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Win Child Custody - Fast, Easy, Simple New Pre-Trial Motions

New Book Content Available

As we are finalizing our latest book and preparing to send it to publication next week, we are already hard at work on our next book. Previews of this book with special content will be available to members only. We just released our first blog post which covers one of...

Benefits for Members with Fix Family Courts

If you're feeling overwhelmed by the process, or just starting and don't even know where to begin, we have an affordable program for you. Maybe you're not sure if your rights are being protected or what rights you may be handing to the courts unknowingly?    Learn new...

Ohio Court passes Equal Parenting as the Standard Parenting Order Plan in Tuscarawas County!

Finally a court that is going to default to an EQUAL Standard Parenting Order when the parents cannot agree! And NO primary residential parent! Each parent is primary during the time they have possession of the child. The courts have agreed to equal for 3-13 year...

Enforcing Your Child Custody Order

CHILD CUSTODY INTERFERENCE When a child custody order is created, it is created in the best interest of the child, right? So if a parent violates this order wouldn’t they be violating the best interest of the child? If your judge decided that it was in your child’s...

Caselaw Discussion – What the Attorneys are not Telling You – Cook v Cook 2017

Live broadcast today with Ron and Sherry Palmer, 3 p,m. cst time. Today, we are discussing caselaw, specifically, Cook v. Cook from Maryland. This is a 2017 case. We will be live broadcasting this discussion at 3 p.m. cst today, January 6, 2018. Whether your case is...

The Child-Support Lie and The Title IV-D Reply

The Texas legislature is saying that parents are only asking for equal custody so that they can get out of paying child-support. The Texas legislature is doing what the Texas legislature has done best since the day it became a state, discriminating against those the...

SCOTUS Year End Report

Every year the Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) issues a year end report with stats on the federal courts. Did you know that the federal courts employ 30,000 people? Did you know that half of federal civil appeals were filed pro se? One way to...

New Way to Divorce – New Membership Option with Fix Family Courts

Divorce is scary business. Parents are hiring attorneys with the belief that the attorney is going to protect them. Your attorney will NOT protect your rights! You think you can go on with your business, carry on with your life, and just await your attorney's...

Before You Judge . . .

Going in to the new year, I encourage people to think before judging the parents who do not have equal custody with their child. Before you judge them you need to know that they were not represented properly in the family courts. I can assure you that their attorney...

Common Shared Parenting Complaints – Part Two of a Two-Part Series

This is Part 2 of The Shared Parenting Series. For Part 1, Click here. How do you make shared parenting work when you really don’t like your ex (or your ex really doesn’t like you)? The answer? Parallel parenting. Parallel parenting is almost like the best of both...

TEXAS PUBLIC POLICY: BEST INTEREST OF THE CHILD LIE

Best interest of the child is an invidious and venerable phrase. It is one of the best marketing phrases ever invented. This phrase allows a judge in a family court to do whatever the court chooses, and if a parent challenges a judge, the court uses it to remove that...

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False Claims of Sexual Abuse Live On Even After Jury Acquittal

I just wanted you to see the damage that false claims of sexual abuse cause, even after the person is exonerated. The charges were dropped against this pediatric dentist, but when I ran a Google search immediately after seeing the story on CBS News Channel 11, the...

Blaming Mom – Single Parent Homes

I’ve been thinking about this for a while, mom blame. Partly because I’m a mother and the other because of the area that I work in, family law reform and education. The Doctors show today, Episode 48, Season 10, included a segment on “How to be a Wealthy Single Mom....

New Motion for Equal Parenting – Getting Justice in the Family Courts

The Pre-Trial Conference motion does more than just equal parenting, it gets the family courts out of your wallet, protects your right to challenge the illegal practices of the courts, and your right to protect your child from the interference of the courts and your...

Illinois Proposed Equal Parenting Bill 4113

All over the U.S. fathers and mothers have come together to push equal parenting bills in an effort to get the courts out of their lives and to stop the courts from interfering in their children's lives.  Jesse West, Sr, Founder of  “Dads Can Too,” and Ryan Allison,...

Attorney Admits the Family Law Process Does not Allow Them to Protect Parental Rights

Attorney admits that they are not allowed to help parents protect their rights. Parents all over the United States are complaining to us that they cannot get attorneys to tell the judges that they have parental rights. They spend thousands of dollars only to be told...

PROP 4 in Texas involves the AG in your child custody case!

Proposition 4 proposes a constitutional amendment to require that a court notify the Attorney General (AG) when a statute’s constitutionality is being challenged before the court rules on it. This gives the AG 45 days to decide whether they wish to respond and...

USING LEGAL JUDO TO GET EQUAL CUSTODY

Recently we had an interesting discussion with a very notable state court justice regarding family law. He introduced us to a method of achieving equal custody that we had never heard of before nor had ever considered, but as we have come to expect from this justice,...

Hassellhoff Wants his Ex to Get a Job so He Can Stop Paying Spousal Support

David Hassellhoff has paid over 2.5 million in alimony. He has paid since 2006. Recently he filed to have the spousal maintenance eliminated stating that his ex-wife, Pamela, has failed to improve her job skills and is not seeking employment. Why has this argument...

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...

Making Parental Alienation a Criminal Offense

DEFINING PARENTAL ALIENATION Many organizations would like parental alienation to be considered child abuse. But before that can happen there needs to be a discussion about how to make this a crime, and what constitutes the crime. In other words, what gets included as...

