Monthly Archives: October 2011

Fathers and Mothers


Fathers and Mothers. Todd’s inability to foster a positive relationship with Miller and to support the children’s contact with him. These include her conclusions that Todd caused Laurel to believe that she has been sexually abused by her father, that … Continue reading

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How is Child Support Calculated?


Are you divorced or thinking about divorce? Do you pay child support?  Are you wondering how to file for child support?  You can save yourself time (and possibly some expense) if you gather some information before you meet with an … Continue reading

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Parents Rights UK Establishment


Parents Rights UK Establishment. ’What the public need to understand is that child stealing and other abuses against parents and children by the State can only take place where openness, transparency and free reporting in Family Court are suppressed. Bias, … Continue reading

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Children’s rights


Children’s rights. Judge rules Maryanne Godboldo’s daughter can go home , and also ruled that medicating a child is a parent’s decision and not the state’s. Therefore the judge is not ordering Godboldo’s daughter to take a prescribed psychiatric medication.  Maryanne Godboldo … Continue reading

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South Carolina Supreme Court REVERSES a family court ruling to terminate parental rights


South Carolina Supreme Court ,USA – JUSTICE HEARN:   The South Carolina Supreme Court has handed down a decision that REVERSES a family court ruling to terminate parental rights in this case. The VERY important part is the reason they did … Continue reading

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Goldie: Born to shine


Goldie: Born to shine – He grew up in care homes to become a pioneer of rave culture and – today – a composer for the Proms. How has he done it? While foster care deeply damaged Goldie, it also introduced … Continue reading

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Danish Law Promotes Child Contact by Both Parents


  Danish Law Promotes Child Contact by Both Parents  In 2007, Denmark passed the Danish Act on Parental Responsibility, which introduced new guidelines for determining custody rights. According to Vivian Jørgensen, a lawyer who has handled numerous custody cases, the … Continue reading

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Misconduct in Public Office


Misconduct in Public Office. Freedom in Practice Outcomes-focused regulation The legal services market is changing. On 6 October 2011, The Solicitors Regulation Authority are introducing outcomes-focused regulation (OFR). Soon, alternative business structures (ABSs) will enable lawyers and non-lawyers to share the management and … Continue reading

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Domestic Violence News & Information


Domestic Violence News via Domestic Violence News & Information. Domestic Violence News & Information.  Awareness, perception, definition and documentation of domestic violence differs widely from country to country, and from era to era.

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Colorado Springs mom gets 24 years in “horrendous” child abuse


COLORADO SPRINGS — Weeping uncontrollably, a teenage mother was sentenced Friday to 24 years in prison for failing to intervene in what a judge called one of the worst cases of child abuse to come before his court.  Read More>>> … Continue reading

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