Man walks to bring awareness to need for divorce reform
Patrick Glynn walks along Pleasants Valley Road on his way from Vacaville to Fairfield, Monday. Glynn is walking to raise awareness of what he calls the "dysfunctional family court system". (Robinson Kuntz/Daily Republic)
FAIRFIELD — Patrick Glynn was making his way Monday on foot along Pleasants Valley Road, walking from Vacaville toward Fairfield.
Glynn is making a 574-mile trek from Sacramento to Los Angeles to bring attention to what he sees as a need for divorce reform.
"On the extreme level, and the reason for my involvement, is people are being stripped of their children," Glynn said. "My case isn't one of the more severe ones, but I've been involved in some of the cases where people are 100 percent taken away from their kids. Kids are seen as cash and if you win the kids in court, you get money."
With his self-described Walk for Lost Kids, which he hopes to complete in 37 days, Glynn said he is representing people who have just given up on their situation. Continue Reading