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3 THINGS to ASK When NEGOTIATING A PARENTING PLAN
 
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http://commandthecourtroom.com These are 3 things parents need to address when negotiating & creating a parenting time plan. It is important that you address these things with the other parent when negotiating & drafting a parenting plan. 1. Do you want sole custody or joint custody Custody or Legal Decision Making means your & the other parent's ability to make major decisions about the lives of your children. Decisions such as medicine, education, and personal care decisions. So you need to think about if you want sole or joint custody. Once you've hammered that out, you need to start thinking about what parenting time plan you're going to be asking the other party to share with you. There are lots of different parenting plans out there. You really should be thinking about the best interest of your kids and coming up with a plan for them so some people have a week on we got planned other people have one parent gets every other weekend so I would encourage you to do your research. Look at websites & figure out what plan works best for the kids & map it out with begin times and end times. 2. Planning Holidays Once you have in your mind whatever parenting plan that you're going to go for the next thing to do is to move onto holidays. What are you going to be requesting for different holidays. You & the other parent may not celebrate the same holidays that most other people do. For example not everybody celebrates Christmas or Easter. It’s important to define what each holiday is going to be in terms of start times and end times because really as I talked about in the video last week (https://youtu.be/9Obx_8CyBJg) that’s where people get into conflict especially around this time of year, Christmas & New Years. If you don't set start and end times it really could lead to a major incident that creates & not so great memory for the kids. 3. Vacations You also want to think about vacation parenting time. As your kids get to be school-age they're going to be getting vacation like summer vacation in most cases. Some kids go to school year round but do you want you and the other parent to have the ability to take a week or two with the kids and go out of state or take a trip to Disneyland. So it is super important for you to include this into your parenting plan & propose to the other park party what specific vacation schedule you're asking for. You also should be putting what notification schedule you want, in other words how far in advance do each of you need to let the other parent know if you're going to be taking a vacation & what sorts of information do you want to have before your child goes on vacation with the other parent. And are you willing to provide that same information. If you're going into the courtroom you really need to have outlined these things for the court with specificity. The more specific you are the better you and the other parent are going to be in the future. Especially if it dispute comes up because then you can go right to the parenting plan & look at it. If it's not in the parenting plan then you're going to probably find yourself in custody court. Wendy Hernandez is a family law attorney in Phoenix, AZ and founder of Command the Courtroom which teaches you how to handle yourself in court and achieve the best outcome when representing yourself in your divorce or child custody case. Download my FREE ‘Child’s Best Interest Checklist’ at http://www.commandthecourtroom.com *This video recording is for educational purposes only and should not be considered as the rendering of legal advice. The viewing of this recording does not create an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship is only formed when you have signed an engagement agreement. We cannot guarantee results. Past results do not guarantee future results. Consult with a licensed attorney for information regarding the specifics of your case. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/commandthecourtroom Web: http://www.commandthecourtroom.com My Law Firm: http://www.hernandezfirm.com Please read the disclaimer below: This video recording is for educational purposes only and should not be considered as the rendering of legal advice. The viewing of this recording does not create an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship is only formed when you have signed an engagement agreement. We cannot guarantee results. Past results do not guarantee future results. Consult with a licensed attorney for information regarding the specifics of your case.
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Child Does Not Want to Spend Time with Other Parent in Custody
 
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http://commandthecourtroom.com What happens when a child tells one parent they don't want to spend time with the other parent? I get a ton of questions all the time from people who have children that are old enough to express themselves and they are mature enough to say what they want and don't want. And those kids are telling one parent that they don't want to go and spend time with the other parent. This can be a problem especially if there is a court order in place that says the other parent is entitled to a certain amount of parenting time. You are always obligated to follow the court order. If you don't follow the court order you could be brought in front of the court for an enforcement action which means the judge could force you to follow the order. At the very worst you could be brought in front of the court for a contempt of court proceeding in which the judge would look at whether or not you knowingly and willfully violated the court order. In some cases judges really get unhappy when someone doesn't follow their orders and they impose very harsh punishments on people who don't follow court orders. But what if you have a 16-year old who is saying Mom or Dad, I don't want to go with the other parent. What do you do? Well my experience of late is when I go in front of a judges and judges hear the situation, what they do is tell the parents that the child does not get to make the choice. A court order is in effect and the court has made that order after considering the best interest of the child or the children and the court expects it to be followed. Judges often use the example of children who say they don't want to go to school. That happens a lot because I myself have a 6-year old daughter and she's always telling me she doesn't want to go to school. The thing is even though your kid tells you that they don't want to go to school, you still make them go to school because that's the best thing for them. So the judge is going to be operating under the premise that whatever the parenting plan is in the best interest of the children or it would have not been ordered. And that it is in the children's best interest to go with the other parent. Now I understand that you may not agree with the parenting plan that was ordered. And depending on the circumstances of your case, it may be time to ask to have that parenting plan modified. Especially if there's been a big change in circumstances between now and the time the parenting plan was ordered. The point is you just have to follow the court order and if you have a kid who's older and is just simply saying that "I don't want to go to Mom or Dads that may not be good enough for your judge. Unless there are some really good reasons and some reasons might be that one of the parents is being abusive or is doing drugs or is hanging around not so savory people for example. So there are factors that might take you out of that but unless and until you get a court order where the judge says the kids don't have to go, they have to go. and that's just the way it is in the eyes of the court. If there is an emergency that happens and you need to take emergency action, call the police, contact child protective services or file an emergency motion with your judge. Wendy Hernandez is a family law attorney in Phoenix, AZ and founder of Command the Courtroom which teaches you how to handle yourself in court and achieve the best outcome when representing yourself in your divorce or child custody case. Download my FREE ‘Child’s Best Interest Checklist’ at http://www.commandthecourtroom.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/commandthecourtroom Web: http://www.commandthecourtroom.com My Law Firm: http://www.hernandezfirm.com Legal Disclaimer: *This video recording is for educational purposes only and should not be considered as the rendering of legal advice. The viewing of this recording does not create an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship is only formed when you have signed an engagement agreement. We cannot guarantee results. Past results do not guarantee future results. Consult with an attorney for information regarding the specifics of your case.
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What to Expect at a Child Custody Court Hearing
 
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http://www.commandthecourtroom.com This is a roadmap to guide you if you are representing yourself at a child custody hearing and a list of things you can expect when you step into court.* Please read the Disclaimer below: *This video recording is for educational purposes only and should not be considered as the rendering of legal advice. The viewing of this recording does not create an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship is only formed when you have signed an engagement agreement. We cannot guarantee results. Past results do not guarantee future results. Consult with a licensed attorney for information regarding the specifics of your case. When you are attending a evidentiary hearing or a temporary child custody hearing for example the judge will follow a certain process. So it is very important to know what happens at a child custody hearing and the custody procedures. 1. Who is the judge going to call to testify first? Normally the judge will allow the person who filed the action that is pending will get to present their case first. This person is considered the plaintiff or petitioner. So for example if you are seeking modification of a child custody order or parenting time, the judge will expect you to make your opening statement first. If you are the respondent then you will make your statement second. After opening plaintiff present case in chief which means they have to all all their witnesses to testify on their behalf including themselves if they are representing themselves in court. It is very important to think about the order you call your witnesses and keep in mind how much time you have as in custody cases you will have limited time and they will not go on for days on end. So it is best to do your homework and present your best witnesses. You should prepare your witnesses and go over the important points that are relevant to your case. You should also practice a great deal with your witnesses. So, if you are the plaintiff and you are callling yourself as the first witness then you will talk about the important points of your case and what in dispute and what you are trying to modify. 2. When do the witnesses speak? Wendy Hernandez is a divorce attorney in Phoenix, AZ. Her areas of practice include divorce, child support, child custody, alimony and division of property. Wendy Hernandez is a family law attorney in Phoenix, AZ and founder of Command the Courtroom which teaches you how to handle yourself in court and achieve the best outcome when representing yourself in your divorce or child custody case. Download my FREE ‘Child’s Best Interest Checklist’ at http://www.commandthecourtroom.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/commandthecourtroom Web: http://www.commandthecourtroom.com My Law Firm: http://www.hernandezfirm.com
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How to Prove the Best Interest of the Child
 
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When going through your divorce process, you will encounter something that seems mysterious and maybe even arbitrary to you—a judge's decision about who receives custody and visitation rights. It's also probably one of the things that worries you the most. You fear having restricted access to your children who you love dearly, and you might think an arbitrary decision from a judge might bar you from seeing your children on a regular basis. While there is no formula for custody and visitation, with each case evaluated on its own merits, there are some factors that you and your attorney can consider when strategizing. Assessing Your Children The courts will first look at some basic information about your children that includes: • Age and sex. The age of your child has a particularly big effect on custody, especially if he or she is over 14 years old. • Health. The court will consider the health of your child, including any existing physical illnesses and medical or mental health conditions. • Existing routine. Your child's routine will play a large factor in the court's decision, especially looking at their daily activities, where they go to school, and how long they've resided at the same house. Parental Compatibility "Compatibility" is a broad term and courts may interpret it quite differently from one another. Generally, this means that courts are looking at aspects such as: • Emotional compatibility. Does the child show emotional closeness toward one parent over another? Does one parent seem to display a significantly higher closeness to the child than another parent? • Discipline compatibility. Does the child seem to behave better with one parent versus another? Does one parent seem to have established a more stable, consistent sense of discipline than another parent? Parental Ability The courts will consider many factors that relate to the ability of the parents to take care of their children including: • The health and lifestyle of each parent • Any history of abuse or violence • Any other factors that affect or interfere with critical activities such as feeding, clothing, and providing medical care Stability While "stability" is open to broad interpretation, the courts will look for any evidence that points toward a stable environment for the child. In many cases, that includes continuity of living in the same house, going to the same school, participating in the same extracurricular activities, and socializing with the same friends. It also means parental stability. If one parent has continually lived and maintained the same house for his or her children while another parent lived in various other places during that time, then the court will likely favor the parent who stayed in the house the most. Cooperation Part of establishing stability also means cooperating with your spouse. If one spouse shows greater cooperation ability while another spouse constantly makes things more difficult, then the courts may favor the cooperative spouse when awarding custody. Final Note: Visitation Rights Are Not Punishment Even if you're awarded visitation rights instead of child custody, this is not a punishment. The court takes all of the above factors into consideration in order to ensure that your child lives in the most emotionally comfortable, most stable, and safest environment. That's all. Often, it's about placing the child in the best of two great scenarios. However, in most cases you will receive visitation rights that provide you a lot of time with your children. Preferably, you and your spouse will work together to set up a visitation schedule. If you cannot agree to a visitation schedule, a court will step in and determine a schedule that may include prescribed weekend days, weeknights, holidays, and other periods of time (such as during a child's summer vacation). Remember, custody does mean that your child will primarily reside with one spouse, and so you will have less time to spend with them. But visitation rights compensate for this time by allowing you a lot of time to spend with your children. Work with your spouse and your attorney to come up with the most amicable visitation schedule possible. It's always better when you have control over your visitation rights rather than a court. Do you have more questions about custody and visitation rights? Call us today for a consultation over your current situation. Law Firm: The Douglas Law Group, LLC website: www.douglaslawgroup.com Phone: 678-534-2490
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What is PARENTAL SUPERVISION? What does PARENTAL SUPERVISION mean?
 
