National Family Law Policy Center advocates for sound family law policy
that protects the best interests of children by protecting the
fundamental rights of those best positioned to provide that level of
care. It is irrefutable that children with two fit committed parents in
their lives do much better in life than those without. Our federal
constitution protects the individual rights of each fit parent to
provide that benefit to children without regard to the marital status
between the parents.
The National Family Law Policy Center develops and promotes policies which enable children to have two full loving parents in their lives regardless of the marital status between those parents.
We educate legislators, judges, executive actors, attorneys, and parents through publications, conferences, research, educational seminars, amicus briefs, and other means, on constitutional family law issues that inform and that place limits on family law policies.
The National Family Law Policy Center is a private nonprofit corporation. Our work is funded solely through Tax-deductive gifts from private companies, foundations, and individuals. The National Family Law Policy Center is currently seeking 501(c)3 status.
The National Family Law Policy Center offers a variety of membership levels and benefits that follow accordingly with each level. Some of our benefits include access to private events, recognition at every event, access to the C level officers for private briefings, and our quarterly magazine.