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A custody dispute often involves a guardian ad litem, a person appointed by the court to work in the children's best interests and report back to the judge with recommendations for custody. Sounds like a great idea, but who are these guardians? Where do they come from, how are they trained? And what is their effect on the family and the kids? Join us as we talk about these guardians ad litem with Seattle attorney Caroline Davis, a veteran of family court and custody disputes.
Guardians ad litem and children’s attorneys in divorce litigation: how they work and how you can use them to help your custody case
When divorcing parents can’t agree on matters such as custody and visitation, the court will appoint an attorney to represent the interests of the children. These attorneys speak to the children, their teachers, relatives and parents to help to determine what living arrangement would be best for the children. This podcast discusses important ways of dealing with an attorney for children in a divorce.
Join me tonight as I talk with Jannel Rap?, sister of missing Gina Bos. INFO TAKEN FROM: http://www.411gina.org/reginamariebos.htm Gina went to Duggan's Pub at 11th and K Streets in Lincoln, Nebraska on October 16, 2000 at around 11:00 p.m. She was a musician and was participating in the Open Mic Night at the pub. Witnesses at the pub said that she was in good spirits during the evening. She left the pub at approximately 1:00 a.m. on October 17, telling friends she planned to pick up her boyfriend at his residence and then go home to be with her three children for the night. She left the pub carrying her guitar and her music, but it's unclear as to whether or not she had her purse with her. She never arrived at her boyfriend's home and has not been heard from again. The next morning, her vehicle was located across the street from the pub with the trunk ajar and her guitar inside. She disappeared under suspicious circumstances, and her case remains unsolved. Bos's sister, musician Jannel Rap, started the GINA for Missing Persons Foundation (Greater Information Now Available), of which this web site (from where this info came from) is a part, in Gina's honor and to make more resources available to the families of the missing. The GINA Foundation also conducts the annual Squeaky Wheel® Tour , an international tour made up of musicians from all over the world who profile missing persons during their shows to cast a spotlight on those who would not normally receive attention for their cases.
Join Jim Brown, Account Executive at Mobicow as we discuss the latest in mobile ad network issues and solutions. Mobicow is different from other mobile ad networks in many ways. But the one that people notice right away is that they serve full screen ads. This solves many issues in the mobile world. Why advertisers will be interested in their ads being full screen: 28% of website visits are now via a mobile device. Prevents click fraud. Greatly increases click through. Higher use
the COOL CRITICS get around to the BLACK FACE/DUNKIN DONUTS AD. We interview the people behind AFROMAN KID RESCUE a cartoon that is geared for helping children from Kofi Johnson & JahRae - see them on facebook, they give the website and other information on this valuable concept to save our youth of all races. It's universal -
Shellie Z's 911 call on the man who shot and killed Trayvon Martin will be discussed briefly. Let's see what kind of good time we can have in CONVERSATION...
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The Steve Black Show promotes high school and college athletics that are located within the Tri-County and 25E area of southeastern Kentucky. In addition, we generate expert discussion concerning national collegiate athletics, as well as professional sports. Our goal is create a professional dialogue that serves as an avenue for athletic expression including opinions, create a sense of student-athlete awareness in all sports, and encourages involvement in sportsmanship activities and to have a great time!!
The October 10th show will feature live interviews from Knox Central Athletic Director Jeff Canady and Eagle Scout Michael Wetzel who Braved the Blue in Lexington.
We will recap and preview local high school football, have our shot clock panel forum with the return of show staffer Donney Jackson and introduce a new segment, "The Stud Corner", involving Kentucky Independent Wrestler The KY Stud.
Join me and my Co-Hosts J.T. Elliott, Jon North and Bo Kidd for the lastest Steve Black Show!!!!
Syrian President Bashar al Assad is one freaky "Ass-Ad" Hole!
Tonoght we will talk with Steve Hogan the Athletic Director for the Mesa School District.
He oversees all sports activities for the district and we will get a perspective of what is like to be an adminstrator in today's educational climate.
Kirk will also have is Rule of the Day for us and we will get more details from Jon about the PGA Championship. We might also do some Dufnering.
We hope you can join us.