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DAILY TOOL: Declaratory Judgment for Establish ...


TOOL OF THE DAY: Declaratory Judgment CATEGORY: Family Law If you are at the beginning of your divorce, consider filing a declaratory judgment. The definition o ...


DAILY TOOL: What if My Judge Does Not Believe ...


TOOL OF THE DAY: Equal Shared Parenting CATEGORY: Family Law What if your judge doesn’t believe in equal shared parenting? And what if the experts he reli ...


DAILY TOOL: Equal Shared Parenting Bills and C ...


TOOL OF THE DAY: Equal Shared Parenting Bills and contacts CATEGORY: Family Law Thank you LW4SP for compiling all of the Bills circulating throughout the United ...


DAILY TOOL: Should I File for Divorce?


DAILY TOOL: Divorce Alternatives — Should I file for divorce? CATEGORY: Family Law What do you do if you think your relationship is on the brink? What hap ...


Parallel Parenting Steps for Setting Boundarie ...


Co-Parenting vs. Parallel Parenting – When it is healthier to disengage from the other parent… Do parents need to get along in order to have equal t ...


DAILY TOOL: Drugging Your Child


TOOL OF THE DAY: Drugging Your Child CATEGORY: Family Law (This post is being worked on.) Is the other parent prohibited from getting treatment without your per ...


DAILY TOOL: Social Studies


TOOL OF THE DAY: Social Studies CATEGORY: Family Law Your family code defines what power the court has to order a social study. The code should also states what ...


DAILY TOOL: How Might a Child Therapist Affect ...


TOOL OF THE DAY: Child Therapists and Parenting Facilitators CATEGORY: Family Law Child therapists do not determine the best interest of your child unless you a ...


DAILY TOOL: What Did the Court Just Teach Your ...


TOOL OF THE DAY: Empowering Children in Harmful Ways CATEGORY: Family Law Culture Has your judge ever asked you to “Think about what you two are teaching ...


DAILY TOOL: Can the Judge Interview My Child i ...


TOOL OF THE DAY: Interviewing a Child in Chambers CATEGORY: Family Law Can the judge interview my child in chambers? What if the family code statute says he ca ...


DAILY TOOL: Why Should You Have Hope When Fami ...


TOOL OF THE DAY: Hope CATEGORY: Family Law Reform Hope is one of the most powerful and energizing emotions. Without hope people fall into despair, depression, ...


DAILY TOOL: Mediation…Top 5 Reasons Medi ...


TOOL OF THE DAY: Mediation CATEGORY: Family Law [THIS POST IS STILL BEING WORKED ON.] How do the divorce courts use mediation? I remember being shocked the firs ...


DAILY TOOL: Does Right of First Refusal Feed N ...


Does the right of first refusal feed a narcissist's ego and make them worse? The Right of First Refusal like best interest sounds great in theory but in practic ...


DAILY TOOL: Motion for Protective Order Sample ...


TOOL OF THE DAY: Protective Order Sample Template CATEGORY: Family Law Templates If you have been served discovery, asked to do a social study, psych eval, cust ...


DAILY TOOL: I told the Judge No, Now What? Pro ...


TOOL OF THE DAY: A Simple Proven Method for Protecting Yourself from Discovery CATEGORY: Family Law Procedure When a divorce is filed, the judge makes orders ri ...


DAILY TOOL: Help How Do I Prove a Statute Unco ...


TOOL OF THE DAY:  When is a statute constitutional or unconstitutional? CATEGORY: Family Law Okay so you told the court that you believed the statute was uncon ...


Daily Tool: Habeas Corpus Sample for Protectio ...


TOOL OF THE DAY:  Habeas Corpus Motion Sample CATEGORY: Family Law Procedure Are you facing a hearing where the court is threatening to hold you in contempt fo ...


Daily Tool: Testifying at Town Hall Meetings a ...


TOOL OF THE DAY: Testifying at Town Hall meetings and Congressional Hearings CATEGORY: Family Law Legislative Reform If you had an opportunity to speak to your ...


Daily Tool: Basics for Framing Your Case when ...


Framing your case properly is the most important thing you can do to protect yourself from parental alienation.


Daily Tool: Judicial Notice


TOOL OF THE DAY: Judicial Notice CATEGORY: Family Law Definition Judicial notice is a term used to enter evidence in bulk and to save time. It is not the same ...


Daily Tool: Protecting Your Child During and A ...


TOOL OF THE DAY: Protecting Your Child During and After Divorce CATEGORY: Family Law Protective parents are feeling frustrated and powerless. Let’s take ...


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