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FAN-PAC meets Assemblywoman Carol Murphy (D) 7th District.

FAN-PAC meets Assemblywoman Carol Murphy (D) 7th District.

January 25th 2018 – Assemblywoman Carol Murphy met with members of FAN-PAC at her temporary office in Delran.  The meeting was to discuss the merits of A1091 that establishes a rebuttable presumption for joint legal and physical custody for minor children in family court matters.  The group met at the office of her fellow Assemblyman…

FAN-PAC meets Assemblyman Jamal Holley (D) 20th District.

FAN-PAC meets Assemblyman Jamal Holley (D) 20th District.

January 26th 2018 – Assemblyman Jamal Holley met with members of FAN-PAC via a conference call this afternoon.  The meeting was to discuss the merits of A1091 that establishes a rebuttable presumption for joint legal and physical custody for minor children in family court matters.  Assemblyman Holley is beginning his 2nd full term in Trenton. …

Urgent: Contact your Legislator to Suppor NJ Bill A1091 & S273

Urgent: Contact your Legislator to Suppor NJ Bill A1091 & S273

Great News! New Jersey Assembly and the New Jersey Senate Introduced Bill A1091 and S273 in the New Section 2018 which Will Let Children Win with Equal Shared Parenting. FAN-PAC is glad to say that we had many adventures in 2017 and that we are happy to have you as our Friend and supporter for…

FAN-PAC Meets Assemblywoman Angelica M. Jimenez

FAN-PAC Meets Assemblywoman Angelica M. Jimenez

     Tuesday December 12, 2017 – New Jersey State Assemblywoman Angelica Jimenez (D-32nd district) hosted representatives from FAN-PAC at her office in West New York.  The Democratic Assemblywoman and FAN-PAC representatives discussed legislation to create a rebuttable presumption of joint physical custody of minor children in family court matters.      Assemblywoman Jimenez is…

Assembly Woman McKnight-Supports Children with Equal Parenting NJ Bill A1091

Assembly Woman McKnight-Supports Children with Equal Parenting NJ Bill A1091

New Jersey, please rise and extend your Support to Assembly Woman Angela McKnight (Jersey City) for her Commitment to our Families and now to all Children. Asw McKnight believes in the Cornerstone of New Jersey and plan to support the Children with Bill A1091 to provide equal physical custody of children in the Family Court….

New Child Custody Law Will Let NJ Children Win with Shared Parenting

New Child Custody Law Will Let NJ Children Win with Shared Parenting

When it comes to family time; nothing is more important than, time, love and affection for your children New Jersey’s children are asking you today to use your VOICE and give them the right to equal access to both parents, FAN-PAC in New Jersey is dedicated to meaningful solutions! Sign Up and Tell your Legislator…

Click “Yes!” to Support the Children with Equal Parenting Bill A1091 & S273

Click “Yes!” to Support the Children with Equal Parenting Bill A1091 & S273

Joint physical custody of children in New Jersey takes another big step forward.

Joint physical custody of children in New Jersey takes another big step forward.

Joint physical custody of children in New Jersey takes another big step forward. October 9, 2017 – FAN-PAC announces that both houses of the New Jersey Legislature will be introducing bills that provide for the rebuttable presumption of equal or approximately equal physical custody of children in the family court. FAN-PAC thanks all those who…

FAN-PAC meets Senator Bucco (R) 25th District and Assemblyman Bucco (R) 25th District Chief of Staff.

FAN-PAC meets Senator Bucco (R) 25th District and Assemblyman Bucco (R) 25th District Chief of Staff.

FAN-PAC meets Senator Bucco (R) 25th District and Assemblyman Bucco (R) 25th District Chief of Staff.  October 2nd, 2017 – Senator Bucco welcomed members of FAN-PAC at his office along with Assemblyman Bucco’s Chief of Staff at his office in Denville.  The two groups met to discuss Assembly Bill A1091, to create a rebuttable presumption…

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