Monthly Archives: May 2013

Breakthrough Parental Rights book by Non-Attorneys Changing Child Custody Landscape

At a time when divorce-related violent crime is prevalent in the news, Ron and Sherry Palmer announce publication of, Not in the Child’s Best Interest: Why Divorce Courts Get it all Wrong and How the Constitution Can Fix It, a book forcing courts to reconsider the way they handle custody decisions. The Palmer’s wrote this…

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Response to Ica Iova’s “Living Apart But Still A Family”

The following is a response to a very good article written by Ica Iova called “Living Apart But Still A Family” located at Broken Home Society. True most parents are unable to agree after divorce. This however is not grounds for a court to allow the other parent to torture and terrorize you or require you…

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