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Happy Birthday

My beautiful, eldest daughter turns fifteen today and once again I will not be able to wish her a happy birthday, give her presents and a cuddle and share in her day of celebration and neither will her step-mother, sister and grandparents. 545 more words


Book Review: Tina Lee's Catching a Case: Inequality and Fear in New York City’s Child Welfare System

Catching a Case: Inequality and Fear in New York City’s Child Welfare System

Tina Lee (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2016)

The public child welfare system in the United States has a reputation for being a deeply troubled system. 1,070 more words

Book Reviews

No simple solution when families meet the law

By Dr Renata Alexander, Senior Lecturer in Law, Monash University

This article was originally published in The Conversation on June 1, 2016 as part of the… 968 more words

Court of Appeal Confirms that Family Court Cannot Prevent Home Office Removing a Child from the UK

The Court of Appeal has confirmed that the family courts cannot interfere with the Home Office in its efforts to remove or deport a child who is subject to immigration control. 256 more words

Human Rights


Final hearings in the Family Courts are often called ‘paper trials’ – they proceed on written statements of evidence called Affidavits, which are made (sworn or affirmed by a spouse as being true) and filed in advance of any hearing. 1,173 more words

Parents Get Kids Taken Because of Low IQ/Court OKs Barring High IQ for Cops

You Can’t Make This Stuff Up!

Oregon Takes Kids Because Parents’ IQ Is Too Low


And, you know those guys with guns they get to make sure you don’t have a chance of holding onto your kids when the judge of crooked family court puts out the order, yeah, their IQs can’t be too high to do the dirty work: 15 more words

Family Court

A Story. Part 1.


Dan and Jill got married in the Denver temple 8 months after Jill got home from her mission in 2000. Dan went on a mission but came home early for health reasons from which he has since recovered. 1,118 more words