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What is PARENTAL SUPERVISION? What does PARENTAL SUPERVISION mean? PARENTAL SUPERVISION meaning - PARENTAL SUPERVISION definition - PARENTAL SUPERVISION explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Parental supervision is a parenting technique that involves looking after, or monitoring a child's activities. Young children are generally incapable of looking after themselves, and incompetent in making informed decisions for their own well-being. For this reason, they require supervision, or at least some guidance or advice by their parents or another adult in loco parentis. The most basic form of parental supervision is required to keep children from hurting themselves or others; to keep them away from dangerous objects and situations. Very small children require continual supervision and care; lack of this constitutes neglect. Some parents are not aware of the need to supervise children, from 1-18. Guidance is needed until the child is aged 25 when the judgment centers have matured. Judgment is needed in making decisions that affect life-and-death decisions. The legality of the latchkey children's "alone time" varies with country, state and local area. In most of the United States, state and local laws typically do not specify any particular age under 18 when a child can be legally left without supervision. However, some states do have specific age restrictions, for example: children under age of 8 yr/old cannot be left at home alone - in Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina; 9 yr/old - in North Dakota; 10 yr/old - in Oregon, Tennessee, Washington; 11 yr/old - in Michigan; 12 yr/old - in Colorado, Delaware, Kansas; 14 yr/old - in Illinois. In addition, many people believe that children should be protected from violent or pornographic imagery. Some believe that children should be protected from information that challenges the value system that their local culture instills in them. Some jurisdictions enforce these restrictions with legislation. Where the acceptable boundaries lie in this area is very much a matter of opinion, and a matter of great controversy. The arrival of the Internet has made uncensored access to information available to the home in a way that was previously impossible; for this reason, many parents choose to supervise the time that their children spend accessing the Internet. Others choose to use content-control software. Some others regard it as their duty to educate their children in how to use the Internet responsibly, without the need for censorship. Based on issues of protection and safety, a judge may decide that in order for a child to have contact with a parent, a neutral third person must be present during any visitation. This type of third-person visitation arrangement is called Parenting Time Supervision. Supervised visitation allows parents in high conflict or high risk situations access to their children in a safe and supervised environment. The noncustodial parent has access to the child only when supervised by another adult. Supervised visitation is used to protect children from potentially dangerous situations while allowing parental access and providing support for the parent child relationship. In most of the US states there is a law required that court-ordered parenting plans must set forth the minimum amount of parenting time and type of access (i.e. supervised/unsupervised) a non-custodial parent is entitled to have. According to the state laws and court guidelines, the Custody Supervisor cannot change the court order to make major modifications to the amount of parenting time and access, only the minor changes or clarification of parenting time/access schedules or conditions including vacation, holidays, and temporary variation from the existing parenting plan are allowed.
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How Does Visitation Work With A Child?
 
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This allows the parents to exercise flexibility by taking into consideration both parents' and children's schedules. If the court must decide custody, judge will determine what is in best interest of Parental visitation rights faq findlaw. For example, when one parent constantly refuses to cooperate with the other in interest of child or deliberately sabotages visitation by. Custody x change is software that helps parents create a in either situation, you do not have to wait for divorce decree be able set up visitation schedule assist your entire family handling holiday situations. When the parents are still able to cooperate, this is generally preferred over other means of determining visitation schedules because it allows work around their respective. If parents choose to settle the case, they can make any custodial arrangement that is in best interest of children. You are going out of town. Visitation rights allow the parent with whom child does not live to take physical custody of for specific, regularly scheduled periods 11 apr 2018 do i need a family lawyer? If you are looking establish or modify visitation rights, it is generally wise consult an experienced law attorney. Legal custody requires a order from court. A custody order spells out specific rights and responsibilities about physical custody, visitation, decision making for the child. Another example is when one parent has been convicted of a violent criminal however, if the court awards parents joint custody, they have to work together make decisions for their child. It is important for any custody agreement to be when parents split up, they'll have decide who gets of their children, and if they can't decide, a judge will. Basics of custody & visitation orders custody_famlaw_selfhelpstudent legal services rules guidelines fathers mothers for equal rightshow does a parent get order from court some things to consider when filing tioga county. Parental visitation rights faq findlaw family. Reasonable rights means the parents must work out a visitation schedule that best suits even if person caused breakup of relationship between parents, presence this does not justify denying. The judge may order specific times you can see your children, such as every other weekend; Or the 'reasonable rights' to visitation. Types of visitation include for example, if a mother chooses to breastfeed, the non custodial parent may be asked visit child at mother's home until baby is able take bottle these cases are usually handled by state courts as part broader family law proceedings dealing with issues such divorce, separation, alimony, and support custody. If parents are unable to agree or if they a parent does not have legal custody of child just because the is living with her him. Findlaw child parental visitation rights faq. Parent child visitation allows parents who do not have physical custody to see their children on a regular basis. The amount of visitation depends on the child's age, needs child
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C++Now 2017: Vittorio Romeo “Implementing `variant` visitation using lambdas"
 
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http://cppnow.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/boostcon/cppnow_presentations_2017 — The addition of `std::variant` to the upcoming C++17 standard will introduce a "type-safe sum type" to the Standard Library. Variants model a "choice between types" - they essentially are type-safe "tagged unions". The interface they expose, however, is often more cumbersome to use than it needs to be: defining exhaustive visitors requires the user to create a class with several `operator()` overloads, or to create a chain of `if constexpr(...)` calls. Both solutions are not very elegant. After a brief overview of `std::variant` and its usefulness, this talk will focus on the implementation of a "lambda-based in-place visitation" approach, where the user can visit a variant by simply providing a set of lambdas on the spot. This will require implementing a way of overloading arbitrary function objects. Recursive variant types will then be covered and the "lambda-based" visitation techniques will be applied to them. This will require implementing the "Y combinator" higher-order function to achieve zero-runtime-overhead lambda recursion. This talk is intended for developers familiar with C++11 and C++14 core language features (lambdas, variadic templates, `auto`, etc...). Prior knowledge of `std::variant` or sum types is not required. — Vittorio Romeo is an Italian 22 year old Software Engineer at Bloomberg LP. He completed his Bachelor's degree in Computer Science at "Università degli Studi di Messina". He began programming at a very young age and is now a C++ enthusiast. While following the evolution of the C++ standard and embracing the newest features, he worked on several open-source projects, including modern general-purpose libraries and free cross-platform games. Vittorio is an active member of the C++ community: he participated as a speaker at CppCon 2014/2015/2016, ++it Florence 2015 and at his local Linux Day 2013/2014 events, as a Student/Volunteer at C++Now 2015/2016, at Meeting C++ 2015/2016. He currently maintains a C++-related blog and a YouTube channel featuring well-received modern C++11 and C++14 tutorials. When he's not writing code, Vittorio enjoys weightlifting and fitness-related activities, competitive/challenging computer gaming and good scifi movies/TV-series. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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How are holidays determined for child visitation?
 
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How are holidays determined for child visitation? https://www.youtube.com/user/lawtubec... to subscribe to our newest legal videos. http://www.lawtube.com to check out our Video Law Library. Attorney Tom Olsen is host of the Olsen on Law Radio Show on FM 96.5 WDBO in Orlando. You can reach Tom at 407-423-5561 or tom@lawtube.com. Tom has been answering legal questions on his radio show for 26 years and has been practicing law in Orlando, Florida for over 30 years. CALL OR TEXT CHRISSY AT 407-808-8398 IF YOU NEED A LAWYER OR ATTORNEY IN CENTRAL FLORIDA INCLUDING ORLANDO, WINTER PARK, WINDERMERE, DAYTONA BEACH, THE VILLAGES, MELBOURNE, ALTAMONTE, LAKE MARY, LONGWOOD, COLLEGE PARK, BAY HILL, OVIEDO, SANFORD, DELAND, DEBARY, DELTONA, LEESBURG, CLERMONT, THORTON PARK, BALDWIN PARK, PONCE INLET, NEW SYMNRA, ORMOND BEACH, ST. AUGUSTINE, KISSIMMEE. Attorney Tom Olsen: Attorney Paul Newnum, I know typically on holidays, it gets to be a hot time for you because people are interested in sharing custody with their children, particularly on holidays. Attorney Paul Newnum: Which is where something like a parenting plan can come in handy because if you set out the holiday schedule, then you have a plan of expectations in advance and that reduces the opportunity for conflicts. Attorney Tom Olsen: Okay, well, we’re in Orange County, Florida, Attorney Paul Newnum, so just out of curiosity, do the Orange County divorce judges, do they have a standard parenting plan how you share custody of your children here in Orange County? Attorney Paul Newnum: No. Some judges operate on an unsaid presumption of a 50-50 split of time, but they also apply that in the context of the 20 different factors that factor in for the best interest of the child. So every case is different and every judge is supposed to decide every case on its own facts. Attorney Tom Olsen: Well, even with that said, even if they’re doing 50-50, is there a standard procedure about how they handle holidays like Memorial Day weekend or Christmas or Thanksgiving? Attorney Paul Newnum: Well, it depends on the parents’ work schedule, the child’s school schedule, the age of the child, but you can set forth -- for example, just this past week, we had a case where mother wanted every Memorial Day weekend, father wanted every Labor Day weekend; they agreed upon it and that’s the schedule. Attorney Tom Olsen: All right. Well, the good news is it sounds like when people do get divorced they walk out of court, it is very clear, black and white in their order as to how the custody of the children is being split, including holidays. Attorney Paul Newnum: Yes, generally speaking; however, there are those cases that come back a second time because there’s some vagueness or ambiguity in the agreement that has to be cleared up, so they find themselves in conflict, they need to get that conflict cleared up and then you define expectation. Produced by Professional Media Ideas. Call or text Chrissy Merrill at 407-808-8398 or by email at chris@lawtube.com
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How do parenting plans meet the changing needs of children?
 
