Legal Services for Divorced Dads


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What We Do


Good Fatherhood Forever mission is to provide resources and information pertaining to men becoming more knowledgeable about the court system (child support, visitation and custody cases)  The goal is by providing resources men will stay connected to their children after a separation and divorce.  One other goal is to reduce the risk of men committing physical harm to the mothers of their children which has now become a growing trend.

We strive to make sure you have resources and information to not only help you to succeed in the court system but also providing proactive ways to cope with the stress of being involved in the court system.  As a member you will have access to monthly teleconferences on a variety of topics,  referrals to attorneys with high ratings, and much more.  The great part of this service is you only pay a ONE TIME FEE  if you take advantage of the special.   So, act now because this offer is only for a limited time.  Men succeed in court when they roll up their sleeves and participate in their own progress.  First 90 days the fee will be 29.95 for life!


As a member you will have/receive;

-Access to monthly teleconferences related to fatherhood and the court system-topics will 

- Access to guest interviews by experts such as child support officials, parenting experts, fathers who succeeded in court, attorneys, etc.  

-Consultation regarding your case (mostly via e-mail)    


1-Make a payment

2-Complete enrollment form

3-Email enrolllment form to

Do you provide information about attorneys? 

Yes we will not only direct you to attorneys we will teach you how to hire attorneys based on research. Men often hire attorneys without finding out critical information pertaining to their level of expertise. As a result, many men have complained they felt they wasted thousands of dollars in legal fees and saw very little progress in their cases.

If I sign up within 90 days, what will be my monthly fee going forward?

Because you signed up within the 90 day special, will not be responsible for anymore payments.

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How much experience do you 

have working with fathers? I have another program by the name of Fathers With Voices which I started in 1996. The program as a result of consultation and resources have helped men to  defy the odds.   Men obtained visitation rights, awarded joint custody/joint legal custody and custody of their children. These men participated in their own progress and many of the elements of FWV I have implemented within Good Fatherhood Forever program. I have appeared on numerous national media over the past 20 years to discuss the plight of men within the court system. I am also an author and my books are now available on Feel free to google me to learn more about my past experience working with fathers!        

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Our Team

Co-Founder- Eric Legette

 Mr. Eric Legette created Fathers With Voices in the summer of 1996 after learning a childhood friend was experiencing difficulties within the family court system. When his friend did not receive the proper assistance from family court regarding maintaining a relationship with his child, he decided to walk away to avoid causing any trouble. Mr. Legette asked himself, “How many men were forced to make a similar decision?” Further, he wondered, “How many programs in New York City could assist someone like my friend?” To his surprise, many fathers were having difficulty navigating the family court system and there were no programs to assist fathers.   

During the time Mr. Legette was laying the foundation for Fathers With Voices, his own daughter was two years old. In between working at times two jobs and attending college full-time at night, he made time to bond with his daughter. In September of 1996, Mr. Legette’s time with his daughter was threatened. Mr. Legette became involved in a seven-month visitation case in order to maintain a relationship with his daughter. The experience was a life-changing event because it led Mr. Legette to develop a passion to help fathers who really desired to be involved in their child’s life after a separation or divorce. At times, the experience left him feeling he was a man without a voice. However, he also learned if a man conducted himself in the proper manner, consistent in attending his court appointments and dressed appropriately, a judge would consider a father more favorably. It is these lessons that he has shared with men to be successful within family court. His original visitation case was successful and he later found it necessary to file for custody of his daughter. After three years of litigation, Mr. Legette was awarded full custody.  

 Mr. Legette found the most pressing need for men was information and resources. Mr. Legette created a library of resources including free or low cost consultation, contact numbers to local family courts, legal referral services, child support assistance programs and much more. Mr. Legette also researched the emotional importance of consistent father involvement so fathers would know they have more to contribute to their child’s life than child support payments. Since starting Fathers With Voices, men have been able to: 

· Establish legal paternity

 · Win court ordered visitation rights including holidays, vacation time, telephone contact and school involvement 

· Win custody cases · Settle child support disputes · Learn more about the family court process   Fathers With Voices have helped men manage the stress being involved in difficult family court cases. The information and resources have: ·

