art. Music has always been my greatest outlet to expression. But John taught me how to scream. Really scream in a Rock n’ Roll way - Once I heard his first solo album when I was 12. I began my own form of primal therapy. When I heard him sing “Mother” I finally felt I wasn’t the only one who felt the same pain over a family that had large problems.

I absorbed Rock n’ Roll totally. It gave me a reason to get up everyday. Even today Little Richard’s “Wop bop a loo bop a wop bam boom…gets me “rockin’” I’m sure anyone who hears me play today, and who has heard my songs can easily see that John Lennon and Keith Richards made a huge and everlasting impression on me musically.

So I began playing drums and songwriting, and emulating John. Within 12 months my parents separated and ultimately divorced and I became a latch key kid, living with dad first then Mom, then on my own. So began my lifelong journey with divorce - But before I left home, I became a full fledged drop out. Spare was my favorite class in High School (with “high” being the operative word….)

At age 14 I was playing guitar, hooky on a daily basis, had done an enormous amount of drugs of all sorts and on weekends go to watch the film Rolling Stones “Gimme Shelter” - 35 times to be exact at CineCity. I was also fanatical film watcher at the “Original 99 cent Roxy Theatre” long before the Rocky Horror Picture Show destroyed and closed that theatre down for good. It was a good place to hang and get high with minimal fuss and forget the mess my life was because of my own unhappiness with my family.

Next – Lost and Found

9/24/2007 12:10:16 AM

Shared parenting Bill in New York State
'Shared parenting' seen as custody solution Bills in New York would require courts to treat mom, dad equally
9/24/2007 12:10:16 AM

Child-support bill tied to revoked drivers' licenses fails in Utah
A child-support bill tied to drivers' licenses fails to pass the Senate in Utah - Associated Press: Utah Senators had concerns about revoking the driving privileges of those not paying child support because they weren't being allowed to see their children.
9/24/2007 12:10:16 AM

Children so traumatized by their parents divorce, that they need psychiatric treatment
A record number of Ulster Ireland couples are splitting up - leaving children so traumatized they need psychiatric treatment - it emerged today. A family expert said she feared divorce levels here had reached epidemic proportions.
9/24/2007 12:10:16 AM

MORE than 300,000 divorced dads will pay more relaistic child suport in Australia
Caring for a child for between 52 and 126 nights each year will reduce the amount owed by 24 per cent, while those with custody for more than 176 nights will cut their maintenance bills by half. The new formula also recognises for the first time that the cost of raising children increases as they get older.
9/24/2007 12:10:16 AM

"ISN'T CHILD SUPPORT FOR THE CHILD?" By Danny Guspie
Open letter from Danny Guspie to the Governments of Canada: "ISN'T CHILD SUPPORT FOR THE CHILD?" I was inspired to ask yet again for an accounting of where the increased tax revenue dollars go since the implementation of the Child Support Guidelines in 1997. Heidi and I met with the Department of Finance who could not give us these answers 9 years ago. Hopefully they've had time to do the books ;-)
9/24/2007 12:10:16 AM

Prime Minister Harper - Hockey Dad
The winds of political change for Divorced Dads in Canada begins at a hockey rinck on Otta...
9/24/2007 12:10:16 AM

Adultery = No Spousal Support in South Carolina
No spousal support for adultery in South Carolina
9/24/2007 12:10:16 AM

The REAL problem with unilateral no-fault divorce
"The problem with unilateral no-fault divorce is that it hurts women by removing the incentive for the moneyed spouse (who is usually the husband) to make a settlement,"
9/24/2007 12:10:16 AM

Love's grand - Divorce is a Hundred Grand ;-)
Yes, say two University of Virginia sociologists who found that married women are happiest with a sensitive guy who earns most of the family's money. Women are also willing to take on more housework if they feel their husbands pay attention to them, and they feel the arrangement is "fair," if not equal.
9/24/2007 12:10:16 AM

Divorced Dad and Actor Alec Baldwin writes book on Family Court

Actor Alec Baldwin is writing a book about child custody cases after enduring a heartbreaking custody battle for his daughter, Ireland. "The book is not necessarily a memoir about my own situation, because no matter what you do, no matter how difficult this process is, you've got to keep in mind the other party is still the co-parent of your child, so you've got to be careful there."

The day is soon coming where we will hit critical mass - Change will come about because even the famous, rich and powerful who have been burned so badly in Family Court will make it their life's work to make change possible.

I really like that he says: "...you've got to keep in mind the other party is still the co-parent of your child."

9/24/2007 12:10:16 AM

Divorced Dad in South Dakota takes MASSIVE ACTION
NORTH DAKOTA: Secretary of state OKs child custody initiative by Divorced Dad - He has until August to get nearly 13,000 signatures to get it on the ballot for a state-wide vote.
9/24/2007 12:10:16 AM

Divorced Dads Unite: "ISN'T CHILD SUPPORT FOR THE CHILD?" - Part two
TAKE ACTION - Children of Divorce should not be paying down the national debt.
9/24/2007 12:10:16 AM
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