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Toronto divorce lawyer Steven Benmor discusses the family law question "How do parenting plans meet the changing needs of children ?" Steven Benmor practices Family Law in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Visit Steven Benmors online Family Law Resource Center for concise answers to many more frequently asked Family law questions, feature articles on Family law topics, dozens of links to other Family law websites, and more at www.benmor.com The information in this video is for discussion purposes only. It is by no means legal advice or even a statement of the law on this subject. Please do not rely on the accuracy or completeness of this information. Any question or concern elicited by the information in this video should be taken to a lawyer who will consider the facts of each case and the legal remedies available. 'First Take Live' video clips courtesy of Dan Carter Productions. Original Broadcast: 17-Jul-2008
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Moving Out of State in a Child Custody Case
 
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http://commandthecourtroom.com Some things one will need to present to a judge if one is thinking about relocations in a child custody case.* Please read the Disclaimer below: *This video recording is for educational purposes only and should not be considered as the rendering of legal advice. The viewing of this recording does not create an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship is only formed when you have signed an engagement agreement. We cannot guarantee results. Past results do not guarantee future results. Consult with a licensed attorney for information regarding the specifics of your case. I've been getting a lot of questions from people who have the issue of relocation in their child custody case. Either they want to move out of state, city, town, country with their child or they are the parent who do not want their child to move out of state, city, etc. There are many cases when a parent a wants to be able to relocate the child and many times the other parent is fighting against the other parent relocating the child. Step 1: You always start with the best interest factors. So wherever you are located go to your States statutes and the child custody factors also known as the best interest factors for your state. I talk about the best interest factors in a lot of my videos. If you want to download a free list of the child best interest factors go to my website http://commandthecourtroom.com and you can get a checklist of all of the best interest factors that the judge will look at. You have to be prepared to show in court how those best interest factors apply in your relocation case. But what is different about relocation cases is that there are other factors above the Best interest factors that you have to address with the judge. I am going to read to you some examples of questions that the judge is going to want answers to before he or she decides your relocation case. These may vary depending on what State you live in but this will be good start for you. You have to talk to the judge about the potential advantages of the move and how you think it will improve the quality of life for the child. You have to talk about your motivation in asking that the court allow you to relocate with your child. And if you are the parent who is opposing the relocation of the child you have to show the judge what your motivation is in your opposition. One thing you will need to show is what is the parenting time going to look like if this relocation is granted. Is the parent whose child is moving away going to be able to have parenting time and what is it going to look like. What is the transportation cost going to be for the parent who is going to have to travel to see the child? How is that cost going to be split and is it even going to be feasible for the other parent who will have to travel to see the child. The judge will look at the impact that the move will make on the childs quality of life. The mental and physical toll it might take, what does the child actually want. What are the living conditions going to be? The judge will also look at the strength of the ties the child has currently with their school, friends, activ For example if I have a client who wants to move their children I will ask them to get information about the children's new school, the rating of the school, how far is the school going to be from where that parent is living. I want to know what type of salary the parent is going to be making in the new location. So these are the type of questions that I am going to be asking and what the judge will want to know. Wendy Hernandez is founder of Command the Courtroom and a family law attorney practicing in Phoenix, AZ. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/commandthecourtroom Law Firm Website: http://www.hernandezfirm.com
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Demands on the targeted parent
 
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Go with your gut feeling, your intuition, stick with your parenting and don't allow the Alienator to use your children to BULLY you, to degrade, devalue and denigrate you. Stay strong with your rules, discipline, guidelines and structure(your children will appreciate you later). You are already "the bad parent", so why not be the BAD parent by setting GOOD examples. You are struggling with the frustrations of co-parenting with a covert narcissist(the alienator) and they are IMPOSSIBLE to deal with. The Alienator will do the complete opposite of the norm, they enjoy creating chaos n love watching you run around in circles trying to clean up their mess. It's time to DEMAND your respect from your children. Examples: 1. Children put ridiculous demands on the parent 2. Children will threaten you and put ultimatums on the targeted parent 3. Children learn by example and follow the narcissists lead(alienator) by threatening to put you in Jail if you contact them by email, text, phone, in person, give gifts(birthday or holiday cards),show up at graduation, a prom, activities, or any mile stone event. 4. Children will file a complaint at local police of harassment or use the courts for protection like a PFA on the targeted parent. 5. Children are controlled and rewarded by the Alienator to denigrate the targeted parent. 6. the targeted parent becomes in FEAR of their own children 7. therapist giving our children power over the parent by suggesting we see our children under "their conditions/terms". This is helping in the alienation of our children! Do not bend over backwards to have a visitation with your brainwashed child because you are fighting the impossible. The alienator has the child setting you up to fail as a parent, the targeted parent is trying so hard to calm the child down, make them feel comfortable and to just LOVE them but we have to deprogram the child, deal with the hatred and lies they were told and install the Good values back into their hearts again. We as the "targeted" parent (the good, loving parent) are trying desperately to save our children's souls and trying to put LOVE, RESPECT, HONESTY, FORGIVENESS, HAPPINESS back into their hearts. Targeted parents are always trying to PROVE themselves. We have to PROVE our LOVE.......why should anyone EVER have to PROVE their LOVE, especially to their own children???? This is the INSANITY that the Alienator creates!!! #chooseloveoverhate #choosecompassionoverjudgement #stopparentalalienation #trump #lovedominates
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4 Evil Things Narcissistic Parents Teach Children
 
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There is a lot of information available on the internet regarding narcissistic abuse, narcissistic abuse victim syndrome, healing Cptsd due to emotional abuse and overcoming the abuse inflicted by narcissistic parents; however, having someone guide and mentor you on your healing journey can be so helpful. If you feel you can benefit from inviting someone on your healing journey, please check out these links for face to face coaching and/or phone coaching: https://payhip.com/b/whkV https://payhip.com/b/uGNB For those interested in an interactive self-help journal, here is the link for the PDF entitled I Miss Me and I Want Me Back https://payhip.com/b/HD4v Michele is someone that has truly been there; after surviving 31 years of narcissistic abuse by family members and significant others, she now dedicates her time and energy toward helping others as a Trauma Recovery Coach and soon to be a Certified Kinesiology Practitioner to help others that are still on their road to recovery. For those that are going to court against a narcissist, the PDF entitled When The Devils The Defendant has been a helpful tool for thousands- https://payhip.com/b/Kl21 Dating Harley Quinn – Female Histrionic Narcissist is NOW AVAILABLE – https://payhip.com/b/a31b A male target of narcissistic abuse asked me if I would be interested in ghost writing his memoir and after hearing his story I was hooked. It’s one thing to hear about what narcissistic abuse is, to learn about triangulation, blame shifting, projection, narcissistic supply, gaslighting and so many other terms and manipulation tactics we come to learn about on our journey to heal from narcissistic abuse. But it’s another story to delve into the life of someone trapped in a trauma bond by a female histrionic narcissist. This memoir, written in novel form, takes you on the roller coaster ride of highs and lows that are typical in emotionally abusive relationships. Here is a brief description of the book, a link is found below. This memoir opens the door to what my life was like dating a female histrionic narcissist. The beginning of the relationship was surreal - if ever I had fantasized about what the perfect girl would be - it paled in comparison to what Angel was truly like and how she enhanced my life. If I were to compare her to anyone I had ever dated - it would not be fair; it would be like comparing a painting done with finger paints hanging on a refrigerator door, held up with a magnet, to Michelangelo's art scenes from Genesis painted on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Rome. The feeling Angel gave was a perfect purity of manifested perfection. I quite literally could not imagen a girl more totally perfect, my imagination was stretched just to take in the reality of her. She took me in every way she possibly could to the heights beyond the tops of Mt. Everest in sensual and hedonistic pleasure. She brought me to the edge of the stratosphere where the air is so thin you have to wear a space suit - but the view - the view is all humanity stretched out before you and you can see the curvature of the earth and the blackness of space. And then she dropped me. While reading this story there are no definitions spelled out as to narcissistic abuse, nor what histrionics are like, rather a picture is painted before your eyes. You will see the idealization phase, notice the cycle of highs and lows that are signature to emotionally abusive relationships, you will watch in horror as the trauma bonds can cause a person to make the worst, self-destructive decisions possible. I'm inviting you to bear witness to my journey. What looked so innocent and enticing quickly turned into a covert poison that cost me a million-dollar business, my health, provoked a suicide attempt and left me homeless and suffering brain damage. This is my story. It's not meant to entice sympathy, rather it's a wake- up call for anyone that is in a relationship with someone narcissistic, sociopathic, histrionic or a cocktail of mixed cluster b disorders. https://payhip.com/b/a31b
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At What Age Can a Child Decide Which Parent to Live With? | Rechel & Associates, P.A.
 
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Tampa Divorce Attorneys, Rechel & Associates: http://tampabaylawyers.com The question often arises during a divorce "at what age can a child decide which parent to live with?" Theodore Rechel of Rechel & Associates in Tampa Florida answers this question. Theodore Rechel answers the most poignant questions regarding divorce, custody, alimony, time-sharing, visitation, child support and other family law services. Video Transcript: A popular misconception is that at the age of 12 the child can decide where to reside, but nothing could be further from the truth. The fact is that at the age of 18 is when a child can decide with which parent to reside, but before that, the child can express a reasonable preference, but that preference will have varying degrees of persuasiveness with the court. For example, a very young child will normally be determined to not be able to express a reasonable preference to the court. A child in the middle ages, eight, nine, 10, 11, 12, may be able to express a reasonable preference and the court will consider it and has to consider it, but it will not be overwhelmingly persuasive. A teenager who is able to express a reasonable preference will have that preference considered greatly by the court. Then, at the age of 18 is when the child can definitely say, "I want to reside with mom or dad" and the court will most likely go with that preference, as long as it's reasonable.
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When One Party in a Custody Battle LIES in Court
 
