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“The system is pushing away the dads that want to be involved,” claims Feeles. It was his own personal experience of being a father in an estranged relationship which led him to take up the cause. “I realise men were suffering from a traditional bias, not only at the court but also throughout the entire system when it comes to the family…”

That message has found resonance among men struggling for parental access to often very young children. SFATT’s Facebook membership has already crossed the 700 mark and many stories are emerging about men who have felt themselves unjustly and unfairly treated.

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