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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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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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Children Can’t Choose Not to go to School, Why do they get to Choose a Parent in Divorce? Response to Nicole Nenninger’s comment.

Nicole Nenninger brings up several very important issues around child custody battles. She gets right to the point and we get to the heart of these destructive practices. Yes, the current court system in family law is “a stupid, horrible idea, court system!” Nicole. The intended results of the current court system is to eliminate…

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What and Why Do Divorce Lawyers Do in Their Own Divorce?

I found an article called “What do Divorce Lawyers Do In Their Own Divorces” written by J. Richard Kulerski, attorney and partner in the Law firm of Kulerski & Cornelison published on February 6, 2012 at Huff Post Divorce[1] particularly interesting. There were several things that caught my attention. J. Richard Kulerski asks “What do…

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