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http://commandthecourtroom.com In a custody battle it doesn't really matter if what is being said about you is true or not; what matters is whether the court believes it's true.* ☎️Do you need to contact me? You may call my office at 602-230-2333 or make and appointment by visiting: https://hernandezfirm.com/contact/ Please read the Disclaimer below: *This video recording is for educational purposes only and should not be considered as the rendering of legal advice. The viewing of this recording does not create an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship is only formed when you have signed an engagement agreement. We cannot guarantee results. Past results do not guarantee future results. Consult with a licensed attorney for information regarding the specifics of your case. In these type of cases it really boils down to what person is saying vs. what the other person is saying during the custody hearing and who the judge or jury is going to believe. In every family law case that goes to trial credibility of that witness is the issue. Credibility means how reliable is each witness & there are a lot of things that the judge can look at when deciding whether or not to believe a witness. 1. The person's manner when testifying meaning are they acting nervous, are they pausing a lot before answering certain questions? Do they start crying or are they sweating...These things can be considered when deciding on the believability of the witness. 2. Non-verbal communication, whether or not they get hostile when the other attorney or party is cross examining them, there ability to recall events or details or dates or how specific their testimony is when it relates to important events. In any family law case, it is also very important to practice your testimony and your witnesses testimony before you set foot in the court room. I always sit my client's down and we go through a role-laying exercise, sometimes 2, 3 or even 4 times before we go into the courtroom, especially if my client is having some anxiety about testifying and most of them are because it's a stressful and not a natural situation when you go into the court and testify something as personal as your kids, your money, your property, debts, lifestyle, your current relationships so it really does help to practice. Also, get your witnesses prepared by having them practice their answers that you will be asking them in court. Let them know what you will be looking for in their answers. Also, prepare them to be cross-examined as by the other divorce attorney. This is a big mistake that people make when preparing. They fail to get themselves their witnesses prepared for cross-examination by the other attorney. Always be straightforward and forthcoming with the court. In some states or jurisdictions the judge can actually ask questions to you or your witnesses and also the jury can write questions they want answered. If the other party proves that you haven't given information it can come back and bite you. Here is an example of that happening in an actual divorce case. I got a court decision from a trial for a client and one of the issues were the income of the parents and in Arizona there are some situations where employment bonuses can be counted as income and my client and I wanted to count the husband's employment bonuses as income and they were significant bonuses around $28,000 one year and $26,000 the next. After we had presented the evidence and asked the husband over the last 5 years how many bonuses did he receive and the amount and his answer to the judge was that he had received bonuses in 2 of the 5 years. What the husband did not tell the judge however is that he had been working for his current company which is Microsoft for only 3 years so 2 out of the 3 years he had been working for Microsoft he received bonuses. So in the judges decision she referred to that failure to reveal information and she said and i quote. "Father worked for Microsoft, he received bonuses 2 of the last 3 years he has worked there. In 2015 he received $28,000 and in 2014 he received $26,000 for an average of $27,000. When asked by the court how often he received bonuses father failed to reveal to the court that he had only worked there 3 years leaving the impression that he did not receive bonuses frequently. Persuant to Arizona law bonuses may be included in gross income, the court finds it reasonable to include the average of father's last 2 years bonuses in the salary. Wendy Hernandez is a family law attorney in Phoenix, AZ and founder of Command the Courtroom which teaches you how to handle yourself in court and achieve the best outcome when representing yourself in your divorce or child custody case. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/commandthecourtroom Web: http://www.commandthecourtroom.com My Law Firm: http://www.hernandezfirm.com
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Hidden History Documentary The Alien Presence on Planet Earth
 
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Did you know our moon was placed in orbit millennia ago and came from somewhere deep in space? This documentary shows our planet is replete with examples of Ancient Alien visitation, but most of this knowledge is not common, and has been sequestered away. This documentary illustrates how human civilization may have originated with aliens who visited earth eons ago...and may still be here today This is an extensive survey that includes a mass of well-documented scientific and historical texts and sources. It will change the way you view the origins of mankind and the current state of society.
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Child Custody
 
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Case No. D-13-477764-D Defendant Gazala, Sarah Plaintiff Johnson, Odin Rule 2.3.  Bias, Prejudice, and Harassment. (B)  A judge shall not, in the performance of judicial duties, by words or conduct manifest bias or prejudice, or engage in harassment, including but not limited to bias, prejudice, or harassment based upon race, sex, gender, religion, national origin, ethnicity, disability, age, sexual orientation, marital status, socioeconomic status, or political affiliation, and shall not permit court staff, court officials, or others subject to the judge’s direction and control to do so. On the first day of trial one hour and thirty minutes in. The discussion was about Ms. Gazala cultural and religious background and Judge Hughes asked Mrs. Steinkamp, PC, to “take it outside of child custody situation”…. First of all you can’t separate the mother from her cultural, religious beliefs, and secondly you can’t remove the mother from a child custody situation, this is why we are in court. This discrimination and prejudice of Ms. Gazala culture, beliefs, religion and sex, due to being able produce children, all of which should be taken into consideration of who she is when determining a child custody matter. A label and bias was subjected upon Ms. Gazala unfairly. Judge Hughes should have recused herself at that instant. Ms. Gazala legal rights as a mother have been stripped from her due to opinions. (C) A judge shall require lawyers in proceedings before the court to refrain from manifesting bias or prejudice, or engaging in harassment, based upon attributes including, but not limited to, race, sex, gender, religion, national origin, ethnicity, disability, age, sexual orientation, marital status, socioeconomic status, or political affiliation, against parties, witnesses, lawyers, or others. [1]  A judge who manifests bias or prejudice in a proceeding impairs the fairness of the proceeding and brings the judiciary into disrepute. [2] Examples of manifestations of bias or prejudice include but are not limited to epithets; slurs; demeaning nicknames; negative stereotyping; attempted humor based upon stereotypes; threatening, intimidating, or hostile acts; suggestions of connections between race, ethnicity, or nationality and crime; and irrelevant references to personal characteristics. Even facial expressions and body language can convey to parties and lawyers in the proceeding, jurors, the media, and others an appearance of bias or prejudice. A judge must avoid conduct that may reasonably be perceived as prejudiced or biased. [3] Harassment, as referred to in paragraphs (B) and (C), is verbal or physical conduct that denigrates or shows hostility or aversion toward a person on bases such as race, sex, gender, religion, national origin, ethnicity, disability, age, sexual orientation, marital status, socioeconomic status, or political affiliation. [4]  Sexual harassment includes but is not limited to sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature that is unwelcome.
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Joliet Family Law :: Top 10 Child Custody Mistakes #1 BreslanLaw.com
 
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Joliet Family Law :: Visit http://BreslanLaw.com for a free family law consultation or call (815) 726-7950 Hi- I'm Victoria Breslan a divorce and family attorney serving Joliet IL and the surrounding Will County communities. I've devoted a large part of my practice to help clients avoid common family law pitfalls and set them on the fast-track to emerge from child custody cases in the best emotional and financial shape possible. Whether you're currently in the middle of a divorce or taking your ex back to court, in this ten part video series, I'm going to address some of the most common child custody mistakes to avoid. Custody cases can be very complex. There are a lot of moving parts and not one issue is more important that another. Winning and losing a custody case is usually everything, and sometimes the only thing parents cling to in a divorce case. Over the years I have seen people do a lot of emotionally reactive things that have negatively impacted their case which could have been avoided altogether. Your goal throughout, is to be the absolute best parent that you can possibly be. Your actions and the decisions you make during this process can be life changing for you and your children. You have a better chance of coming out on top just by avoiding of these 10 common child custody mistakes. Mistake #1 -- Letting your negative emotions toward your spouse cloud your judgment. One of the biggest mistakes I see individuals involved in custody matters make is to let their personal animosity towards the other parent take precedence to the best interests of their child. Candidly, the courts care very little about why the parents decided to separate. They do however, look very close at which parent is putting the Children's best interests first. You should not disrespect or talk negative about the other parent to or in front of your children. This will hurt you in your custody case and worse still it will hurt your children. Even if you normally have good self-control these emotional types of situations can happen in a flash. It only takes one dumb move done out of anger, like pushing the other parent who is holding the baby at the time to lose custody. Once Custody is lost, you may never recover it. Also remember that anything you say, write down or put in electronic form on the internet may be used against you. Always assume your words and a judge will see written statements. Child custody cases are very emotional and when parent tensions run high and these emotions can lead to ugly verbal confrontations at the very least and actual physical violence at the very worst. You may make rash decisions that can harm your case or narrow your options in your case. Avoid these at all cost and in these situations just walk away. Letting your emotions get the best of you can cost you time, money and create everlasting damage to your children. http://www.youtube.com/jolietfamilylaw For more info visit: http://www.breslanlaw.com/joliet-family-law-attorneys-lawyers/
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Tedd Tripp: Dealing with Parenting Plans
 
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48 Care worker interview questions and answers pdf ebook free download
 
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BEST MATERIALS FOR JOB INTERVIEW: 48 care worker interview questions and answers pdf ebook free download : http://interviewquestionsaz.blogspot.com/2018/06/48-care-worker-interview-questions-and.html Other useful materials: 1. 177 interview questions and answers ebook: http://jobinterview247.com/free-ebook-177-interview-questions-with-best-answers 2. Top 10 interview secrets to win every job interview: http://interviewquestionsaz.blogspot.com/2013/07/top-10-secrets-to-win-every-job.html 3. 40+ job interview videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmsmpVhRDsP25zmjwq-ocfbUBhZcW0Y4N 4. Top 16 common interview questions and answers: http://interviewquestionsaz.blogspot.com/2018/04/top-16-common-interview-questions-with.html 5. Top 14 secrets to success from billionaires: http://www.jobguide247.info/2018/05/14-secrets-to-success-from-billionaires.html 6. 24 secrets to become a great manager: http://managementcorner88.blogspot.com/2018/05/24-secrets-to-become-great-manager.html Checklist for job interview: + 75 Interview questions and answers pdf ebook free download + How to answer behavioral interview questions or competency based interview questions + Dress code for interview + Interview thank you letter samples for positions + Job interview case studies + Job interview follow up questions + Interview preparation tips + Job interview biggest strengths and biggest weaknesses + Tips to answer interview question: tell me about yourself? + Job interview process + Job interview closing questions + Phone interview questions and answer tips + Second interview questions and answer tips + Situational interview questions and answer tips + Group interview questions and answer tips + Job interview questions download free pdf ebook + Job interview checklist + Job interview dos and don'ts + Top job interview mistakes and how to face them Fields related: sales, marketing, HR, production, finance, accounting, customer service, quality management, procurement, warehouse, account management, freshers, internship, engineering, technologies jobs, software jobs, technician jobs … Will update to: 2018, 2019, 2020 …
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Choose Witnesses Wisely in Child Custody or Divorce Case
 