Guardian ad Litems can Cost you Your Child Custody Case.

Another word for Guardian ad Litem, could be EXPLORATORY SEARCH! This is not something you want to subject yourself, your child, or your pocketbook to. The actual definition of Guardian ad Litem (GAL) is...

Chilling 911 call from Mother right After Killing her Children Day After Father Files for Divorce

Two killer mothers, same bad court process. This mother stabbed her two young children in the neck in November 2016. Her trial was set to begin last month. She has pleaded not guilty even after telling 9-1-1 she killed her children because she didn't want her husband...

Colorado Court Self-Help Website Promotes Biased Mother’s Group

When a group is clearly not neutral, should your court be providing them as a resource? Should the Colorado Judicial government website list groups who are promoting the destructive idea that women are the better caretakers and that men who challenge this are abusers?...

Was Joint Custody Appropriate for Little Boy Jude Sandberg Killed by Mother in Orono?

Is joint custody appropriate in situations such as Jude? The appellate court reviewed this question recently and rendered their opinion on April 3, 2017, just a few short months before Jude was killed by his mother in Orono.  Despite the high conflict between the...

Mother kills son after loses child custody dispute that was to end in equal 50-50 custody

Father, Jeff Sandberg, and his family have suffered a terrible loss. He has decided to turn his tragedy into an effort to change the laws in Minnesota. He has started these efforts even before his son’s burial. The law that he wants to change has to do with psych...

TRFRA Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act Section 110.004

Texas Civil Practices and Remedies Code Title 5. Government Liability Chapter 110. Religious Freedom TRFRA Section 110.004 Defense Analysis: This short section makes clear that the religious freedom limits on government action can be raised as a defense in any suit...

TRFRA Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act Section 110.005

Texas Civil Practices and Remedies Code Title 5. Government Liability Chapter 110. Religious Freedom TRFRA Section 110.005 Remedies Analysis: For many people, this section will be the good part. Section 110.005 provides the remedies that you can receive from the...

TRFRA Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act Section 110.008

Civil Practices and Remedies Code Title 5. Government Liability Chapter 110. Religious Freedom TRFRA Section 110.008.  Sovereign Immunity Waived Analysis: This section is important because sub-section (a) specifically waives sovereign immunity. You may already know...

TRFRA Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act Statute 110.003

Texas Civil Practices and Remedies Code Title 5. Government Liability Chapter 110. Religious Freedom TRFRA Section 110.003 Religious Freedom Protected Analysis: This section actually states what the government may not do regarding religious freedom. It says that a...

TRFRA Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act Section 110.007

Texas Civil Practices and Remedies Code Title 5. Government Liability Chapter 110. Religious Freedom   TRFRA Section 110.007 One-Year Limitations Period Analysis: This short section of Chapter 110 is very important for anybody seeking relief under the code. You cannot...

TRFRA Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act Statute 110.006

Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code Title 5. Governmental Liability Chapter 110. Religious Freedom TRFRA Section 110.006 Notice; Right to Accommodate Analysis: This is the section that describes what must go into the notice letter, when the notice letter isn’t...

TRFRA Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act Section 110.002

Texas Civil Practices and Remedies Code Title 5. Government Liability Chapter 110. Religious Freedom   TRFRA Section 110.002 Application Analysis: This section explains the reach of the chapter and where it applies. Essentially, it applies everywhere and to every...

TRFRA Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act Statute 110.001

Texas Civil Practices and Remedies Code Title 5. Government Liability Chapter 110. Religious Freedom   TRFRA Section 110.001 Definitions Analysis: This section defines two terms "Free exercise of religion" and "Government agency," and tells us to look to federal...

Joint Custody Bill HB 4691 Passes Committee and Prohibits Parents From Living More Than 80 Miles Apart

H.B. 4691 Michigan Joint Custody Bill passes 6-3. Republicans for the bill and Democrats against. Many states are commending themselves for passing bills they call joint custody, shared, parenting, or equal parenting bills. But what is really going on and what do...

Washington State’s Equal Parenting Law is Being Ignored!

Washington State has had an equal parenting law since 2002! Who knew? The law is RCW 26.16.125 and reads: "Custody of children. Henceforth the rights and responsibilities of the parents in the absence of misconduct shall be equal, and one parent shall be as fully...

Gag Orders in Family Court Overturned with Constitutional Law

A pro se mother got some of her gag orders overturned by a Tennessee appellate court in a recent case ruling. The mother says she used the constitutional principles she learned from the Palmers book, NOT in the Child's Best Interest. The appellate court stated that...

Interview of Sherry Palmer by Ted Fogg with RFIR Radio and Million Parent March

California, Washington State, and Texas family court and legislation discussed during this interview with Sherry Palmer, Michael Ferrini, Ted Fogg, and Johnny Panko. We talk with Michael Ferrini about how children are actually harmed by the state ignoring proper...

Why Did Equal Parenting Bill HB 453 in Texas Die?

Chair Dutton officially announces the death of the equal parenting bill HB 453 on May 3, 2017. And he makes an unprecedented public statement to all equal parenting proponents that as long as who they perceive as supporters of equal parenting are making threats (or...

Best Interest Bill HB 1899 makes it through committee!

Jeremy Newman, Public Policy Director and Attorney Cecilia Wood for the Texas Homeschool Coalition’s hard work has paid off so far. They spent their time educating the house representatives that fit parents were losing their children to grandparents and CPS in...