Monthly Archives: July 2015

Enforcing Parenting Time Just Got easier in Oklahoma with SB 1612

“This bill is about holding custodial parents more responsible for honoring visitation schedules. Unfortunately, the visitation rights of law-abiding noncustodial parents are continually trampled because they simply can’t afford the court costs of taking the custodial parent to court after every visitation violation,” said Sharp, R-Shawnee. A grandmother wrote us her story on our Facebook…

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Parents Getting Ready to Follow Declaratory Judgment Path that gay rights movement and Roe v Wade followed to Voiding Unconstitutional Family Laws

Last Friday the gay rights movement was added to the growing list of judicial successes for ridding our society of abuse of power in the states. Prior to the success of the gay rights movement, Norma McCorvey, or more well known as Jane Roe in the famous landmark case called Roe v. Wade, succeeded in getting…

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