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http://commandthecourtroom.com In this week’s video I want to talk with you about choosing witnesses wisely in a custody, divorce or family law case.* Please read the Disclaimer below: *This video recording is for educational purposes only and should not be considered as the rendering of legal advice. The viewing of this recording does not create an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship is only formed when you have signed an engagement agreement. We cannot guarantee results. Past results do not guarantee future results. Consult with a licensed attorney for information regarding the specifics of your case. You’re probably going to have more than one witness who could come to court & testify on your behalf but just because you have one witness or ten witnesses doesn't mean that all of those witnesses need to testify. You have to talk to the people who could potentially have something to say on your behalf & figure out whether they’d really be a good witness. One of the things you should base your decision on is the credibility of witnesses. Although witness may have something good to say about you, that person may be terrible on the stand. They may be nervous or clam up. You have to figure that in deciding how to present the best case you can to the judge. I just had an experience recently & it was in a different type of case. It was a criminal case & many moons ago I practiced criminal law. I was a prosecutor for a few years & after I quit the prosecutor's office I went on ended criminal defense work & I defended all types of cases from speeding tickets & possessions of marijuana possession of marijuana cases all the way to murder cases. One of my family law clients who's going through a divorce actually had criminal charges that were filed against him by his soon-to-be ex-wife & he asked me to defend him since I have experience in this area. One of the charges against him was a really serious charge it was she had said that he had threatened to kill her, stab her, all these horrible things. The other charge the less serious charge was a disturbing the peace charge. At trial the victim & her daughter testified against my client & & their testimony was just horrible. They were all over the place, they were inconsistent they couldn't remember things or were remembering things differently than they had reported them to the police officers. While my client’s wife was testifying, her family was at the back of the courtroom instructing her on what to say by nodding or shaking their head. & actually it was the judge that noticed this & brought this to the attorneys attention & wasn't happy about it so the judge kicked the family out of the courtroom as the wife is on the st& testifying. I believe that it affected the judges perception of the wife's credibility in the long run. So by the time the state had finished presenting it’s case I think the witnesses have done a fantastic job for my client in terms of making a mess out of the case. I had planned on having my client the defendant testify & we had prepared well. However, in criminal cases it's the state's burden to prove that the defendant is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt & when the state finished its case I didn't think they had done that, so my client is faced with the big decision about whether or not he should testify. It was my advice to him that I didn't think that he needed to testify & the judge found him not guilty on the serious charge of threatening & intimidating to kill but the judge did find that my client had disturbed the peace but the sentence was minimum. All in all it was a good result. It got me thinking about witnesses in your case, however I'm not suggesting that you don't testify because you do have your side of the story to tell if you're one of the parties in your custody or divorce case. So in a family law case I don't think either party not testifying is really an option but what you do have options about is the other witnesses who might testify for you. While they have good stuff to say about you they may not be good witnesses or they may not add anything to what you have to say so really consider very carefully who you're going to want to testify. Wendy Hernandez is a family law attorney in Phoenix, AZ and founder of Command the Courtroom which teaches you how to handle yourself in court and achieve the best outcome when representing yourself in your divorce or child custody case. Download my FREE ‘Child’s Best Interest Checklist’ at http://www.commandthecourtroom.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/commandthecourtroom Web: http://www.commandthecourtroom.com My Law Firm: http://www.hernandezfirm.com
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Children and Parenting Plans
 
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Lori A. Grover, NCPM talks about the benefits of Divorce Mediation when creating children's parenting plans during a divorce. http://ridivorcemediationcenter.com RI Divorce Mediation Center: For A Divorce You Can Live With We help couples settle their Divorce and create their own divorce agreement. Using Divorce Mediation we've helped hundreds of Rhode Island and Massachusetts couples create their own divorce settlement, and it's one they're satisfied with because they created it themselves. Like you, they saw what other couples went through using attorneys to litigate and argue in court so they chose Divorce Mediation instead. Why? Because by making your own decisions and settling your own divorce you control the cost and the outcome, sparing you and your children much of the stress and uncertainty that comes with every divorce, plus you'll save thousands of dollars on legal fees for when you need it the most - after your divorce is over. Let us help you make your divorce easier, faster and less expensive! To schedule Your free consultation Call 401-228-8789 NOW! Consultations and Divorce Mediation via Tele-Conference and Skype Video-Conferencing in certain US states available, call for more information.
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How does a parenting time schedule work in a child custody agreement?
 
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Parenting Time Schedule Child Custody Attorney MN | Family Law Lawyers Oakdale and Bloomington Minnesota | https://www.reellawyers.com/minnesota/minneapolis-family-law-attorneys/melisa-field/parenting-time-schedule-work-child-custody-agreement/ I Rogness & Field | (651) 314-0059 | melisa@rognessfield.com The parenting time schedule is really the more important piece because it tells you when you’re spending time with your kids. The label of physical custody used to be really important you know it used to have an impact on child support. The label of physical custody doesn’t really mean anything anymore it basically just means where are your kids most of the time. For example, if the kids are spending most of the time with mom under the parenting time schedule it makes sense to have a label of sole physical custody. If they’re with the parents equally it makes sense to have a label of joint physical custody. But the parenting time schedule is really they guts of the agreement. Where are your kids most of the time? Rogness & Field, P.A. 434 Hale Ave N #180 Oakdale, MN 55128 https://www.reellawyers.com/minnesota/minneapolis-family-law-attorneys/melisa-field/parenting-time-schedule-work-child-custody-agreement/ https://www.reellawyers.com/minnesota/minneapolis-family-law-attorneys/melisa-field/
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How is visitation in a joint custody dispute handled?
 
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In terms of a visitation schedule, whether you are dealing with a shared parenting plan or what is commonly referred to as joint custody, or whether one parent has the custody and control of the child, the decision making, for example. There are almost endless possibilities. And the parties can be as creative as necessary to address the individual needs of the child and of the parents. We can do everything from a very flexible plan where parties may be getting along very well and want more options all the way down the line to a very strict and rigid plan where maybe parties cannot communicate so well and they need lots of rules, and anything in between. So the law allows us to do that in most cases and the courts are certainly willing to look at any visitation plan that will work for your family.
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Utah Visitation Rights-  Wall Legal Solutions
 
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Utah Visitation Rights- Under Utah state law, visitation rights are granted to non-custodial parents or guardians after divorce. Visitation schedules providing parent time agreements will be created by the court if an amicable agreement cannot be reached. Unfortunately, custodial parents often do not comply with the visitation schedule for the non-custodial parent. If you need help defending your right to see your children or grandchildren, visit us online at: https://walllegalsolutions.com/PracticeAreas/Visitation.html Wall & Wall Attorneys At Law PC 2168 Fort Union Blvd Salt Lake City, UT 84121 (801) 441-2388 walllegalsolutions.com
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Custody, time sharing and parenting plans in Florida.
 
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Custody, time sharing and parenting plans in Florida. What are the custody laws in Florida? What is custody? What is time sharing? What is a parenting plan? https://www.youtube.com/user/lawtubec... to subscribe to our newest legal videos. http://www.lawtube.com to check out our Video Law Library. Attorney Tom Olsen is host of the Olsen on Law Radio Show on FM 96.5 WDBO in Orlando. You can reach Tom at 407-423-5561 or tom@lawtube.com. Tom has been answering legal questions on his radio show for 26 years and has been practicing law in Orlando, Florida for over 30 years. CALL OR TEXT CHRISSY AT 407-808-8398 IF YOU NEED A LAWYER OR ATTORNEY IN CENTRAL FLORIDA INCLUDING ORLANDO, WINTER PARK, WINDERMERE, DAYTONA BEACH, THE VILLAGES, MELBOURNE, ALTAMONTE, LAKE MARY, LONGWOOD, COLLEGE PARK, BAY HILL, OVIEDO, SANFORD, DELAND, DEBARY, DELTONA, LEESBURG, CLERMONT, THORTON PARK, BALDWIN PARK, PONCE INLET, NEW SYMNRA, ORMOND BEACH, ST. AUGUSTINE, KISSIMMEE. Attorney Tom Olsen: Paul, by the way, we throw around this term “custody” all the time. Attorney Paul Newnum: Yes, we do. Attorney Tom Olsen: And custody here in the state of Florida, there actually is no such thing as custody. Attorney Paul Newnum: There is one word in the statute – in one part of chapter 61 that has custody in it; but, it describes everything but custody. For all intensive purposes, custody, full custody; those terms just don’t exist. All we talk about is parenting plan, time sharing with the children, how are their schedules, what are the schedules going to be during the summer break, the winter break and all those things. Attorney Tom Olsen: And so traditionally, historically, the mom might've gotten more time with the children. These days, it is assumed that there’s going be some kind of 50-50 split with the kids. Attorney Paul Newnum: It’s not assumed. The statue provides that there is no presumption for either the mother or the father. There is no presumption for any set schedule. Now, some judges will tell you, because I’ve heard them say it in the public forum, that they operate on the presumption that there’s going to be 50-50. And then they work backwards from that to see if there’s any reason why they shouldn’t do 50-50 instead of some other schedule. And that can be dependent upon the age of the children, how busy the children are outside and inside of the school, work schedule of the parties. If dad works from 2am to 10am, it’s going to be different than if it’s a 9 to 5 job. Attorney Tom Olsen: Okay. And I know within the last few years it’s changed in such that, if you have a certain number of days per year where you have the children it can actually lessen the amount of child support that you pay. Attorney Paul Newnum: Absolutely, absolutely. Part of the child support guidelines call for as part of the guideline calculation, the number of overnights the child or the children stay with each parent. So if you have a 50-50 schedule, the child staying with one parent for 183 overnights, the other parent for 182, that’s going to affect it greatly as opposed to one where a parent doesn’t see his kids all the time. Attorney Tom Olsen: Well, that’s very fascinating. Produced by Professional Media Ideas. Call or text Chrissy Merrill at 407-808-8398 or by email at chris@lawtube.com
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Louisiana Child Support Calculator | LA Child Support Calculator
 
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How to use Louisiana Child Support Calculator http://echildsupportcalculator.com/louisiana-child-support-calculator/ Louisiana courts make use of state child support guidelines to determine in the event that and how a lot a parent must pay withinside support. Custodial parents who are contemplating a lawsuit can estimate such a court will order by utilization of the Louisiana child support calculator. Nevertheless, the actual Louisiana child support guidelines are instead complicated and not susceptible to a simple child support formula. But a parent ought to at least use the calculator to obtain an approximation of future child support. The actual Louisiana Department of Children as well as Family Services provides information and help on suing, getting support as well as collecting child support from obligors and delivering this in order to be able for you to help custodial parents. The fundamental guidelines with regard to identifying the amount due upabout Louisiana child support is the mixed revenues of the parents. The actual support figure will be usually dealt out based on the parents' family member incomes. Whilst a Louisiana child support calculator can certainly figure the fundamental support due, the situation is more complicated for a number of reasons. For instance, when the noncustodial parent is actually spending money on daycare and medical insurance, that may get a new amount that he or she needs to pay withinside child support. For this reason a calculator are only able to offer an estimate associated with such a Louisiana court may neutralize a real situation. Before utilizing a Louisiana child support calculator, you will get an idea of the fundamental support due by using the income-based tables about the Department of Children and Family Services website (see Resources). You will notice several tables. Estimate the gross mixed income by adding the actual income from all sources of both parents. Lookup the actual support amount due on the suitable table. Observe that you will then have to apportion the particular support amount between the parents to discover the noncustodial parent's basic responsibility. Make use of the example over to get this done. Now that you know the baseline support determine, you should use worksheets as well as Louisiana child support calculator to plug in all of the other elements which affect the actual support award. Searches related to louisiana child support calculator LA child support calculator child support calculator louisiana louisiana child support calculator 2013 louisiana child support calculator joint custody louisiana child support payment calculator louisiana fathers rights louisiana child support payment inquiry louisiana child support calculator 2014 louisiana child support guidelines louisiana child support schedule DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this webpage are educational only and should not be construed as legal advice. Moreover, the publisher of this web site has made no attempt to verify the information contained in any of the links listed herein, nor does the publisher have any control over the content of these links. Therefore, the publisher of this web site expressly denies liability and undertakes no responsibility for the reliance on, or consequences of, using information or services found in the Child Support Calculator web site. By using webpage, the user expressly agrees that any use of Child Support Calculator is for educational use only. Always seek professional legal advise from your child support attorneys or family attorney. Resources: You can find the official website of the Louisiana Department of Child Support services here: http://dss.louisiana.gov/index.cfm?md=pagebuilder&tmp=home&pid=137 http://echildsupportcalculator.com/ http://www.youtube.com/user/childsupportcalc Thank you for watching my video on understanding and how to use Louisiana Child Support Calculator.
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Subconsciously People Remain Stuck at the Age That We Experienced the Least Amount of Love…
 
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Forbidden Places On Earth You Should NEVER Visit!
 
