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Mom Gets Texas D.A. to Enforce Penal Code for Child Custody Interference and Arrest Father

Parent withholding your child? Are you being alienated? This mother finally got a Texas District Attorney’s office to enforce the penal code regarding child custody interference. They arrested the father yesterday, March 2, 2017, and she was able to go and pick her children up immediately. Penal Code 25.03 says that a person is interfering…

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ALIMONY BIAS AND PREJUDICE EXPOSED IN THE WAKE OF ROBIN WILLIAMS’ DEATH

Over the last few days since Robin Williams’ death I have watched a barrage of blogs, social media outlets, and videos expound and share their theories on Robin William’s reasons for suicide. They review his life, evaluate the possible causative factors, and then seem to sum it up in a way that is most comfortable…

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BREAKING FREE OF THE FAMILY COURT CHAINS…TYDA WEBINAR 4

BREAKING THE CHAINS CREATED BY THE FAMILY COURTS… So many people are suffering from being forced into more family studies/home studies, more therapy, and more attorney bills and have no idea how to make it end…don’t let this happen to you! So many people are suffering from being broke because you fought to be with…

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Judges do not Have the Right to Interview Your Child!

Worried that your child has been turned on you and is going to be used against you privately in chambers? Worried that the judge will accept something from your child privately that you’ll never have opportunity to defend against? Are you being told that the judge has the right to interview your child? Don’t stand…

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WHAT IF YOU COULD HAVE OVERCOME STATUS QUO..next FREE WEBINAR registration is open!

What if the other parent didn’t think that they could gain advantage over you by getting you kicked out of the house, spending more time with the kids than you, and by turning the children on you… What if the other parent didn’t think that they could have a better life financially in divorce… Would…

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Child’s Stability Does NOT Trump Parental Rights

So many people attempt to manipulate our emotions in child custody issues. They get us stoked up and emotionally tied to their often false arguments. One of these false arguments is that children have a “right to stability.” I routinely scour US Supreme Court opinions to better understand parent and child rights. I have yet…

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Destroying Divorce Court Lies: Divorce Courts Lie When They Claim That Parental Conflict Negates Parental Rights

Sadly, many attorneys and divorce court judges use this excuse to take on power that is NOT theirs by right. The idea that a right can be eliminated just because it conflicts with another right would make rights themselves meaningless. Religious rights guaranteed under the First Amendment are often in conflict with the rights of…

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Were you convinced that if you just did what the attorneys and the family law court told you to do that you couldn’t possibly lose your child?

Did your own attorney convince you to just go along with them to get along? Just agree to see a psychologist or therapist? And, that after you prove to the therapist that you don’t have any mental illness and that you are the better parent, she could then prove to the other attorney and the…

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Florida Legislature Sells Swamp Land to Parents Seeking Parental Rights!

I’ve been reviewing Florida’s family law statutes in detail and can tell you they lie better than any State I have seen so far. Under Florida’s statute 61.13(2)(c)2. it says “The court shall order that the parental responsibility for a minor child be shared by both parents unless the court finds that shared parental responsibility…

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Florida Statute 61.13 covering divorce and child custody is unconstitutional on its face: see exactly where and how

Florida Statute 61.13 is unconstitutional on many fronts. The following is the complete text of the statute with specific sections highlighted and the author’s comments embedded inline in red text. The Florida legislators need to go to work and fix this statute so that it reflects the fact that parents have rights and that those…

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Do Florida divorce and child custody laws violate the U.S. Constitution?

I’ve recently had reason to review the divorce, child-custody, and alimony statutes of Florida, and I have come away with a strong belief that these statutes are unconstitutional as written. If you have read my book or my other blog posts, then you are aware that the U.S. Constitution has been interpreted by the Supreme…

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Do parents have constitutional rights to their children?

After providing a lengthy discussion of the existing precedent the US Supreme Court as recently as 2000 has said that: “In light of this extensive precedent, it cannot now be doubted that the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment protects the fundamental right of parents to make decisions concerning the care, custody, and control…

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Are State’s Violating Parental Rights and Can you do Something about it Right Now?

According to Young v. Hector, 740 So. 2d 1153 – Fla: Dist. Court of Appeals, 3rd Dist. 1998, “Nancy’s fairness argument is irrelevant to how custodial responsibility should be allocated…. The court should allocate custodial responsibility based on the parents’ past caretaking roles.” This is wrong and flawed thinking on the appellate court’s part. It…

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Radio Interview of the authors of the book “Not in the Child’s Best Interest”

Interview of authors of “Not in the Child’s Best Interest” by Marti Oakley of TS Radio Listen to internet radio with Marti Oakley on BlogTalkRadio If you missed this interview where we discuss Chapter 2 from the new breakthrough parental rights book, “The Wrong-Headed Thinking of Divorce Courts” you can listen to it here. Post…

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The one thing to do to change custody battle momentum

Parents find themselves in runaway custody battles every day. They get hammered for simple things that all parents do but when in a divorce custody battle these get used against you. You can often see the change in attitude of the judge when some minor issue is presented in such an inflammatory way that the…

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How to Limit Divorce Court Power to deny your parental rights – procedural due process?

