Supreme Court of Connecticut Parental Rights Case confirms Clear and Convincing is Required to Protect Parent and Child’s Rights

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...
What are the Top 10 Objections that Attorneys Give for Not Arguing Your Parental Rights . . . And How Do I Overcome Them?

What are the Top 10 Objections that Attorneys Give for Not Arguing Your Parental Rights . . . And How Do I Overcome Them?

https://www.fixfamilycourts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/The-Judge-is-King-Instagram.mp4 You might have encountered an attorney or two, or three, or fifty that will all tell you the same thing, arguing parental rights in family court will do nothing but irritate the...
When to Change Attorneys

When to Change Attorneys

You hire an attorney and think you are protected. You went into the hearing thinking the attorney was going to convince the judge that there was no reason you couldn’t have equal time with your child, but instead the judge says that because you and the other...
Constitutional Challenge on Best Interest of the Child Statute

Constitutional Challenge on Best Interest of the Child Statute

The Best Interest of the Child (BIC) is used as a magical incantation that the states use to force parents into traumatic litigation. We show you how they have been tricking you, give you more information about what best interest really is, and offer you the secrets...
Attorneys Validate Fix Family Courts has Been Right All Along – Yes, Virginia, The Constitution Applies in Family Court Too

Attorneys Validate Fix Family Courts has Been Right All Along – Yes, Virginia, The Constitution Applies in Family Court Too

Attorneys Finally Realizing that the Constitution Applies in Family Courts Attorneys are finally validating that Fix Family Courts has been right all along. Attorneys have been making the wrong arguments to the family courts and the attorneys who wrote this article...
DuPage Illinois Judge Strikes Down Law Requiring Parents to Pay Child’s College Tuition

DuPage Illinois Judge Strikes Down Law Requiring Parents to Pay Child’s College Tuition

Father wins support argument. On May 4, 2018, a trial court judge in Illinois ruled that the family code statute that required divorced parents to pay for their child’s college expenses was unconstitutional and violated the equal protection clause. The judge...