WHO WE ARE:    We are a group of men and women working to assure every child has the fullest opportunity to experience the love and nurturance of both their father and mother  We support the role of responsible parents in the raising of their children.   We also educate the public, courts and legislators about the important role BOTH parents play in all our children's lives. 

                                                                      OUR MISSION:

Enrich prosperity of children from divided/blended families through advocacy, initiatives, support for shared and cooperative parenting.

To find a way to guarantee that children have an unbreakable bond with BOTH parents


  "Kids Need......BOTH parents."

  • All fit parents are entitled to joint custody and to assume shared placement of their children.

Fathers Night Out


RECENT(2021) BILLS SIGNED into LAW that are

pro-shared parenting

2021 WISCONSIN ACT 20 AN ACT to renumber and amend 767.461; and to create 767.34 (3), 767.41 (5m), 767.451 (3r) and 767.461 (1) to (4) of the statutes; relating to: modifications to legal custody or physical placement contingent upon a future event.

2021 WISCONSIN ACT 37 AN ACT to repeal 767.41 (5) (am) 15. and 16.; to amend 767.225 (1) (am), 767.41 (5) (am) (intro.), 767.41 (6) (a) and 767.451 (5m) (b); and to repeal and recreate 767.41 (5) (am) 3. to 14. of the statutes; relating to: factors relating to the physical placement of a child. The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate and assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. 767.225 (1) (am) of the statutes is amended to read: 767.225 (1) (am) Upon the request of a party, granting periods of physical placement to a party in a manner consistent with s. 767.41. The court shall make a determination under this paragraph within 30 days after the request for a temporary order regarding periods of physical placement is filed. If the court grants physical placement to one parent for less than 25 percent of the time, as determined under s. 49.22 (9), the court shall enter specific findings of fact as to the reasons that a greater allocation of physical placement with that parent is not in the best interests of the child.




WEAU article and video:

Local group shows support for parents in family court

Fox6Now article and video: 

Father frustrated, searching for son after mom disappears and takes toddler


Equal Placement Draft Bill Released for Co-Sponsorship - View here

 Click here to see how your Representative voted in 2005

Click here to find your Senator and Representative


From the U.S. Supreme Court:

The rights of parents to the care, custody and nurture of their children is of such character that it cannot be denied without violating those fundamental principles of liberty and justice which lie at the base of all our civil and political institutions, and such right is a fundamental right protected by this amendment (First) and Amendments 5, 9, and 14. Doe v. Irwin, 441 F Supp 1247: U.S.D.C. of Michigan, (1985).


How does the State of Wisconsin interpret that? The Money or the Child?

Video of testimony of Strengthen Wisconsin Families - August 20, 2007


All of us as members or Board members are all volunteers and give of our time to support those going through the Family Court process in their endeavours to maintain a strong relationship with their children. We also support legislative change so that both "tomorrow's" separated parents can have their relationship with their children treated with respect, fairness and equality.

We need your help to join as contributing members to continue to provide both these vital and fundimental functions otherwise "tomorrow's" parents will continue to struggle with the same issue that have brought you to our website.


DONATIONS: $1 -$1,000

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and accept tax deductible donations.  If you would like to make a donation, we accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover Card, and Paypal over a secure encrypted browser session:

If you need help, contact the Wisconsin Separated Parents Helpline 

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