Founded in 2014 and located in Conyers, GA, I am proud to say that the Kayden Jayce Foundation has quickly become a respected and highly trusted resource for our clients. Our essential mission is to nurture co-parenting skills in a family structure, host informational workshops and seminars designed to educate the public about abuse and child custody issues, and provide impoverished adults with legal assistance so that courts will be able to render just and equitable decisions in related litigation’s. The end goal is to always ensure that children will live in an environment where they are provided with a safe, stable and loving home.
The genesis of the Kayden Jayce Foundation is based on my own personal experience of family abuse and child custody litigation. It is named in honor of my child Kayden Jayce.
In cases of family abuse, there is often the heartrending complication of a parent who perjures him/herself in an attempt to gain child custody. So often, these blatant (and sometimes criminal lies) are directed at the other parent quite simply out of malice and spite. Perjury affects all aspects of society. Children may be illegally separated from family and loved ones while the accused faces potentially being terminated from job security, losing their car, home and other personal possessions usually in the name of spite. This unfortunately can result in financial ruin and months, if not years of distress in the courts.
In many cases, the innocent individual does not have the kind of financial resources needed to successfully dispute the maze of untruths. We provide these clients with legal support from one of the Foundation’s “Participating Attorneys” to help settle these disputes in a fair and equitable manner. We are also registered with the Georgia Bar Association to insure that our clients are receiving the best quality service and also those providing service, are members in good standing with the Bar and abide by their rule of professional conduct. In essence, we put our “boots on the ground” to comfort and protect; to safeguard and to shield; to give back advantage to the disadvantaged; and to prevail until truth and justice is truly served.
In the nine months between June 2009 and April 2010, 75 children were killed by a parent involved in volatile custody battles with their former partners.
Each year more than 58,000 children are ordered by family courts into unsupervised contact with physically or sexually abusive parents following divorce in the United States because those abusive parents have perjured themselves, made false accusations against the opposing parent, successfully received a false Temporary Protective Order issued by Child Protective Services and many of these cases are unsuccessfully adjudicated quite simply because the losing parent (who should be the winning parent) does not have the financial resources or help to fight the false allegations. This is also known as another form of abuse.
Many of these individuals may reside in homeless shelters or transitional homes. The program focuses on promoting their social, physical, and emotional well-being. We offer a variety of activities designed to meet the individual needs and interests including counseling and consulting services to provide them with the advice in order to assist them with issues related to legal assistance concerning their children and/or abusive relationships.
Kayden Jayce Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit 501c3 organization that has complied with the requirements of the Georgia State Bar Rule 7.3(c)(1). All donations are tax-deductible. For more information, please feel free to call us at 404-491-9037 or email us at [email protected] On behalf of our clients and their children, we are deeply grateful.
These are the beats of The Kayden Jayce Foundation’s heart.
We are here to help you.
Thank you for letting us serve you. And to our many donors and contributors, may God keep you, and bless you for your gracious support.