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Supreme Court of Connecticut Parental Rights Case confirms Clear and Convincing is Required to Protect Parent and Child’s Rights
Parental Rights Case comes out of Supreme Court of Connecticut this Week that re-confirms the principles in Santosky and breathes new life into cases for parents trying to regain custody from a relative or a foster parent, and says child's rights are not divergent...
Justice is earned as a result of your labors, and it starts from the very first word in your case.
Most people take the path most followed and end up going in circles and accomplishing nothing but frustration and eventually giving in to injustice. Appeals are no different. Most attorneys are copying arguments from standard templates. These are generally arguing an obvious error that is governed by a state statute.
We are teaching parents how we argue errors of law regarding their fundamental parental rights (not as a legal practice but as a matter of First Amendment information sharing practice to protect the rights that are being violated that attorneys are refusing to fight for, denying exist, and refusing to go against the status quo.)
Here we help you identify the real problems and get you beyond the biases and barriers that the courts use to keep you from getting the protections you and your child were entitled.
We help you crack out of the patterns and bad precedent your state may have set regarding your fundamental parental rights.
Writing Your Brief:
You will be given examples of arguments on several of the main parental rights that are regularly violated.
You will be given ideas on how to get your argument started.
You will get to review other arguments made before you and learn how to avoid any pitfalls identified in those arguments.
There is a number of ways to address your fact-specific issues, so we will talk about these different ways and which ways get you the review and result that you seek.
We will go through exercises that help you shed the built-in cultural beliefs and biases that might be holding you back from getting these arguments right.
Writing your brief
Review other briefs
Identify trial court errors
Gathering your record, reviewing it, and parsing your evidence from the record to support your arguments.
You will be introduced to the entire appellate process as we know it as pro se parents, get introduced to some of the arguments we make from a general level, and we will review some caselaw to show you how to protect parental rights arguments in your trial to qualify for appeal.
Ron and Sherry Palmer have been handing parents the keys by empowering Moms and Dads with an alternative way to win child custody battles.
What they teach ends uncertainty for children, brings the litigation cycle to an end faster, and costs less.
Their groundbreaking books, motions, online courses, webinars, and role playing allows parents to feel less anxiety and stress. The Palmers’ carefully crafted brilliant strategies have changed the way attorneys practice in child custody suits, modifications, and contempt proceedings.
Parents are able to understand their rights and manage their attorneys and what their money is spent on when they get to this information soon enough. Even parents who are in the thick of their cases have had many successes and wins as well. Put simply, the Palmers’ help bring clarity to the case, find where they are bleeding, and help them pull the knife out.
their cases and the number 1 parental rights book out there is:
Their books , online courses, webinars, workshops, and role playing integrate the protections your rights provide you into trials, hearings, and mediation practices.
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