Newsletter Articles and Internet Research

Member communication is very important to us. There are so many parents who are looking to keep up to date with all the research that is occuring in how important both parents are to the balanced development of children.

Spend some time researching the internet for articles that support WFCF principles of treating the relationship a child has with both its parents as fair, respectful and equal.

Spend some time writing your own thoughts about the way Wisconsin Law and all the people involved in the industry treat yoru relationship with your children.

Today's Dad's, a quarterly newsletter distributed on paper to all members, legislators, counties and judges that helps educate on issues important to Wisconsin Fathers for Children and Families.

Men's Briefs is a monthly electronic newsletter that is distributed by email to all membersa and people who have contacted us through the WFCF email helpline. It is also posted on our website for public domain consumption and well as printed on hard copy for personal distribution to all Wisconsin legislators. 

If you have something to say, we want to hear from you. Either an article you write of your opinion, or a research article you have come across that is worth sharing with our audience.

You can email your article to for inclusion to either Today's Dad's or to Men's Briefs.

I'd like to volunteer to research for articles or write articles for WFCF newsletters.

If you need help, contact the Wisconsin Separated Parents Helpline 

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laws?  Let your legislator know about it.  They are the ones who can change the
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