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Top forbidden places in the world! These are the scariest places on Earth and the most forbidden places you aren’t allowed to visit! 6. Snake Island This island is located in the Atlantic Ocean off of the Brazilian coast. It earned its name due to the significant amount of snakes that live on the island. Some estimates suggest that there is one snake to every 10 square feet. But, the snakes on this island aren’t like the average garden variety; they are golden lancehead pit vipers. They are only found on Snake Island and are severely endangered. These reptiles got stuck on the island when water levels rose and enveloped the land leading to the mainland. Despite this, they adapted to the environment, and their population increased rapidly. Due to the substantial number of snakes, the island became unfit for visitation. So, Snake Island isn’t open to the public for the good of the snakes and people. There are an estimated 2,000 to 4,000 vipers on the island. Although there is no official record of a golden lancehead biting somebody, other members of the species are to blame for more lethal bites to humans than any other type of snake. So, even if you could, traveling to Snake Island would be a dangerous expedition. 5. Global Seed Vault This place is on Spitsbergen island in Norway. It is 390 feet inside of a sandstone mountain. The Nordic Gene Bank has been storing frozen seeds since 1984, and the Seed Vault opened in 2008. The goal of this place is to make sure that there is a backup plan if the world experiences a crisis. As of February 2017, there were a total of 930,821 seed samples in the vault. But, it can store up to 4.5 million of them, and each one contains about 500 seeds. They are stored at -0.4 degrees Fahrenheit with little oxygen to prevent them from aging too quickly. The permafrost inside the mountain helps cool things down, and it is 430 feet above sea level, which keeps the area dry. Although people aren’t able to get the seeds by going into the vault, they can request samples from the gene-banks that deposit its specimens. The Global Seed Vault operates similarly to a bank; the donors own the samples, and they are the only ones with permission to access them.
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How Are Decisions Made About Custody in Ontario
 
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In this law video Darla talks about how decisions are made about custody of children. Often, deciding on a parenting arrangement after a marriage is over is not easy. Under the Divorce Act one or both parents may have custody of the children. If you cannot agree on a parenting arrangement, the divorce law sets out some basic principles that a judge must use when making decisions about children. • The best interests of the children come first. • Children should have as much contact as possible with both parents so long as this is in the children's best interests. • The past behaviour of a parent cannot be taken into consideration by the court unless that behaviour reflects on the person's ability to act as a parent. When deciding on the best interests of the child, the judge will take into account a number of factors including: • Care arrangements before the separation. (Who looked after the child most of the time? Who took the child to the doctor and dentist? Who arranged extracurricular activities? Who dealt with the child's school and teachers?) • The parent-child relationship and bonding. • Parenting abilities. • The parents' mental, physical and emotional health. • The parents' and the child's schedules. • Support systems (for example, help and involvement from grandparents and other close relatives). • Sibling issues. Generally, brothers and sisters remain together, but under some circumstances it may be necessary to consider separating them. • The child's wishes. (There is no magic age at which a child has the right to decide where he or she is going to live. The court gives more weight to the child's wishes as the child matures. An older teenager's wishes will often be decisive.)
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What is NONCUSTODIAL PARENT? What does NONCUSTODIAL PARENT mean? NONCUSTODIAL PARENT meaning
 
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What is NONCUSTODIAL PARENT? What does NONCUSTODIAL PARENT mean? NONCUSTODIAL PARENT meaning - NONCUSTODIAL PARENT definition - NONCUSTODIAL PARENT explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ A noncustodial parent is a parent who does not have physical and/or legal custody of his/her child by court order. you can be considered a non-custodial parent even while having shared physical and/or legal custody. A "child-custody determination" means a judgment, decree, or other order of a court providing for the legal custody, physical custody, or visitation with respect to a child. The term includes a permanent, temporary, initial, and modification order. The term does not include an order relating to child support or other monetary obligation of an individual. Where the child will only live with one of the parents, sole physical custody is ordered, and the parent with which the child lives is the custodial parent, the other parent is the non-custodial parent. Note, however, where the child will live with both parents, joint physical custody is ordered, and both parents are custodial parents. In the case of joint physical custody a 50/50 equal shared parenting schedule is typically not required, therefore the joint custodial parent may have the minority of time with the child but not be said to be a non-custodial parent. For example, states such as Alabama, California, and Texas do not necessarily require joint custody orders to result in substantially equal parenting time, whereas states such as Arizona, Georgia, and Louisiana do require joint custody orders to result in substantially equal parenting time where feasible. There are two kinds of child custody: legal custody and physical custody. Physical custody, designates where the child will live, whereas legal custody gives the custodial person(s) the right to make decisions for the child's welfare. Often one parent will retain physical custody, while sharing joint legal custody with the other parent. The noncustodial parent is typically required to pay child support, and visitation is arranged. The noncustodial parent might live in the same city as their child or reside in another city, state or country. Most airlines offer “unaccompanied minor” services for children traveling without a parent, guardian, or another trusted adult. The age requirements generally used by the airlines are between the ages of five and eleven years old (and sometimes up to 15 - it is always advisable to contact the airline to make sure that they accept unaccompanied minors as passengers). Fees charged for unaccompanied minor services are usually assessed per direction and have been doubled with the downturn of the US economy. Family law differs from state to state, and noncustodial parents are a diverse population, with many factors affecting custody arrangements, from which parent is awarded custody to negotiating visitation schedules. A noncustodial may have difficulty in accessing medical records, educational status and other information regarding their child, but there is some federal legislation which supports the rights of a noncustodial parent who retains legal custody of their child. Student education records are official and confidential documents protected by one of the nation's strongest privacy protection laws, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). FERPA, also known as the Buckley Amendment, defines education records as all records that schools or education agencies maintain about students. FERPA gives parents the right to review and confirm the accuracy of education records and applies to public schools and state or local education agencies that receive Federal education funds, both paper and computerized records. In addition to the Federal laws that restrict disclosure of information from student records, most states also have privacy protection laws that reinforce FERPA. State laws can supplement FERPA, but compliance with FERPA is necessary if schools are to continue to be eligible to receive Federal education funds. ...
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Divorce - How Moving Out Affects Your Child Custody Agreement
 
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[http://DevryLaw.ca/] In this video, John provides some information on how moving out of your home can have an affect on your rights to child custody and your child custody agreement during his interview at the Real Estate 101 Show. John Schuman is the head of family law team at Devry Smith Frank LLP and is a practicing family lawyer. For example if you just move out, it's called the defecto custody. What that really means is the parent that moves out concedes custody to the other parent. The parent that stays behind with the children is the custodial parent. Once a parent has those responsibilities it is very hard to get that changed in court. That is one of the reasons why people stay together because if they leave they don't want to lose access to their children. On the other hand if you decide to take the children with you, the courts frown on that as it appears you are limiting access to the other parent. Watch the video to learn more about this matter. Our law offices are conveniently located in the Lawrence and Don Mills area of Toronto and we have plenty of free parking. Devry Smith Frank LLP 95 Barber Greene Road #100 Toronto, ON M3C 3E9 (416) 449-1400 http://www.devrylaw.ca To view other Ontario law videos regarding family law and other practice areas, please visit our media page at http://www.devrylaw.ca/media-page/ For further information or assistance in regards to family law matters or divorce matters, please contact one of our Toronto family lawyers or John Schuman directly at http://www.devrylaw.ca/family-lawyers/john-p-schuman/
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What Is Child Custody And Visitation In CT? | (203) 989-0981
 
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http://www.volmanlaw.com/ David G. Volman, Attorney at Law, L.L.C. 45 Huntington Plaza Shelton, CT 06484 (203) 989-0981 Connecticut based Family Law Attorney David Volman elaborates the process of child custody and visitation rights in the state of CT. For a free consultation call attorney David Volman in Shelton, CT at (203) 989-0981 or visit his website at www.volmanlaw.com For More Information About Family Law Please Visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_law For More Videos Please Subscribe Our Channel http://www.youtube.com/c/VolmanlawFamilyAttorneyCT Related Videos http://youtu.be/SRXdKEO4l3E http://youtu.be/BAi06wSB1c8 http://youtu.be/BB0sKcxPcDQ http://youtu.be/fRiYDbuO1w8 http://youtu.be/vHt0o4cj19w
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Public hearing on Indiana Child Support Guidelines
 
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The Domestic Relations Committee of the Judicial Conference of Indiana sought comments on Indiana's Child Support Guidelines which are used to make decisions about child support in dissolutions of marriage, legal separations, paternity cases, Title IV-D proceedings, and all other actions for child support. A public hearing was held on Friday, August 17.
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Parenting Plan Tennessee (Part 2 of 4) - What Are My Rights?
 
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Developing a Parenting Plan: Part 2 of a 4 Part Series Supervised vs. Unsupervised Visitation Supervised visitation is rarely ordered by the Court. A parent advocating that supervised visitation is necessary for the other parent better have an extremely good reason. The parent that wants supervised visitation will have the burden of proof, and it will be a high burden. Oftentimes I hear a parent, usually a mother, say, “The child does not know the other parent.” I always say, “Well, how is the other parent supposed to get to know the child without getting to exercise visitation?” Good reasons for requesting supervised visitation might include issues such as: alcoholism, drug addiction, criminal activity, child abuse or neglect, etc. Please be advised that the court does not provide the supervision of the visitation. That falls to the parties to select a supervisor and to pay for it if there is any cost associated with the supervision of the visitation. Transportation Arrangements and Where the Parent’s Live Both parents should try to be considerate to the other parent and the children when setting up an exchange location for visitation. Picking up and dropping off at the other parent’s home is ideal unless there has been a history of domestic violence. In that case, a public place or even a police department should be considered as an exchange location. If the parents live far apart or even in separate states, then the parents should usually meet in the middle at the half-way point between their homes. In some instances, the parties share the long distance transportation expenses. In other cases, one parent will pay all or the majority of the long distance transportation costs. If flights are necessary, then the child’s age becomes a factor as well as the high cost of flying. Special Provisions: No Alcohol, Drugs, Paramours Overnight, Etc. Sometimes parents want to prevent the other parent from acting out in a bad way in front of the child. Therefore, they will ask their attorney to request mutual restraining orders which restrain and enjoin both parties from engaging in certain activities when the children are present. Examples of special provisions include but are not limited to the following: no alcohol, no drugs, and no members of the opposite sex overnight. For the rest of this article click here: http://phillipsandingrum.com/2015/11/04/developing-a-parenting-plan-part-2/
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How To Get Custody of a Child? - Child Custody Attorney Orlando
 
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http://www.affordablefamilylawyer.com Here our Orlando child custody attorney talks about how to file for custody of child. Many times a parent of a child will exercise visitation with their child based on a verbal agreement with the other parent or maybe they will have a visitation order but then something changes requiring the other parent to file for custody. It is very important to retain the services of an Orlando child custody attorney for your Orlando child custody and visitation case.
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What are the factors for a judge when setting a parenting plan?
 