 Reduced the threat of men committing acts of domestic violence 

· Deterred men who wanted to abandon their responsibilities 

· Deterred men from committing suicide 

· Deterred men from abusing drugs/alcohol 

· Encouraged men to focus on their responsibilities and not parental conflicts  

Fathers With Voices primary focus have been to assist men involved in family court cases. However, the program has also assisted many mothers. After speaking to thousands of men and women involved in the “drama”, Mr. Legette learned individuals engaged in intimacy too quickly without the benefit of getting to know each other and neglecting to ask questions before undressing. These actions were a direct link to the reasons they became involved in the “drama”.    Presentations/Workshops/Speaking Engagements North Carolina A & T University Guest Speaker 2008 Indiana Fatherhood Coalition New York City Department of Corrections New York City Mass Transit Authority National Football League Lehman College Medgar Evers College John Jay College York College New York City College of Technology   Media Appearances/Magazines/Newspapers June 2008 issue- Ebony Magazine The New York Times  Regalman Magazine The Greensboro News and Record High Point Enterprise The Tom Joyner Morning Show-(Roland Martin segment) The Michael Baisden Show  Community Focus with Renee Vaughn 97.1-Greensboro, North Carolina The Busta Brown Show-97.1 WQMG-Greensboro, North Carolina “Power Talk” hosted by Lorraine Jacaues-White-1380 AM WAOK-Atlanta Georgia “The Buckley Report” FOX 8 NEWS hosted by Bob Buckley-Greensboro, North Carolina “In the Community“-WPEG POWER 98FM-Charlotte, North Carolina “The Morning Madhouse Show-WPEG POWER 98.FM-Charlotte, North Carolina “Straight Talk”-hosted by Amos Quick-102JAMZ FM-Greensboro, North Carolina “Conversations with J Yvonne“-WAA 90.1 FM-Greensboro, North Carolina  The Steve Harvey Morning Show with Ms. Ann. Tripp-107.5FM-New York City, New York  Hot 97 Street Soldiers with Lisa Evers-HOT 97 FM-New York City, New York “Teen Talk” WNYC Television-New York City, New York  “Teen Talk Radio” on WNYE 91.5 FM-New York City, New York “Education Dialogue” WNYE Channel 25-New York City, New York Dr. Jeff Gardere Show-WWRL 1600 AM-New York City, New York “Issues” with Ed Jones KBZE 105.9 FM-Louisiana  “The Sighlent Storm” show-SiriusXM radio-Washington D.C. Publications Author of Closing the Curtain on Baby Mama Drama   Articles contributed to: Empowernewsmag com,,,, The Inq Newspaper-   Springfield Massachusetts    

Co-Founder Calvin Mann

Calvin T. Mann was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan on Detroit’s west side to Rev. Columbus Mann and Ollibell Rosetha Mann.  During his young adulthood, Calvin served his alma mater, Ferndale High School, as a varsity level Basketball Coach where he focused on character building, inspiring and encouraging student athletes. Throughout his coaching career, Mann further served his community by volunteering his unique coaching expertise to the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU). 

For more than 28 years, Mann utilizes basic character elements acquired over the duration of his coaching career such as, teamwork, discipline, and respect, enriching many lives with a renewed heritage and modern appeal. His approach to life is refreshing, energetic, and creative; a vision which guided him to create inspired apparel and fashion. Through prayer, meditation, and his insightful desire for positive direction, Mann also manifested a gift of inspirational sayings. Using t-shirts and other apparel as the vehicle to spread words of encouragement, his vision and positive messages of encouragement has delighted fashion followers around the globe. 

Due to the lack of avenues available to fathers, men in numbers began joining the EMIY network and as a result Good Fathers Only, LLC, (GFO) was initiated.  A division of EMIY, Inc., GFO caters to men from all walks of life. Upon a conversation sparked by GFO with a fellow father from New York, Martin Johnson Pratt, as well as the consistent inquiries and growing popularity of the group, the idea of a weekly talk forum called, Daddy Talk was born. Mann’s passion and unique perception exemplifies diversity, self-belief, and love for his fellow man. As the author of “Just Ask: 40 Day Journal to Your Blessings,” he uses journaling as a tool to encourage individuals and families to find their purpose and to seek relationship with God in the everyday things. He has a firm understanding of how people think and continues to actively educate those he meets by imparting an integral idiom to encouraging someone close to them. Mann often serves on panels, speaks to schools, sports teams, ministries and to other public venues, enlightening audiences on the potential solutions and perspectives of fatherhood, mentorship, family, community, sportsmanship, and other topics that empower people toward real change. Join the movement, “Encourage Me I’m Young” and “Good Fathers Only” today. Coming 2016 New Book “Parenting from Brokenness”  

* For guest appearances, speaker requests, or further information contact Calvin Mann  at 313-332-3323, or  



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