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Director and father Angelo Lobo exposes the wide-ranging devastation of the American divorce industry. Romeo Misses a Payment: DVD $2.00 Add to...

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Holly’s Letter from America: Women Rescue Divorced Fathers Fighting to See Their Children

It’s a sad fact that in the US, we have a broken family court system. It fails the children of divorced parents by essentially alienating them from one of their parents through unfair child custody arrangements. The good news is that there are several national organizations gaining serious traction in trying to change this. One of these organizations is Leading Woman for Shared Parenting (LW4SP). Founded on Father’s Day in 2013, LW4SP is an ‘international child advocacy organization’ which supports ‘the implementation of a presumption of shared parenting as a standard in child custody...

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Louis C.K. Offers Some Much Needed Perspective On Parenting After Divorce

You can always depend on Louis C.K. to tell it like it is when it comes to parenting. (He is, after all, the guy who described children as “buckets of disease that live in your house.” The man just has a way with words.) C.K. — who writes, directs and stars in the FX hit “Louie” — was at it again Monday, when he opened up to NPR’s Terry Gross about why raising his two daughters outside of a conventional nuclear family has been a positive thing for all involved. “There is a version of divorced life where you’re partners and you’re...

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The Impact of Parental Alienation on Children

Every child has a fundamental need for love and protection. What children of divorce most want and need is to maintain healthy and strong relationships with both of their parents, and to be shielded from their parents’ conflicts. Some parents, however, in an effort to bolster their parental identity, create an expectation that children choose sides. In more extreme situations, they foster the child’s rejection of the other parent. In the most extreme cases, children are manipulated by one parent to hate the other, despite children’s innate desire to love and be loved by both their...

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The Inspiration for A Divorce Documentary

What inspired you to make this documentary? My story is similar to all of the millions of other ones about non-custodial parents. It got to a point to where I just wanted to take the pain and emotion that I was feeling at the time and turn it into a positive to help other people. I started thinking about the power of video and knew that if I could show some of these emotions and touch on what people were actually feeling, then maybe people would start a discussion. The problem is, no one really wants to talk about it; or if they do they automatically feel that the non-custodial parent is...

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Does A Movie Have The Power To Change Laws?

Watch a short video interview with the director, Angelo Lobo.

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