Family Law: Is it biased against fathers?

In this episode of the Beasley Allen Report, Beasley Allen Principal Kendall Dunson steps in as host to talk to attorney Melissa Isaak about family law and the difference between being a mother and a father in court. Interestingly, Isaak chooses only to represent men in divorce cases. She says she chose this focus out of a desire to help men remain active in their children’s lives after a divorce. Often, she says, there is a presumption that a mother will want to and need to have a greater share of custody.

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16 thoughts on “Family Law: Is it biased against fathers?”

  1. PLACER COUNTY IS A BIASED SYSTEM … MEN GET SHAFTED BY LIES …. REST ORDERS ARE APPROVED WITH NO REAL CHECKS OF THE FACTS …………MY EX LIED AND POCKETED 40 GRAND OF MY HOME SALE PROFITS.

  2. I'm experiencing the law against me a great father and provider. Is a disease a disgrace disgusting laws against men

  3. Men and women are not designed to stay together long-term. The solution is for people never to get married. I date women when I get lonely but, when it’s over, it’s over. I then just move on to the next woman. No drama, no courts, no judges, no lawyers and no bs. Men should accept the red pill lifestyle. 👌🏻

  4. Family court has been around for a long time. All you have to do to know that it is biased against fathers, is read the Social Security Act, specifically, 42 USC Title IV, A through E.

  5. Absolutely excellent video. If your wife is threatening divorce, LISTEN TO WHAT THIS ATTORNEY IS SAYING. HEAR IT. LIVE IT. BREATH IT.

  6. Men “quit”too soon because attorneys and the “process” BLEEDS them to death.

    The entire legal system is designed to separate men from their money.

    Sanjosemike (no longer in CA)

  7. they have been saying that the courts are changing for fifty years. nothing is changing. men represent 8% of custodial parents. the change is miniscule

  8. This is probably the greatest abuse and discrimination of this century. Eventually men are going to check out of life and you will be going the way that Japan is now – a slow decline and death. Considering that your nation is not as stable as Japan due to competing political, religious and economic disparities and so on, it would be even worse when the decent men start checking out and leaving everyone else to die.

  9. Do not play this situation down. The way men are treated leads too their depression mental health problems, career degradation an some times their deaths. Over 600 recorded deaths in the UK attributed to this institutional sexism.

  10. I need her to represent me I am broke poor been screwed by the court system. Can she get licensed in North Dakota? I also have a lawsuit where falsely accused of something I don't want to post here, but looking for a pro bono attorney for a lawsuit. I need help before being forced to do something very bad!

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