MOTHERS’ PORTAL EXPANDS TO OFFER MOTHERS’ RIGHTS INFORMATION

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SearchMothers.com, the Most Comprehensive Source of Information for All Types of Mothers, now supports MothersRights.org content

(Mount Laurel, NJ, May 3, 2002) – SearchMothers.com announced today the expansion of its website to include Mothers Rights information. The domains MothersRights.org and MothersRights.com are now being rerouted to the SearchMothers.com website to offer single and divorced mothers an opportunity to access accurate and helpful information about child custody, child support, family law, parenting time, and mother-and-child related information. Information available to mothers include directory listings categorized by interest, with each category containing links to pre-screened web sites to help mothers find useful sites.

SearchMothers has content for those women who are entering the status of single motherhood and even those who are not. SearchMothers.com and MothersRights.org share the common goal of assuring access to as much information as possible for mothers to succeed in their endeavors. Improving the quality of life for mothers and their children in the United States is one of the key concerns and goals of SearchMothers.com and MothersRights.org websites.

In response to a request for helping mothers worldwide, one of the many initiatives planned for the SearchMothers.com and MothersRights.org websites is a collaborative effort to help mothers throughout the U.S. in desperate need of emotional support during times when they have lost custody of their young children or are losing custody of their children, not getting adequate obstetrics care or health insurance, or are victims of violence. The goal is to have SearchMothers.com (and MothersRight.org) become an important website in the promotion of mothers’ and childrens’ rights through cooperation with local professionals.

Other initiatives are to bring on more local professionals to moderate message boards, and handle Q&A in the various channels such as parenting, careers, childcare, and money.

The need for this website and its content stems from research on motherhood. While change occurs around us, we still live in an age where motherhood is revered, as a recent market research reveals, many women in the workplace today believe women who choose not to have children regret it later in life. Many are opting for becoming single parents instead of missing out on the chance to become mothers, according to a 2002 Primedia online survey.

About SearchMothers.com

SearchMothers.com, an independent information portal, is a trusted online resource for mothers’ rights, childcare, working mothers, and parenting advice. SearchMothers.com provides reliable, accurate, and useful information for mothers. The messaging area is open to professional moderators, but currently built upon the premise of “mothers helping mothers”. The portal contains directory listings categorized by interest, with each category containing links to pre-screened web sites to help mothers find information easily. comes to the rescue of Mothers who are confused over the inundation of parenting information with little regard for clear fact or focus. SearchMothers.com reaches the next echelon in information gathering: being able to see how other mothers like themselves do it. In response to this need, SearchMothers.com is the first web solution, for all types of mothers, to profile the concerns and issues of Mothers, Parenting, Money, Careers and Childcare. It enables mothers to better manage their lives and identify the best decisions to make in the future.

SearchMothers.com is looking forward to its one year anniversary this Mother’s Day. It has increased the number of visitors each month in the last year. We thank all those who have visited.

The domains SearchMothers.com, MothersRights.org, MothersRights.com, and MothersRights.us belong to Tech Research exclusively. Note: Legal advice is not provided on these websites, but attorneys are welcome to offer assistance on this website.

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