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Attorney Michelle Lowney MacDonald founding Member of Family Innocence , answers questions at a Minnesota Senate Judiciary Hearing about the fundamental, God-given rights parents have before any court action relating to their family.
Benedictus Ombuna and Attorney Michelle Lowney MacDonald testify before a Minnesota Senate Judiciary Hearing.For more video testimonies from members of Family Innocence at legislative hearings, go to the Family Innocence YouTube page.
Innocent Family Talk
By the time this baby can talk, with your help, Family Innocence intends to eliminate the family court adversarial process in every case, in every state - one case at a time.
5.7 million domestic relations cases are decided each year in state courts*, dominated by divorce. Multiply that by dollars spent in attorney fees, multiple hearings, and number of family members effected in each case, and the numbers are astronomical. Add cases reopened to modify support, custody and visitation, and we have an epidemic on our hands. *www.courtstatistics.org
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Archive for November, 2013
Posted on November 20, 2013 | No CommentsOn Friday June 22, representatives of Family Innocence appeared on the Relevant Radio 1330 AM (in Minneapolis) program City Winds. Listen: The following spoke on behalf of Family Innocence: Judge Stephen Aldrich Attorney Kim Hanlon Attorney Michelle MacDonald
Posted on November 20, 2013 | 1 CommentArticle by: BRUCE PETERSON (Pictured at left: Judge Bruce Peterson…a heart as big as the world) Gov. Mark Dayton has "pocket-vetoed" the watered-down version of the joint child custody legislation promoted for the last decade and has urged the adversaries to collaborate on a bill for next year. The opposing statements that followed on this page ("Kids in the balance," June 1, and "Child-custody bill was problematic," June 13) didn’t sound especially collaborative. We may […]
Posted on November 20, 2013 | 1 CommentIf Restorative Justice Circles can resolve conflicts in communities where people kill, beat, steal, rape, fight, argue, lie, and totally ignore authority — it can undoubtedly transform conflict in our homes. Of course who do you forgive more in a given day than the people you live with? That’s why Family Innocence has implemented Restorative Justice Family Innocence Circles, to facilitate “Soup to Nuts” conflicts in families, separated or together. The process starts by sending […]