SERVICES TO HELP YOU WITH YOUR CASE!

We are often contacted by parents, grandparents, and others to help them with their individual case.  While our primary focus is on statewide legislation, we have found a couple of things that we can do to help you in your individual case and raise some money for our efforts.  We do not have attorneys on staff and this is not meant to be legal advice.

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RULE 22 MOTIONS

One of the most common problems we hear is that the judge is biased or outright corrupt or that opposing counsel behaves badly in Court.  A Rule 22 motion allows us to notify the Court that we intend on recording the proceedings.  We often take an extra step to ensure that your children's rights are respected.  This can be done for both in-person and virtual court hearings.  We have had extraordinarily positive feedback on this.

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ATTORNEY REFERRALS

Sometimes we just need a good attorney that understands your issues and is willing to listen to you, work with you, and advocate for you.

Our attorneys are vetted as great attorneys and pro-shared parenting advocates.

*We cannot guarantee the outcome of your case regardless of who your attorney is and we can not guarantee that any attorney will even take your case.  You are responsible for working out the details with the attorney.

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RESOURCES

You may be able to use some of our resources in your case.  Please contact an attorney to see how to use this information in your case.

 

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