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When the parents of minor children cannot agree on a time-sharing arrangement, the trial court must decide for them. At the center of every order for time-sharing is the standard of what is in the best interests of the child. The trial court will consider evidence admitted during a trial, and apply the evidence to statutory factors. The evidence and the factors decide how time-sharing each parent gets in a given case. A determination of parental responsibility, a parenting plan, or a time-sharing schedule may not be modified without a showing of a substantial, material, and unanticipated change in circumstances and a determination that the modification is in the best interests of the child. Determination of the best interests of the child shall be made by evaluating all of the statutory factors.
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Family Law FAQs - Custody vs Placement
 
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What's the difference between "Custody" and "Placement"? "Custody" refers to the legal authority to make important major decisions for your children. Examples include choosing their healthcare providers, school district and religion as well as the ability to give the child consent to do certain things such as get married, get a tattoo or join the military while they are still a minor. Most parents have "joint custody" where both parents share this decision-making authority. "Sole custody" can also be awarded if the parties agree to it or if there are significant other reasons why the parties could not make major decisions together such as a history of domestic abuse. "Placement" refers to where the child lives. Placement schedules vary greatly depending on the age of the child or children, the geographical distance between the parents and a number of other factors. There is no "one-size-fits-all" solution and what works well for one family does not necessarily work for another. The main types of placement schedules are either primary placement with one parent and periods of visitation with the other parent or shared placement with both parents on a 50/50, 60/40 or other basis. The exact placement schedule is determined either through agreement by the parties or, if they can't agree, the court will decide based on a lengthy list of factors found in Wis. Stat. § 767.41. **NOTE: The information contained in this video is not a substitute for independent legal advice and does not constitute such. Further, the information in these videos is subject to change with changes in the law. Please consult with an attorney to ensure your rights are protected. Thank you
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Can I Take My Child If There Is No Custody Order?
 
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Q can my ex keep our children's important documentation away from me? Even though there is no court order, and you suddenly take your child, she boyfriend have legal custody agreement for if are concerned about safety or child's safety, then should immediately go to apply an order of protection. We also talked recently how custody and visitation can be arranged to suit children in different age groups. Top ten child custody questions myths & facts. Filing an ordinary motion for custody can take weeks if a divorce or child suit has not been filed, then either parent their and exercise over them. Rights to keep children if no custody agreement is in place parental kidnapping. What if he kicked me out and wouldn't let take my son? Can the other parent child? Masslegalhelp. Palawhelp your online guide to child custody & separation temporary. I felt like someone was blowing up a balloon in my stomach may 3, 2016 if the other parent takes children out of state, can s he be law to take state only it violates custody order or there is father child has son & won't give him me, and neither us have what happens you disobey court order? However, even with legal custody, difficulties forcing your child's return. Can the other parent take my child? Masslegalhelp. If he can handle it, and there is no risk to the child, let him parent child some so you take a if good reason for example, reasonably fear child's get an order setting out custody, visitation, support sep 27, 2016 there's nothing do divorce pending. If you are married and there has never been a court order on custody, then it is not crime for the other parent to take your child from home. But you can still try to get your child back jun 3, 2015 when a couple has together, there is no custody order. When you don't have a custody order in place hofheimer who has of the child if there is no court order? Indiana over your what parents should know nutshell. Can the other parent take my child? Masslegalhelp masslegalhelp domestic violence child url? Q webcache. Child custody questions & answers justia ask a lawyer. It also states that if a father has been awarded visitation rights, but there is no formal aug 13, 2013 the other parent may have partial physical custody (the right to take order, both parents an equal custody, and how can my songet his daughter thats lived in nj from time she was when child born out of wedlock, mother until court unless orders otherwise, illegitimate solely paternity acknowledged or adjudicated, petition child's presumption over who should obtain courts still decide files for will it's good idea even order requires it rights each before place varies depending mothers fathers anywhere they please, cannot suffer legal ramifications withhold other, though. For the child and either parent can take physical possession of at any time one main questions i get asked by my clients in custody matters is what again, while there are no orders place you could technically refuse to children
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TELEPORTATION IN THE BIBLE: The Supernatural Miracles of a Resurrected Jesus
 
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Believe it or not, there are passages in the Bible that suggest people being teleported. Perhaps the most profound examples is from Jesus Himself, who appears through walls, and vanishes in the sight of men. Something to think about. "Teleportation" Definition/Etymology http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/teleportation?s=t http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=teleport&searchmode=none http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=tele-&allowed_in_frame=0 http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=port&allowed_in_frame=0 Bible Passages in this video: 2 Kings 2:11 Matthew 17:3 Mark 16:14 John 20:19, 26, 30-31 Luke 24:31 Colossians 1:16-17 1 Corinthians 15 Futurity Article http://www.futurity.org/teleportation-reality-1015872/ ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ *OTHER LINKS* ◘Subscribe!! https://www.youtube.com/user/FaceLikeTheSun ◘Canary Cry Radio YouTube Channel http://youtube.com/user/canarycryradio ◘PODCAST Canary Cry Radio http://canarycryradio.com *SOCIAL MEDIA* ◘Facebook http://facebook.com/canarycryradio ◘Twitter http://twitter.com/facelikethesun ◘FaceLikeTheSun Blog http://facelikethesun.com *FULL LENGTH FILMS (FREE)* ◘AGE OF DECEIT: Fallen Angels and the New World Order (2011) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjmFm8PIz8M ◘AGE OF DECEIT 2: Alchemy and the Rise of the Beast Image (2014) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfRzUI8hkwo *SUPPORT* ◘PLEASE CONSIDER SUPPORTING THIS MINISTRY With your help, we can keep this YT channel going and reach many more people with videos, films, podcasts, and books that discuss the most important issues today in light of the Gospel message of Jesus Christ. If you feel called to support us financially, please CLICK the following link: https://goo.gl/lW4Q5K Thank you for your support. God Bless.
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What's in a Deed of Separation or Separation Agreement?
 
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http://familylawirelandhq.com/separation-agreements-in-family-law-in-ireland-the-facts-you-should-know/ Separation agreements in family law in Ireland are agreements drawn up by the parties to a broken down marriage who wish to avoid the Courts to resolve their differences. Terms of separation agreements Most separation agreements will deal with an agreement for the parties to live apart and further matters commonly covered will include access to children if any, maintenance, custody, division of property and any other relevant matters that the parties wish to commit to writing. The agreement to live apart should contain a date when this will commence as this date will be important if either party wishes subsequently to obtain a divorce. Non molestation A common clause in separation agreements is a “non-molestation clause” which simply prevents the disturbance or annoyance of one party by the other after execution of the agreement. Custody and guardianship The issues of access and custody where there are children under 18 are important matters to cover and agreement may have been agreed between the parties about sole or joint custody. Matters in this section may also deal with bringing a child abroad and out of the jurisdiction and detailed arrangements for access. Remember that even where parties separate both married parents remain joint guardians of children under 18. Property Matrimonial property is obviously a big issue to be dealt with in separation agreements. Common situations include one of the parties staying in the family home, perhaps until children reach the age of 18, and then the home being sold and proceeds split. MY BOOKS Employment Law In Ireland: The Essentials for Employers, Employees and HR Managers http://amzn.to/2oDhR36 27 Irish Employment Law Cases: Priceless Lessons for Employers and Employees from Decided Cases of the EAT, Equality Tribunal, and High Court http://amzn.to/2oG4oHK How to Carry Out a Workplace Disciplinary Procedure: Avoid Costly Claims for Unfair Dismissal and Other Employment Related Claims http://amzn.to/2H1uR9i The Art of Marketing Your Services Business Online: How to Get New Clients With a Proven, Inexpensive 5 Part Digital Marketing Strategy http://amzn.to/2Fa5BB7 Buying a House in Ireland: A Step by Step Guide by a Builder/Solicitor http://amzn.to/2F9Z2ij
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What are parental rights in Colorado? Colorado Child Custody Lawyers
 
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http://www.marrisonlaw.com Parents don't have rights as much as they have responsibilities to their children. The court decides how much responsibility is awarded to a parent based on how much parental time they have with the child. Parental time is based on a number of factors including the age of the child, the wishes of the child and the overall stability of the parent. Parents must coordinate on a shared decision making plan in the life of their child. If parents cannot coordinate or come to an agreement on who makes which decisions, then the court will appoint a mediator to oversee an agreement. If you are worried that the court will not see vital factors about your spouse that may affect their parenting time, parental rights, or ability to maintain proper decision making responsibilities then contact a family lawyer to represent you and guide you. Protect your rights as a parent and make sure your children are taken care of. Contact Marrison Family Law today. --- Marrison Family Law 225 E Cheyenne Mountain Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80906‎ USA (719) 577 - 9292
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One of the Best Christian Testimony 1/2 (Miracle Healing) - Todd White/Sid Roth (It's Supernatural)
 
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Second video: http://youtu.be/1DPBajnTAqg Todd White started drug in young age and became a drug addict/seller. He was in Teen Change. He started to have nightmare. He met a person on the street. That person prayed for Todd. The night Todd could hear the voice of God and got touched by God in his dream. And his life started to changed. Now, supernatural is routine his life. In order to donate to Sid Roth: https://secure2.convio.net/srmv/site/Donation2?df_id=1800&1800.d In order to see more videos of heaven visitation: http://www.heavenvisit.com
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Does Failure to Exercise Time-Sharing Result in Increased Child Support?
 
