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After divorce, a family must decide custody of any children involved, or the courts will determine how custody is split. Whether shared parenting or a primary parenting plan is implemented, the custody agreement can create as many problems as it solves. Join us as we discuss what you need to think about when writing a custody agreement to minimize issues and avoid heading back to court to solve problems.
Kirk Stange, of Stange Law Firm, PC, talks about some helpful tips in child custody cases. This is based on an article on an article on www.familylawheadquarters.com titled Five helpful tips for child custody cases.
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Join us this evening as Mary Harper joins us from Indiana's St. Joeseph County. The question we all should be asking is: How did a child custody case end up in a probate court? Who died?
My name is Mary. I live in South Bend Indiana which would be St. Joseph County jurisdiction. I am a Mother, a USAF reservist and a college student. I am of sound character reaching out to acknowledge there is a legitimate problem with the practices of law in this St. Joseph Probate System.
I have been put through the ringer fighting for my youngest Daughter Ella, who was taken from me 4 years ago...on my birthday. The Father to Ella...and his corrupt attorney went into the court room of Magistrate Barbara Johnston at the local probate court...accusing me of everything a person could accuse another of, and was granted an emergency petition to take my baby. There was never any evidence produced or showing that any of the charges levied against me were true.
Four years out and a journey of false accusations...mind you I proved wrong, and lengthy continuences...with no evidence from opposing counsel, a magistrate that felt that "order of the court" meant her order and not the law, I am still without my child. I have no criminal record, while my child is with a guy that has had a felony charge and just recently, another battery charge. I have been robbed my of rights...but most of all my child has been ignored by this ungoverned and improperly instructed, supposedly overwhelmed probate system and denied her Momma that Loves her dearly and I might add her two sisters whom I raise on my own, that miss her so.
This biased and unethical magistrate denied me my request for the local agency in this county to come in and see what would have and should have been for the "best interest of the child." My little girl has been put on a roller coaster and I need my baby.
This is hard, but imagine you are raped, get pregnant from that rape, and decide to continue the pregnancy. THEN, the attacker seeks joint custody…or even SOLE custody of that child! It defies logic, yet 31 states the rapists have parental rights to that child. That means visitation, overnights, perhaps, communication with your attacker for 18 years. It happens more than you think.
Shauna Prewitt is an attorney, author, and advocate for raped women, and this is exactly what happened to her after she was raped in college. Spurred by these events and determined to make a difference, Shauna enrolled at Georgetown Law School in 2006. During her time there, Shauna wrote the first scholarly piece examining the legal protections afforded to women who mother through rape. Since its publication, Shauna's piece has received much attention from legal scholars, legislators, and advocacy groups.
She is now a practicing attorney and national expert on the laws protective of pregnant raped women. Shauna frequently testifies in support of stronger rape legislation and routinely contributes to the national commentary on the need for even greater protections. Interviews with and articles written by Shauna have appeared on CNN, NBC, and other national media outlets. And this Saturday she joins us to talk about these kinds of situations and what can be done about them.
This episode discusses co-parenting tips and parenting post divorce. In addition, the last part of the show includes a BONUS interview with Bret Ellington from Inner Balance Acupuncture in Orange County, CA about the different ways Eastern Medicine can help with symptoms of anxiety and depression. So many people going throught the stress of divorce & custody disputes are on prescriptions for symptons of depression and anxiety. Bret discusses alternatives to boost your serotonin and be drug free. He discusses how to deal with insominia and get a better night sleep. In addition, he discusses ways to boost your immune system when traveling and ways to remove toxins from your body. Attorney Liz is a prominent family law lawyer in California who has been practicing divorce law since 1993. She is a certified family law specialist by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. In addition to representing celebrities, Attorney Liz has also sat as Judge Pro Tem in the family law department of the CA Superior Court.
If you are contemplating divorce & want honest advice on how to work on or terminate your rela
Attorney Liz interviews Rosalind Sedacca from the Child-Centered Divorce Network. We discuss interesting issues with co-parenting, child custody and dating post-divorce.
Attorney Liz is a prominent family law lawyer in California who has been practicing divorce law since 1993. She is a certified family law specialist by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. In addition to representing celebrities, Attorney Liz has also sat as Judge Pro Tem in the family law department of the CA Superior Court. This show discusses some of the problems and questions spouses have about divorce in California and about the divorce process. After two decades of matrimonial law, Attorney Liz also offers common sense advice on relationships, marriage and separations.
The safest place in the whole wide world is in God's Protective Custody. The Little Sally Walker Games says put your right foot in, put your left foot in , put your whole self in. Have you ever wondered why you are not in God's Protective Custody? Could it be you are living Revelation 3:16, which says, So, because you are luke warrn, and neither hot nor cold, I will spit you out of my mouth. That is a scary place to be. But we can have that assurance. Psalms 91 say, he that dwelleth in the Secret Place of the most high. Tune in at 2pm to hear the conclusion of the matter. Right here at Blog Talk Radio.
We all are accustom to hearing about single mothers and the struggles that they face daily but what happens when the tables are turned? The father for whatever reason(s) has to step up to the plate and resume full custody. Are the struggles the same as single mothers, do men have it harder, does society cater less to men when it comes to receiving benefits, etc. I know a few single fathers and their situations, circumstances and experiences are all different. Do you know, or are you a single father who has full custody of their kid(s) or are in the process of trying to be the primary custodian? Share your story!