NCFM Twin Cities Chapter at the Minnesota State Capitol in Saint Paul

The National Coalition For Men (NCFM) is a nonprofit educational organization that raises awareness of human-rights issues that affect men and boys, specifically in areas where men and boys are discriminated against because they are male, or where they are denied the same protection of the law given to women and girls. NCFM is committed to equality of rights and equality of responsibilities between the sexes. Membership is open to both men and women.

The Twin Cities Chapter of NCFM participates in or sponsors various events around the Twin Cities and Minnesota to raise awareness of these issues. We hold a meeting each month. If you would like to attend a meeting or join our chapter, contact us.

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  1. Andrew Vuong on June 28, 2023 at 21:26

    I am currently self-represented in a Paternity case and have recently gained Joint Legal/Physical custody of our child. The next issue is related to child support matters and I have questions on how to proceed. It seems although both parties are now recognized as equal parents, the Courts usually decide that the established father must pay support to the mother. This doesn’t make sense to me and is the opposite of equality If both households can provide equal care and resources. Furthermore, I am glad to provide my child with anyting he needs and have established assets for his future. In our situation don’t believe it is right or fair to directly transfer hard-earned money to his mother of which she could spend without discretion. Both parents have the responsibility to provide and contribute and I am looking for a combined solution of which the resources are allocated safely for the child and cannot be abused. I believe many laws relating to child support are outdated. The penalties are harmful to the quality of life and do not benefit family relationships if carried out. These penalties are usually applied to fathers and the mothers often have influence over the results. Parenting should be a joy. From the knowledge I have gained so far it looks like society treats it as a burden and the definition of a “good” father can only exist if he has money. Is it possible to meet somebody from your office to discuss further details?

  2. Nate Craig on September 19, 2023 at 02:44

    How can I help? Do you have meetings?

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