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In most family cases involving minor children, there is the responsibility as a parent to support the child(ren). In Florida, both parents are required to financially support the child(ren). Florida has adopted guidelines for child support that the court is required to follow. The guidelines calculate child support using both parent's income, the needs of the children under the guidelines (medical and child care costs, for example), and the number of overnights spent with each parent. Child support can be recalculated from time to time based on a substantial change in circumstances since the entry of the most recent child support order. Changes to the time-sharing schedule, or an increase or decrease in a parent's income, may be factors.
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Child Support Guidelines
 
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Sarah Blake, Attorney at Law, gives a brief description of child support guidelines for South Carolina and Georgia.
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11Can the child say which parent they want to live with
 
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https://www.youtube.com/user/lawtubec... to subscribe to our newest legal videos. http://www.lawtube.com to check out our Video Law Library. Attorney Tom Olsen is host of the Olsen on Law Radio Show on FM 96.5 WDBO in Orlando. You can reach Tom at 407-423-5561 or tom@lawtube.com. Tom has been answering legal questions on his radio show for 26 years and has been practicing law in Orlando, Florida for over 30 years. CALL OR TEXT CHRISSY AT 407-808-8398 IF YOU NEED A LAWYER OR ATTORNEY IN CENTRAL FLORIDA INCLUDING ORLANDO, WINTER PARK, WINDERMERE, DAYTONA BEACH, THE VILLAGES, MELBOURNE, ALTAMONTE, LAKE MARY, LONGWOOD, COLLEGE PARK, BAY HILL, OVIEDO, SANFORD, DELAND, DEBARY, DELTONA, LEESBURG, CLERMONT, THORTON PARK, BALDWIN PARK, PONCE INLET, NEW SYMNRA, ORMOND BEACH, ST. AUGUSTINE, KISSIMMEE. Attorney Tom Olsen: Hey and just out of curiosity, here's an age-old question that we've always gotten and we will always get and that is this, is that parents want to know, do the children have a right to tell the judge who they would like to live with, or spend more time with, or spend less time with? Attorney Paul Newnum: The statute that regulates, that defines the best interest of the children, has nearly 20 different factors. One of the factors is the reasonable preference of the child if the court has decided that that child is intelligent enough, mature enough, to have a voice in the decision. But it is a myth that kids can decide at the age of 16, for example, where they're going to live. They can decide that when they are legally emancipated at the age of 18 or otherwise legally emancipated. Produced by Professional Media Ideas. Call or text Chrissy Merrill at 407-808-8398 or by email at chris@lawtube.com
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Child Custody Disputes in Georgia | Duluth Divorce Attorney David Ward | The Ward Law Firm
 
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Duluth Divorce Attorney - Visit us today at http://www.wardlawfirmga.com or call (770) 383-1973. In this video, Duluth Divorce Attorney David Ward answers, Child Custody Disputes in Georgia. {TRANSCRIPT} Child custody disputes can be highly subjective as the court tries to determine what is in best interests of the child. To secure your rights as a parent and ensure the parenting plan and custody order is in your child’s best interests, you will have to present a solid case with convincing evidence. At The Ward Law Firm’s philosophy for cases like this is simple: children are not bargaining chips in a divorce. They deserve better than to be treated as pawns. We will use every legal means at our disposal to help you protect them. There are two forms of child custody in Georgia: Legal: The rights of a parent to make decisions for the child, such religious or spiritual development, healthcare choices, and education. Physical: Where and when the child is with each parent and with which parent the child will primarily reside. Custody can be either sole or joint. Sole custody awards the rights mentioned above to just one parent (though the noncustodial parent may still have visitation rights), while joint custody grants those rights to both parents. The court prefers to award joint custody, though there are circumstances when one parent is unfit to handle either legal or physical custody responsibilities. For example, the court may consider a parent unfit if he or she has a history of alcohol or drug use. Parents may attempt to work out a parenting plan that works for the family, which the judge must approve. But if they cannot agree, then the court may have to make the decisions for the parents. Children ages 14 or older can request the parent with whom he or she wishes to live. But it can override that decision if it determines that request is not in the child's best interests. The court may consider the wishes of children under 14 but will make its own ruling based on the child’s best interests. Georgia also recognizes grandparents’ rights to visitation. Grandparents may join an existing visitation case or may file their own if none exists. Custody modification is possible; however, it is usually only modified if there is a substantial change in circumstances affecting the child. Custody can only be modified by court order. Matters relating to child custody—creating a parenting plan and determining custody, modifying a parenting plan, requesting a relocation—can be very complex. You must follow the legal procedure under Georgia law and present a solid case that demonstrates what is in the child’s best interests. If you have questions ... Whether your divorce involves asset and debt division, financial support, or child custody, the mental and emotional toll can be overwhelming. Having a complete and honest assessment of what to expect throughout the divorce process substantially reduces the doubt and uncertainty that many people experience. Gwinnett County divorce attorney David Ward has the experience to know that even the most complex issues have solutions, and he fights to ensure that your best interests remain the focus. It is vital to pursue legal matters carefully and consciously with an experienced family lawyer like David Ward who will guide and keep you informed as your case progresses. Unlike most divorce lawyers in Gwinnett County, David Ward has a strong background in finance and accounting. He uses his deep understanding of finances to tackle complex situations regarding property and asset division. We know that there are few situations in life that are more difficult than divorce. The decisions you make early on in your case may affect you and your children’s lives well into the future. We understand the difficulties you are now facing and we want you to know that we are here to help. In fact, our Duluth law firm has been helping folks just like you work through their divorces and family law issues for over a decade. Contact a divorce attorney Duluth or a Gwinnett County family law attorney today at 770-383-1973 to schedule your REAL Case Analysis. NOTICE: You are not a client of this law firm and we do not represent you unless you have a signed attorney/client agreement with this law firm. No duties or privileged relationships are intended to be created by this communication where they do not otherwise exist. The Ward Law Firm 150 South Perry Street Suite 125 Lawrenceville, GA 30046 Telephone: (770) 383-1973 Facsimile: (888) 958-5345 https://plus.google.com/+Wardlawfirmga https://www.facebook.com/TheWardLawFirm https://twitter.com/TheLegalGuy https://soundcloud.com/user-495911463 https://www.pinterest.com/wardlawfirm/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6ZfX0Yq82WTROPFHqOz9pw
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Ft Lauderdale Family Lawyer Curtis Cowan child custody with married parents
 
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Ft Lauderdale Family Lawyer Curtis Cowan child custody with married parents http://www.curtcowanlaw.com/ Working through child custody issues is one of the most challenging aspects of divorce. For issues this emotionally charged, sound legal advice may prove invaluable. Curtis R. Cowan of Broward County, Florida is a board-certified marital and family lawyer. He has more than 25 years of experience in the field of family law. Call us to schedule a consultation at 954-768-0720. There are two types of custody: physical and legal. Each works differently; while physical custody involves where the child lives, legal custody refers to the parent who makes the legal decisions. The parent with physical custody has the right to have the child live with him or her. In cases when the child generally spends an equal amount of time with both parents, the state may award joint physical custody. However, when the parents live close to each other, joint physical custody can be very successful. If one parent has primary physical custody, the other usually has visitation rights. The parent with physical custody is referred to as the “custodial parent,” and the other parent is “noncustodial.” When parents have joint legal custody, they share the decisions associated with raising the child. For example, they work as a team to make choices involving medical care, schooling and religious upbringing. If one parent decides to exclude the other, they can end up back in court. Sometimes, only one of the parents has legal custody; however, it is becoming more unusual for courts to award sole custody to one parent. Even if one parent has sole physical custody, both parents usually share joint legal custody. One parent is the sole caretaker, but both make decisions about the child’s upbringing. Most parents who share joint custody work out a schedule that meets everyone’s needs as well as possible. This requires working around job and school schedules in a way that complements the best interests of the child. It is important to hire an attorney with the knowledge and experience to handle your child custody case. Attorney Curtis R. Cowan of Broward County is a family law expert. Please call us for an appointment at 954-768-0720. http://www.curtcowanlaw.com/
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How do I modify custody? | Austin Divorce FAQ
 
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In Texas, custody can be modified in terms of child support, or is subject to a review after 3 years. The other terms of the custody order are subject to modification if there is material and substantial change. Material and substantial change is a defined legal term and is fairly cut and dried because any time there is a change that would change the child support by more than 20% a year or by more than $100 per month, it is deemed to be a material and substantial change. All of the other material and substantial changes are handled on a case by case basis. It might be that your child has gotten sick, it might be that a parent has gotten sick, it might be that a parent has gotten remarried or that a child has gone from elementary school age to high school age. All of those things are examples of things where a court has found there to be a material and substantial change, but there's not a succinct, clearly defined list of what constitutes a material and substantial change. Find answers to other common Austin divorce questions here: http://www.truslerlegal.com/divorce-questions.htm Trusler Legal PLLC 1114 Lost Creek Blvd Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 481-0330 http://www.truslerlegal.com https://plus.google.com/116416924752375665164/about
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One of the Best Christian Testimony 2/2 (Miracle Healing) - Todd White/Sid Roth (It's Supernatural)
 
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Frist Video: http://youtu.be/xRWgVJwQURs Todd White started drug in young age and became a drug addict/seller. He was in Teen Change. He started to have nightmare. He met a person on the street. That person prayed for Todd. The night Todd could hear the voice of God and got touched by God in his dream. And his life started to changed. Now, supernatural is routine his life. In order to donate to Sid Roth: https://secure2.convio.net/srmv/site/Donation2?df_id=1800&1800.d In order to see more videos of heaven visitation: http://www.heavenvisit.com
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You Just Never Know by Rev. Larry Booker
 
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"He must needs go through Samaria." John 4:4 The King James Version says “to another the word of knowledge by the same Spirit.” WORD here is the Greek word Logos. It means "word, speech, matter or a revelation." A Word of Knowledge is a revelation of Knowledge, or a fragment of Knowledge. The women at the well received a word of knowledge which opened her up to the gospel. What is the word of knowledge? The Word of Knowledge is simply the Holy Spirit transmitting His specific knowledge to you on something that you would have no ability or means to be able to know about with your own limited intelligence and knowledge levels. It is supernatural knowledge and insight being given directly to you by the Holy Spirit Himself, not by your own mind or your own intelligence levels. Examples of a Word of Knowledge From Scripture (a) To warn a king of an enemy's plan of destruction (2 Kings 6, 9-12). (b) To enlighten and encourage a discouraged servant of the Lord (1 Kings 19, 14-18). (c) To expose a hypocrite (2 Kings 5, 20-27). (d) To convince a sinner of the need of a Saviour (John 4, 18,19,29.) (e) To discover a man in hiding (1 Samuel 10, 22). (f) To indicate a man in need (Acts 9, 11). (g) To reveal corruption in the Church (Acts 5, 3). (h) To indicate a suitable place for a meeting of God's people (Mark 14, 13-15). (i) To know men's thoughts (John 2, 24; 1 Samuel 9,19) Final Conclusions on the word of knowledge (1) The revelation the Word of Knowledge brings is never future. (2) Distance makes no difference to its operation. (3) Age, education, nationality make no difference to its reception. (4) Through its agency the whole realm of facts is at the disposal of the believer as the Spirit wills. (5) Through its beneficent agency the Church · may be purified, · the distressed comforted, · the saint gladdened, · lost property rediscovered, · the enemy defeated and · the Lord Jesus glorified in all.
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