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. It’s one thing for the community to care about all of the children in general and to be helpful when needed. It’s another for their opinion to become the requirement for a parent in order to keep their rights to their child.
Did you Trust the System and Lose Your Child? Was This Unjust?
Our new book addresses questions regarding who owns your children and when a court is allowed to interfere with your parenting rights in divorce, and more.
You do have rights and this book talks about what they are based on SCOTUS cases and appellate decisions. We are not lawyers and we are not presenting this as legal advice. We bring this book to you for informational purposes only. Our perspective is one from parents that have been through it, stood up for our rights, and have our children. This learning was not without trial and error and our families did not escape without damage. Which is precisely why we wrote this book. If we had known the things in this book, if they have been outlined with references to cases like we have done in this book, we would have had the tools necessary to fight the rulings that violated our rights. We might have had a better understanding of how to use this knowledge. We all might have suffered less, or at least brought the suffering to a peak and to an end sooner. Regardless, we would not have been powerless. We would have had something to protect ourselves and our children with. We bring this powerful book to you on child custody, parents’ rights and children’s rights.
This book will bring about the fundamental changes that have been needed for so long.
The book will be available soon so stay posted. Send us an email if there is something that you need right away. And we’ll see what we can do.