There are rules to spousal maintenance in Texas: Address these in your final divorce decree. You need to ensure that….
Hope for parents has arrived in the book Not in the Child’s Best Interest
parents going through a custody battle can relate to how the scene in “The Green Mile,” where the warden’s wife says to John (the man on death row who just saved her life) “I dreamed of you…we were both wandering in the dark and we found each other” feels.
When the bills hit $13,000 the costs became too much to bear alone. So they took the other parent to court. The court did nothing to the parent who refused to pay the medical bills all those years. But told the parent who was owed the $13,000 that they had not submitted the bills in a timely manner.
Your attorney, even the good ones, are deeply trapped by this corrupted system. We are not.
Many state court judges believe that you waive your parental rights when enter a custody battle because they say you are asking the court to decide what you cannot decide together. This, of course, is illegal but you need to know how to fight it. What should you do?
The Supreme Court says that your parent-child association right is protected by the First Amendment as both intimate and expressive association. Close family associations of this nature must receive strict scrutiny protections which your divorce court judge is denying you. This is an abuse of discretion because the judge lacks any discretion to limit this right without first providing full due process protections to you and to your child.
Texas has an Interference with Child Custody Enforcement Bill Moving through the Legislature Mirroring What we Suggested in Our Green Book. It has picked up Both Democrat and Republican Sponsors!
Bubbles of Love event. My second grandchild was born yesterday. And I wouldn’t be a part of my grandchildren’s lives if it hadn’t been for the many people who were already out there educating the public about parental alienation.
Texas Equal Parenting Bill HB 803 gets a hearing. What does this mean for you if the bill passes? And how do you Testify on this Bill?
This bill just codifies what you already have a right to. You have a right to equal parenting, your child has a right to its parents having equal parenting.
When you click on something and get the Member Required page. Try this first: Go back up to the menu at the top of the page. On the far right, "For Members", click on the "Members Home." Log in. If you were logged in. Make sure that you were logged in using the e-mail...
From the Home page of the website, go to "For Members." From the dropdown menu, click on "Member's Home." From the Member's Home page, scroll down to the picture of the "Protecting Family Rights class." Click into the PFR class. On the left side of the page, click the...