Fathers Rights

Author: Jeffery Leving
Publisher: Basic Books (AZ)
ISBN: 9780465023622
Size: 63.83 MB
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Discusses the complexities of the American legal system, finding a good attorney, protecting relationships with children, and developing a good shared parenting arrangement

Custody For Fathers

Author: Michael Brennan
ISBN: 9780964415751
Size: 17.48 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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This book is your roadmap thorugh the complex maze of family law courts which are mom-biased. Discover over 100 strategies and tactics that have won custody for other fathers. Improve Conduct in Mediation Deal with a Difficult Judge Execute Winning Strategies Use Court Time Wisely Master Skills of Testifying Use Linguistic Techniques Counter Mom's Dirty Tricks Handle Setbacks & Adversity

Unmarried Parents Rights And Responsibilities

Author: Jacqueline D. Stanley
Publisher: SphinxLegal
ISBN: 1572485302
Size: 31.94 MB
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Unmarried Parents' Rights (and Responsibilities) provides a step-by-step guide to taking legal action for divorced and single parents. This book helps you take control of situations and provide for your children in the best possible way.

Fathers Rights

Author: James Gross
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1572488026
Size: 19.69 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Millions of fathers are currently fighting for custody of their children. Many wonder if they will ever again be an important part of their children's lives. Fathers' Rights covers every aspect of the custody process, including protecting the parent/child relationship as a break-up occurs, determining when to settle and when to litigate and explanations concerning the court's determination of a fair level of child support. This new edition updates the ever-changing laws in this area and expands into additional topics of importance concerning paternity issues and fathers serving in the armed forces. Numerous court cases are used as examples to illustrate relevant situations. An extensive list of resources including agencies, organizations and websites is included as easy reference for the reader.

Winning Custody

Author: Deedra Hunter, M.S., L.M.H.C
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN: 9781429975735
Size: 32.84 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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You never wanted to be in this position, but you are. Now, faced with the prospect of a custody dispute, you need to make smart choices. Winning Custody can help. this book-written by a woman who is an experienced psychotherapist, a mom, and a veteran of a bitter custody dispute-will help you find your way, maintain your sanity, and keep your kids from being caught in the custody cross fire. Winning Custody is geared specifically toward women seeking custody of their children. It offers advice on how to navigate the complicated legal maze of the custody process, giving step-by-step guidance on: -How to find a good-and affordable-lawyer -What to wear in court (it's more important than you might think) -How to effectively communicate with you ex -How to parent your child firmly, lovingly, and consistently throughout the crisis period -How to defuse your fears of losing your children -And how to love and believe in yourself during this most difficult time

They Re Your Kids Too

Author: Anne P. Mitchell Esq
Publisher: Isipp Publishing
ISBN: 9780615514437
Size: 24.65 MB
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This strategy and resource guide to divorce- and post-divorce-related child custody matters provides practical advice and support resources for fathers who want to stay connected to their children.

Divorce Wars

Author: Jeffery M. Leving
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061853151
Size: 58.47 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Think the worst won't happen to you? Divorce can turn even the most sensible and perfectly nice people into malicious cutthroats. And while divorce is never easy, it can get downright nasty if your spouse wants to turn the process into the ffifiight of his or her life. Whether your spouse is vengeful, abusive, money-hungry, or just plain angry, a divorce can become prolonged, costly, and psychologically and emotionally damaging to your children. Here, Jeffery M. Leving, one of America's most prominent and experienced divorce lawyers, shows you how to win any divorce fair and square, even when your spouse brings out the heavy artillery. By giving real-life examples, Leving provides essential advice on everything from picking the right lawyer and devising a winning settlement strategy to getting the most from your day in court and dealing with an ex-spouse. Divorce Wars will help ensure you are acting wisely and effectively at every stage of the process, and will help you and your children survive even the most painful and difffiicult divorce.

Paternity And American Law

Author: Rosemarie Skaine
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 9780786414116
Size: 72.95 MB
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A father's role in the family has been defined in various ways throughout the history of the United States. The English heritage of the first settlers encouraged patriarchal rule in the family. As changing technology spurred the Industrial Revolution, the father was propelled out of the home and into the workplace, and his role became that of breadwinner. Consequently, mothers soon found their authority in the home heightened. Both parents left the home when the World War II effort urged citizens into the factories and offices to serve the United States in a time of crisis. This again led to a more aggressive female presence in society as well as the family. As the father's role in the family changed, so did the laws reflecting the father's rights. Today the line is skewed, as more often the establishment of paternity becomes a difficult process no longer defined by the old standards of marriage or adoption. This text discusses the changes in paternity laws over time and the ways in which each era's societal norms have been reflected in those laws. Custody, legitimacy, adoption and paternity are examined from a legal standpoint. Child support, visitation scheduling and third party parenting and visitation rights are also discussed. Finally, current trends that affect paternity laws are examined. Major cases, statutes and model acts that exemplify changes in paternity laws are listed in three appendices.