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Steve Bresnen

How to Challenge Waiver of Rights

How to Challenge Waiver of Rights

Many state court judges believe that you waive your rights when enter a custody battle because they say you are asking the court to decide what you cannot decide together. This, of course, is total bull but you need to know how to fight it. What should you do?

How the Family Courts Censor You – First Amendment rights versus Fourteenth Amendment

How the Family Courts Censor You – First Amendment rights versus Fourteenth Amendment

Contrary to what your judge and attorney will tell you, the Supreme Court says that your parent-child association right is protected by the First Amendment as both intimate and expressive association. Close family associations of this nature must receive strict scrutiny protections which your divorce court judge is denying you. This is an abuse of discretion because the judge lacks any discretion to limit this right without first providing full due process protections to you and to your child. Violation of this right is deemed by the Supreme Court to be “irreparable harm” to both you and to your child. It is an abuse of discretion for your judge to claim that he or she is acting in the best interest of your child when he or she irreparably harms your child. It cannot be in your child’s best interest for the judge to irreparably harm them.

Why Your Attorney Cannot Provide What We Provide

Why Your Attorney Cannot Provide What We Provide

Complex System Analysis & Design The law is a highly complex system that can only truly be understood using skills and methodologies designed to be applied in complex systemd. Attorneys understand how their tiny piece of the system operates in thier tiny county,...

When you are a member but get the Member Required page

When you are a member but get the Member Required page

When you click on something and get the Member Required page. Try this first: Go back up to the menu at the top of the page. On the far right, "For Members", click on the "Members Home." Log in. If you were logged in. Make sure that you were logged in using the e-mail...

Supreme Court of Connecticut protects parental rights and children’s rights

Supreme Court of Connecticut protects parental rights and children’s rights

Parental Rights Case comes out of Supreme Court of Connecticut this Week that re-confirms the principles in Santosky and breathes new life into cases for parents trying to regain custody from a relative or a foster parent, and says child’s rights are not divergent from parental rights until a parent is found to be unfit or the child’s safety is at risk. Although there is nothing new or groundbreaking here, this case confirms that the Palmer’s arguments are right. and constitutional rights arguments can and do work. Each and every win builds on the last win until eventually the tyranny ends.

Child-Support Contempt

Child-Support Contempt

Today, I read yet another sad post from a father who lost a contempt hearing on inability to pay child-support because he didn’t challenge the judge’s actions properly. Judges have been so bad about failing to properly perform ability to pay hearings that the American Bar Association (ABA) just published a formal order educating judges on just what is required of them in these ability-to-pay hearings.

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