Updates


Screening of Divorce Corp. Documentary

Dads of Wisconsin in cooperation with Wisconsin Fathers for Children and Families will be holding a free screening of the documentary Divorce Corp. at 7 PM on Monday, April 14th at the Coliseum Bar and Restaurant 232 Olin in Madison. We would like to invite you to attend. We hope to have a discussion period […]


Divorce Corp. Documentary Screening

Dads of Wisconsin will be hosting a free screening of the documentary Divorce Corp. directed by Joseph Sorge and narrated by Dr. Drew Pinsky. A shocking expose of the inner workings of the $50 billion a year U.S. family law industry, Divorce Corp shines a bright light on the appalling waste and shameless, collusive practices […]


We’re Down But Not Out

I met with Speaker Vos (R-63rd) this afternoon in his office at the Capitol. He told me that while he is still a strong supporter there is no chance that our equal placement bill can be passed this year. The toxic fall out from the hatchet job on our author Joel Kleefisch concerning the child support reform bill is […]


Equal Placement in 2014

Happy New Year to all! Let’s make this a real happy new year by getting the legislation passed that will finally acknowledge that fathers are as important as mothers in their children’s lives. Please share this post with as many people as you can. We need an Equal Placement bill It is important that lawmakers hear […]


PR: Dads of Wisconsin Working with State Rep to Reform Child Placement After Divorce

Press Release   Contact: Steve Blake Phone: 608-477-8155 Email: steveblake53@yahoo.com   Dads of Wisconsin Working with State Rep to Reform Child Placement After Divorce   Oxford, WI / December 11, 2013 – Dads of Wisconsin has been working with State Representative Joel Kleefisch (R-Oconomowoc) to reform family law relating to child placement after divorce or […]


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Equal Placement, Child Support Reform Possible in WI!

Rep. Joel Kleefisch (R-38) has introduced a bill that will create a rebuttable presumption that equal placement is in the best interest of the children. The presumption can only be overcome by clear and convincing evidence that equal time with each parent is not in the best interest of the kids. It is not a mandate […]