Monthly Archives: December 2016

Want Equal Parenting but Cannot Get an Equal Parenting Bill Passed? Try This…

This is a proposed procedural bill for the Texas Family Code. (download the bill below) Ron and Sherry noticed while reviewing the family code in Texas that part of the problem in the family courts is that there is no guidance for the judges on how to handle fundamental rights between fit parents in SAPCR…

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Is Partisanship Causing Your Legislator to Deny Equal Parenting?

How many of your legislators incorrectly believe that equal parenting or close to it is awarded in divorce most of the time? This most recent article got me thinking.* Is partisanship driving the decision that your legislator is making regarding equal parenting? If they believe that equal parenting is already available they might not be…

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New Studies Show that Equal Parenting is not Harmful to Children…

Not being able to get along, agree, or co-parent is the reason that many judges use for ordering one parent more time with the child than the other. You do not have to settle for this anymore! It is now easier than ever to argue that you are entitled to and that your child deserves…

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How a GAL Makes You Broke in Divorce? Steps You Can Take to Fight Back!

Here is an example of how you can lose your child and a GAL or an amicus can make you too broke to continue to fight to get your child back: Your ex can report false allegations to CPS. The ex then uses this report to CPS as a basis for asking the court to…

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Can Child Support be Reduced if a Parent Interferes With Your Parenting Time?

FIGHTING CHILD SUPPORT IN FLORIDA and not getting to see your child?   If a parent is having to spend money to reunify with their child because a parent interfered with their time can that parent increase the child support responsibility on that offending parent? In the state of Florida, the child support statutes do…

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