This short informational article is geared towards all single parents, mothers and fathers, across the globe, and not just the United States of America. Taking the States as an example, this article wishes to point out the resourcefulness of a services and advice oriented site for those who fall out of the legal and national jurisdiction of a specific area or region. For instance, if single parents help that is legally inclined, may not necessarily and directly benefit the international reader in the sense that he or she cannot directly utilize the legal resource centers listed specifically for the use of American citizens, he or she can still benefit from the accumulated knowledge derived.
Beyond the homepage are a number of advice columns and guides that can be of benefit to the international reader. Without wishing to patronize, let’s face it, most of the American states’ legal institutions are far more advanced and human rights-oriented than in most developing nations around the world. What has the international reader got to lose then from picking up new information on how to deal with custody cases and issues related to physical and emotional abuse?
The internet’s algorithms also come into full play here. For example, after the bereaved mother has completed her resourceful reading on the American website, she can then utilize the keyword phraseology. For instance, if she needs to know ‘ho to request pro bono assistance’ she can use that given phrase in a new search engine search. Chances are fair to good that she may find an advice link close to her, if not in her city, possibly in her country of residence.
Finally, no matter which website is visited, additional links for further and extensive reading are always provided for knowledge empowerment.