Going Along to Get Along…

Going Along to Get Along could cost you your kids, your money, and the rest of your property.

There are many parents that are led to believe that they might be saving money by going along with their attorney and they think that they are going along to get along and that they will get a better result like this. You might believe that if you just do what they say they will see the truth. You might even believe that the judge will see through your former spouse or partner. And that the judge will help you and be fair. These are all false beliefs that have caused many to leave in shock and cost them total devastation. They are expensive beliefs. And dangerous paths to take that slowly undermine your rights and trap you into whatever the judge decides.

Do you have an attorney that is preventing you from the justice and protection that the U.S. Constitution provides…get help putting the constitution back into the equation in your family court case.

Otherwise here’s what you get when you go along to get along: You might get to pay to be told what to do (when your attorney doesn’t protect your parental rights), forced into doing what someone else decides is best for your children (when your attorney forfeits your right to determine best interest to the judge), forced to pay for things that you cannot afford and really aren’t necessary in most cases (GALs, family studies, psych evals, and other experts), and placed in situations that could lead to depriving you of time and rights with your children (family studies, psych evals, and other expert evaluations).

Why rely on the Constitution? The Constitution reduces the use of bias and personal preference, and protects you from unauthorized government interference.

Where do you start?

Start with the following premises:

  1. The other parent has no claim on your rights to your children.
  2. Your parental rights are individual and separate from the other parent.
  3. You do not have to get along to continue to have those rights.
  4. The other parent does not have the right to tell you how to exercise those rights.
  5. The best interest of your child is determined by you not the state until you are proven to be unfit or clear and present danger.

Get our books for more details on how to protect yourself from practices in the divorce courts that lead you down paths that make you broke and cause you to lose your rights.

“…we are all equals in the eyes of the law…but that’s not true because the eyes of the law are human eyes, yours and mine, and until we can see each other as equals, justice is never going to be even handed, it will remain nothing more than a reflection of our own prejudices. So until that day, we have a duty under God to seek the truth, not with our eyes, not with our minds with fear and hate or in commonality and to prejudice but with our hearts, but we don’t know better.” [Matthew McConaughey in “A Time to Kill” by Joel Schumacher from John Grisham’s first novel] We do know better now. The social experiment of ignoring this document in America in our family courts can come to an end with every single one of you.