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Remembering Barry Williams – Fighter for Australian dads

By John Stapleton One of the greatest fighters for Australia’s many separated dads, Barry Williams, founder of the Lone Fathers Association, has passed away aged 85.  Warwick Marsh of Dads4Kids fame writes: “Barry Williams (18 April 1938 – 23 February… Continue Reading →

Vale Barry Williams: Founder of Lone Fathers, Australia’s Historic Voice for Men, Children and Families

By Warwick Marsh: From The Daily Dad “Don’t go in there,” she shouted, “He will kill you. He has court orders, but he cannot see his kids.” Barry calmly assured her it would be okay. “You don’t understand, Barry; he… Continue Reading →

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