Did you know that you can block the Divorce Court from determining custody based on the best interest of the child standard? There is a basic procedural step that your attorney and the Judge are simply skipping over as they rush to assume that the Divorce Court has authority to take your child from you.…

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“Not in the Child’s Best Interest” new book coming soon Table of Contents preview

The following is a preview of the Table of Contents from the book written by Ron B. Palmer and Sherry L. Palmer to be published soon, “Not in the Child’s Best Interest”:         Table of Contents Chapter 1 Freedom from Divorce Court Tyranny   1 Declaring our Independence  ………………………………………………………………………….  2 Chapter 2 The…

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Father’s Have Rights Guaranteed by the Constitution. Mother’s Have Rights. Judges Can Protect with Proper CourtRoom Prac

“We believe that divorce is one area of law in which overly aggressive and hostile tactics do not work well. They serve only to delay resolution, run up legal costs and do lasting harm to children and families.” http://divorcesupport.about.com/od/divorceattorneys/a/ThydenGrossBio.htm Finally a firm that calls attention to practices that are creating “harm to children and families.”…

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“The Constitution is the law that defines and limits the powers of government.”

“The Constitution is the law that defines and limits the powers of government.”[1] No wonder the state courts have resisted using it in family law. Their powers have gone virtually unlimited. Limited only by their own interpretations of limits and use of their power. This has left families and children at the mercy of the…

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Does the Family Law System require and encourage false abuse allegations?

There are a lot of complaints out there about false abuse claims. Have we delved into why there might be so many? Really delved. What if you tried to be fair in the beginning? What if you didn’t want to fight? What if you tried not to involve any of your private life and marital…

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Will Gays Suffer Discrimination in Divorce Too?

You think you’ve cured injustice by obtaining equal rights to marriage. You think you won’t suffer prejudice and discrimination anymore after you have the right to marry and divorce. Just wait until you try to divorce with children. You will be discriminated against all over again and thrown right back into a despised class as…

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Feel UnHeard in Family Court? Did they Ignore Real Abuse and Reward an Abuser? Did you Get Punished for Abuse you Didn’t Do?

If you deprive an innocent parent of Parental Liberties, do you deprive a child of their First Amendment Rights as well? We discuss this in chapter 15 of our new book coming soon, “Not in the Child’s Best Interest.” (some more notes from running through more edits of the book follow — keep in mind…

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“Ideas are very often tainted by people’s personal ideologies.” Glattfelder Oct 2012 TED talk

“Ideas are very often tainted by people’s personal ideologies.” Glattfelder Oct 2012 Problem: “Ideas are very often tainted by people’s personal ideologies.” The complexity perspective, James B. Glattfelder hopes allows for some common ground to be found. “The power to help end the gridlock created by conflicting ideas which appears to be paralyzing our globalized…

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Did you Think You Had to Let the Court Steal Your Child from You?

There are plenty of people out there that want to tell you what to do and how to raise your child. Even MSNBC anchor Melissa Harris-Perry says that the children belong to the community. Could she be wrong? Glenn Beck, Sarah Palin, and many other well-known conservatives are screaming that she is, and we agree.…

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Can Family Court Orders stand up to the Equal Protection Clause?

Navigating an Equal Protection argument in the Supreme Court can be extremely tricky. I just touch on the subject here to give you an idea of how you might approach it. I have open discussions on this and other constitutional issues regarding parental rights on my linked in at http://lnkd.in/8-UkcQ and there is more extensive coverage of…

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Can We Be Sure The Family Court System is Not Biased and Based on Personal Beliefs?

We all like to talk about the parents in custody battles and we hear about everyone viewing them through a microscope. Picking them apart, analyzing every move and every breath and judging everything they do. We look for reasons to like or dislike one or the other. Everything the parents do, everything the children do…

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Have Family Courts gone Insane?

“It is high-time that we put some sanity back into this system. It is high-time we move the basis of our Family Laws from a flawed and tragic history of prejudice and discrimination to one of Fundamental Rights for Parents and for Children and recognition that those are rarely in conflict.” Our book proposes a…

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Parents Have Rights and Expect their Attorneys to Protect and Preserve those Rights

Okay, so you have read Chapter 1 of our new book that we posted on this blog, now what? This book is not just a bunch of arguments being layered into the current system. It is not just another band-aid. It is a complete re-thinking of the family law approach, based on a fundamental rights…

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