The outcome of your case is largely affected by the Attorney you choose. By Jeffrey Scott Steiner, M.Ed. The legal profession is like any other profession – there are good, better than average, average, below average and bad lawyers. With hourly fees of $200+ and retainers of thousands of dollars most fathers involved in custody
Inspired by the NCAA college basketball tournament, the Dads’ Resource Center presents #DRCMarchDadness! As a dad, you are the coach of your own team (family) and your players (children) are looking to you for the strategies and techniques that will help them win in the game of life. #DRCMarchDadness is a social media campaign in
This Valentine’s Day Practice Self-Care It’s been nearly one year since the pandemic completely changed the ways in which families live, learn and play. Working mothers in particular have been recognized as champions for their children as they serve as nurturers, distance-learning facilitators and playmates while juggling unemployment, underemployment and working from home with childcare.
Jail Visitation Survey A new survey conducted by Dads’ Resource Center in 2019 revealed that fewer than half of Pennsylvania county jails allow inmates barrier-free visits with their children. Of the 50 jails that responded to the survey, 28 reported that they do not allow contact visits under any circumstances, while 22 said they
PFA Survey In 2019 the Dad’s Resource Center surveyed Temporary Orders of Protection From Abuse (PFA) filed during 2017 in 12 Pennsylvania counties and found that how information is currently reported obstructs the development of data to track biases in PFA outcomes based on gender. As a result of this survey, the Dads’ Resource
GAL Survey Individuals who play a major role in the outcomes of child custody cases in Pennsylvania have virtually no oversight or professional standards in hiring or training, which could lead to potentially harmful consequences for thousands of children in the child welfare system, according to a survey by the Dads’ Resource Center in
CYS Study In 2019 the Dads’ Resource Center concluded a study researching potential biases toward fathers within Pennsylvania courts, legal system, and county and human services agencies. This study reviewed the ratio of male to female staff and supervisors in the Office of Children and Youth (CYS) for every county in Pennsylvania. The study