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FFP Files Brief Challenging Horrifically Unconstitutional Order Violating Parental Rights

2024-05-30T20:28:18+00:00

This week, Family Freedom Project filed a brief in a critical parental rights case before the Texas Supreme Court. In the case of Stary v. Ethridge, a local court in Houston issued a lifetime ban on any contact between a mother and her children based on an accusation (but not a conviction) of child abuse. The mother in the case was accused by the children’s father of engaging in physical abuse of the children. The mother also accused the father of domestic violence. Normally, before the state can permanently terminate the relationship between a parent and her children, it must [...]

FFP Files Brief Challenging Horrifically Unconstitutional Order Violating Parental Rights2024-05-30T20:28:18+00:00

PRESS RELEASE: FFP Urges Texas Supreme Court to Not Discard Parental Rights in Landmark Case

2024-05-23T20:00:31+00:00

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 23, 2024 Contact: Jeremy Newman Phone: 214-707-8445 Email: Jeremy@FamilyFreedomProject.org Family Freedom Project Urges Texas Supreme Court to Not Discard Parental Rights in Landmark Case LUBBOCK, TX - The Family Freedom Project has filed an Amicus Curiae Brief in the case of Stary v Ethridge before the Supreme Court of Texas, urging the court to uphold fundamental parental rights in the care, custody, and control of their children. Houston attorney Chris Branson and former Texas Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman filed the brief on behalf of the Family Freedom Project. The rights of all Texas parents are [...]

PRESS RELEASE: FFP Urges Texas Supreme Court to Not Discard Parental Rights in Landmark Case2024-05-23T20:00:31+00:00

How “child endangerment” accusations may not require any actual danger to a child.

2024-04-12T20:32:32+00:00

A Texas father has been experiencing CPS’s (Child Protective Services) attempt to terminate his parental rights even though the courts found that there was never an identifiable moment when his children were placed in actual danger.

How “child endangerment” accusations may not require any actual danger to a child.2024-04-12T20:32:32+00:00

Parental Rights Under Fire: Navigating Legal Battles Unfolding in Montana and Texas

2024-02-27T01:36:22+00:00

Right now, parents in two different states are facing significant legal battles concerning parental rights.  In Montana, the Kolstad family faces a custody battle with the state over their gender-dysphoric daughter, Jennifer. Jennifer struggled with significant mental health issues, and the family sought to get her traditional psychiatric care instead of a case designed to affirm her gender dysphoria. The state had Jennifer removed from her home in response. Criticism has been directed at Montana Governor Greg Gianforte for the state's intervention and a subsequent gag order on the family. In Texas, Senate Bill 14 seeks to prevent the type [...]

Parental Rights Under Fire: Navigating Legal Battles Unfolding in Montana and Texas2024-02-27T01:36:22+00:00

PRESS RELEASE: FFP Submits Brief Urging TX Supreme Court to Not Discard Parental Responsibility

2024-05-20T21:57:59+00:00

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 12, 2024 Contact: Jeremy Newman Phone: 214-707-8445 Email: Jeremy@FamilyFreedomProject.org FFP Submits Amicus Curiae Brief Urging TX Supreme Court to Not Discard Parental Responsibility in Fallen Officer Case LUBBOCK, TX - Family Freedom Project filed an Amicus Curiae Brief in the Justin G. Dart case before the Supreme Court of Texas, urging the court to uphold the principle of parental responsibility.    At the heart of this case lies a fundamental issue: the potential for technicalities to sever parental responsibility over a deceased parent’s child. Justin Dart, born on September 19, 2000, is currently facing a legal battle [...]

PRESS RELEASE: FFP Submits Brief Urging TX Supreme Court to Not Discard Parental Responsibility2024-05-20T21:57:59+00:00

Parental Rights at Risk before the Supreme Court of Texas

2024-02-13T22:15:08+00:00

FFP Files Emergency Brief Asking Court to Hold the Line for Families Monday, January 29, the Supreme Court of Texas (SCOTX) heard oral arguments on a lawsuit challenging Texas’s ban on chemical and surgical gender transition procedures on minors. Wednesday, Family Freedom Project (FFP) filed an emergency response to arguments that were presented to the court yesterday and which threatened parental rights in Texas. Supporters of the Texas ban are arguing for child protection from harmful, irreversible, experimental medical interventions, while critics claim it is discriminatory and harmful for transgender children and their families. The Family Freedom Project has been [...]

Parental Rights at Risk before the Supreme Court of Texas2024-02-13T22:15:08+00:00

Loe v. Texas: How to Protect Children and God-given Parental Rights at the Same Time

2024-02-13T22:18:58+00:00

Loe v. Texas Battle lines are currently being drawn at the Supreme Court of Texas over whether gender transition surgery on minors constitutes an exercise of parental rights or irreversible damage to a child’s well-being.  A group of self-described “conservative” former legislators from numerous states have rallied together in opposition to SB 14, a bill that ​​restricts chemical and surgical gender transition procedures on minors.  They argue that banning such procedures undermines the right of parents to make decisions regarding their children's health and well-being. After SB 14 was signed into law by Governor Abbott, a district court in Travis [...]

Loe v. Texas: How to Protect Children and God-given Parental Rights at the Same Time2024-02-13T22:18:58+00:00

FFP’s Year in the Courts and Legislature

2024-01-03T17:20:03+00:00

We are thrilled to share some significant victories achieved through our collective efforts at the Family Freedom Project, and we want you to know how crucial your support has been in making a positive impact. Legislative Triumphs Introduced Due Process Protections for Families in the CPS System - In the 88th Legislative Session, the passage of HB 730, the CPS Omnibus Bill, marked a monumental win. Thanks to the hard work of Representative Frank and his team, this bill introduces vital due process protections and ensures that CPS caseworkers inform parents of their legal rights, empowering families within the CPS system. [...]

FFP’s Year in the Courts and Legislature2024-01-03T17:20:03+00:00

Protecting Parental Rights at the Supreme Court of Texas

2024-02-05T18:43:34+00:00

In a significant victory for parental rights, the Supreme Court of Texas (SCOTX) recently delivered crucial wins in two cases, marking a triumph for Texas families. These decisions underscore the importance of protecting the fundamental rights of parents in the face of legal challenges.  Case #1: Limiting CPS Power and Protecting Parental Rights The first case, titled R.J.G., R.J.G., D.G.M., dealt with the question of whether Child Protective Services (CPS) could terminate parental rights based on a parent's failure to comply with administrative requirements. The SCOTX firmly asserted that termination should not hinge on inconsequential bureaucratic tasks, emphasizing the constitutional [...]

Protecting Parental Rights at the Supreme Court of Texas2024-02-05T18:43:34+00:00

Unraveling Parental Rights Issues in the “Take Care of Maya” Medical Kidnapping Trial

2023-12-20T21:40:32+00:00

In a significant victory for parental rights, the Supreme Court of Texas (SCOTX) recently delivered crucial wins in two cases, marking a triumph for Texas families.

Unraveling Parental Rights Issues in the “Take Care of Maya” Medical Kidnapping Trial2023-12-20T21:40:32+00:00
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