Tag Archives: equal rights

What do you do when there is no attorney that knows how to protect you?    

Have you ever been told, “Well you had an attorney didn’t you? So what are you complaining about?” You are treated like that was enough, like that was sufficient. And then they look at you funny and act like they don’t understand why you are complaining. They act confused about why you didn’t like the…

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Where do You Stand on Protecting Parent-Child Bonds

Where do you stand on  Protecting Parent-Child Bonds is a question we should be asking to every politician, judge, and family law attorney. It is imperative that we begin setting the expectation in our society that children need to be protected and that children are best protected when the rights of fit parents are protected.…

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Choosing an Attorney – new e-book to be released soon sneak peek and limited time free e-book offer

Choosing an Attorney, a soon-to-be released book designed to help you find the right attorney, and help you achieve your child custody goals for once and not the goals designed by the current system. It’s no longer necessary for you to take blind chances with your rights with your child. With this book, you have…

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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 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…

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When Does Divorce Court Have the Authority to Take Your Equal Time from You with Your Child?

This post is sharing some more valuable content on child custody and divorce from our soon to be released book “Not in the Child’s Best Interest.” This excerpt explains more on parens patriae, its role, and where the power and authority originate in child custody: “If the State intervenes in the custody rights of parents,…

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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 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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