Tag Archives: shared parenting

Common Shared Parenting Myths – Part One of a Two-Part Series

Myth: “Kids get bounced back and forth between two homes more in shared parenting than in a primary custodial arrangement, and it’s not stable.” Reality: The actual number of transitions is exactly the same for a child, whether they are on the infamous Siegenthaler schedule (which, interestingly was overturned on appeal – yet many judges…

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FIX FAMILY COURTS “PROTECTING PARENT-CHILD BONDS: 28TH AMENDMENT” free E-BOOK to be released at DIVORCE CORP. MOVIE SCREENING

Ron B Palmer and Sherry Palmer have announced that their first ever, one-of-a-kind book for lawmakers, “Protecting Parent-Child Bonds: 28th Amendment” will be officially released at the much anticipated movie screening DIVORCE CORP on January 10, 2014. A movie about 4 families that have suffered unimaginable injustices and financial devastation at the hands of the…

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Are the State’s Rendering Parents Indentured Servants after Divorce? Child support, Alimony, Spousal Maintenance. Where do we Draw the Line?

Further research is revealing that child support may not be constitutional either in many cases. (Keep in mind that we are not attorneys and are only sharing information with you as we understand it as laymen and are sharing for political reasons as well as we have a right to challenge intrusions in our lives…

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