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My Fight To Be A Father

Absence does not make the heart grow fonder. It actually breeds resentment, contentment and leaves scars that may take years to heal. Fatherhood is for life. 742 more words

Tom Joyner

My Fight To Be A Father

Absence does not make the heart grow fonder. It actually breeds resentment, contentment and leaves scars that may take years to heal. Fatherhood is for life. 742 more words

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My Fight To Be A Father

Absence does not make the heart grow fonder. It actually breeds resentment, contentment and leaves scars that may take years to heal. Fatherhood is for life. 742 more words

TJMS

My Fight To Be A Father

Absence does not make the heart grow fonder. It actually breeds resentment, contentment and leaves scars that may take years to heal. Fatherhood is for life. 742 more words

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North Texas Home To First Islamic Tribunal In U.S.

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IRVING (CBS 11 NEWS) - It is how Muslims settle disputes in many countries in the Middle East.

But now North Texas is home to what is believed to be the first official Islamic Tribunal that follows Sharia Law. 317 more words

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Warning Signs for Bribery of the Family Court Judge in a Custody Case

All over the world, poor people are denied access to legal representation or family support because they cannot bribe the corrupt CPS worker or prosecutor, then held indefinitely in a custody battle—or found guilty—because they cannot bribe the corrupt judge. 1,067 more words

Autism And Custody Battles Are Happening

Emily Court reblogged this on Family Court Injustice and commented:

Sounds familiar... I am not sure all judges & court officers are being bribed as this article claims but this a list of warning signs on what to look for to identify family court injustice. Other reasons may include: bias, cronyism, corruption or incompetence.