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40% of all births and 85% of abortions are performed on unmarried women in the US.
For some women considering abortion, the usual religious and ethical arguments may not be enough.
They need practical answers on what single parenthood will look like for them, especially if they are not getting along with the child's father.
Issues like child support and custody laws are totally overwhelming, and the idea of paying thousands to a lawyer to learn the basics is just not realistic.
Answers = Confidence
Confidence means choosing life.
Confidence means less conflict, lower legal bills, better co-parenting relationships.
Would your staff be more effective if they read this book?
Would your clients be better parents if they read this book?
Pregnancy Centers and Father Support Centers Nationwide are distributing Baby Out of Wedlock to staff and clients as a primer on unmarried parenting.
It answers every question a person has in this situation, from paternity tests to child support calculations to visitation rights. It's the book we wish we had read when we were each going through the most stressful situations of our lives.
-Learn family law basics
-Understand both parent's points of view
-How to protect parenting rights
-How to avoid costly court battles
-Dealing with difficult co-parents effectively
-Help clients lower stress levels
-Show them a better way forward
Give the confidence to choose life.
Answers = Confidence
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About ten years ago, we each had children with people we did not end up marrying. We remember all the sleepless nights and how hard it was to find straight answers.
Lawyers talked in circles and charged a fortune. Divorced friends never understood the unique challenges that we faced.
After several court battles and making many rookie mistakes, we finally found our way to healthy relationships with our kids and co-parents.
We can help you avoid the most common pitfalls. Learn from our mistakes.
-Jessica & Jim Braz