Tags » Parental Rights

Bill Gates – A God in His Own Mind Part 1

America’s Answer to Bill Gates Hitler Youth Movement

For most of us the most important thing in this world is our children. We do everything we can to protect them from danger, keep them well and are willing to work at destroying anything and everything out to cause them harm in any way. 2,743 more words


This Is My "Why"

After some time thinking about it, and some mentoring, I come to recognize I started my whole blog backwards.  I failed to start out talking about my “why.”  Why am I writing about the topics on child custody related items I am writing on?  325 more words

Parental Alienation

Fair Fighting Rules for Co-Parents

What kind of “fighter” are you?

Do You…?

  • Avoid conflict at all costs?
  • Feel that any criticism or disagreement is an attack on you?
  • Hit “below the belt” and regret it later?
  • 1,061 more words
Parental Alienation

How Heavy is Your Half Glass?

Usually it is best to deal with an issue once it transpires.  Deal with it and move on.  However, human nature typically likes to hold onto the negative aspects of life.  381 more words

Parental Alienation

The Child Custody Chess Game

If you were to play a game of chess, you would see a standard game of chess starts out with 32 chess pieces.   Out of those 32 chess pieces, each player receives 16 chess pieces. 1,221 more words

Parental Alienation

Termination of Parental Rights Not in Children's Best Interest in Blountville, TN: In re Aiden R.

Most termination of parental rights cases focus on grounds for termination. If grounds are proven, it often seems as if the second prong of the legal analysis — whether termination is in the child’s best interest — is an afterthought. 684 more words

Family Law