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Rights Made Simple

This is a one page simplified argument in support of your constitutional rights as a parent with numerous cited Supreme Court cases. This is a great starting place for you to learn your rights.

Case Law

There are some important Supreme Court cases that all parents should know about. We list several of the most important and explain a bit about them. If you are getting started learning about your rights make sure you read this page.

Case Law
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Free Forms for Pro Se Litigants

We provide a number of resources that are free for anybody to use. We provde links to some of the free resources we use every day. If you are serious about protecting your own rights then you need to be using these resources.

Video Posts

Much of the free training we provide is video based. Here you can access some of the videos we have posted.

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Our Associates

On this page you will find those professionals with whom we have worked in the past and with whom we are comfortable referring you to. You can access their sites from this page.

Judicial Resources

On this page you will find some of the key sources of information regarding the judiciary, state constitutions,  statutes, codes, rules, forms, practices, and more. Find family law legal information about your state on this page. We have accumulated more information on some states than others.

Texas Judiciary Resources
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Legislative Resources

Legislative resources and changes in legislation in each state.

Parental Rights Amendment

Fix Family Courts has created and circulated a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution that would directly protect parental right and the rights of children to thier parents. Other organizations hae proposed amendments but we believe those proposals are too vague and have no real teeth. They seem to be created to open political doors rather than solve the problem. We want to solve this problem once and for all and move on to other work.

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