Do I need to hurt the other parent to justify my rights to take my children back?

Lately, I have noticed that there are some parents looking to our book for the authority to rip the children away from another fit parent, they are hurt and they think they need to hurt the other parent to justify getting their equal rights and equal time back.

Parents if you are looking for a free-for-all in court or you use the arguments in our book for the sole purpose to get the court on your side and to side with you and side against another fit parent, then this book is not for you. If you plead that the court has no right to allow the other parent to take from you, or judge you arbitrarily without finding you unfit, and that the other parent has no right to tell you what to do during your time with the children or judge your parenting beyond the basic minimum requirements of the law, then you don’t get to do it to the other parent either.

If you plead that the court has no jurisdiction to interfere with your rights then they also have no authority to interfere with the other parent’s rights, and neither do you. This book is not for angry vindictive parents who want to punish the other parent. You do not get to go in and complain about the other parent and not expect that the other parent do the same to you. So if you go in and complain under arbitrary standards, the other parent can do the same to you.

If that is what you want to do, then you have no basis to complain about or blame any attorney, any divorce court judge, or the system as a whole because you are getting the system that you are asking for. It is inherently unfair to ask the judge to make arbitrary emotional decisions and then blame that judge for making those decisions under the conditions you asked for thinking you would get them on your side, and then complain afterwards just because you don’t like the outcome.

This book is for parents who simply want their equal rights and time with their children.

We are not anti-judge, we are not anti-attorney, and we are not anti-family law system, we are pro law and pro constitution. We want judges to rule based on the law and to uphold the constitution. If both parties want to knowingly and willingly give up their constitutional rights in the hopes of winning everything, and destroying the other party, then you no longer have the protection of those rights – you gave them up, and you cannot complain about the results of the system later.

Be cognizant of what you are doing. Understand that the other parent can within the law parent the children the way that they choose, just as you want to do. Nothing in our book claims that the Constitution gives you the authority to control or interfere with the other fit parent.

We wrote this book because we realized that parents, attorneys, and judges might be behaving in arbitrary and capricious ways because they did not know how to do it any other way. If that’s the case, and you want your rights respected and you understand that both parents have a right to the respect and dignity of their parental rights and you just didn’t know how to present this to the court, this is the book for you. You will save yourself tons of money, heartache, and save your children from financially devastated parents, loss of having both fit parents in their lives, and from the confusion and damage of being dragged into litigation. Get this book today and learn how to stop making these mistakes.