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Sunday, February 27, 2011
Mother Hits Father with Car on Video; Prosecutor Refuses to Bring Charges; Police Jail Dad (From the Website of Fathers and Families)
Events caught on a school surveillance camera in Oelwein, Iowa on January 28 hold many lessons for the family court reform movement. The entire event can be seen here, and it makes fascinating viewing.
According to the dad, whom I will call “Josh”, he enjoys 50/50 shared parenting of his five children under Iowa’s fairly enlightened shared parenting laws. He claims mom had interfered with his designated parenting time the day before, so on the day of the videotaped incident, Josh was determined to avoid a repeat. He notified the school that he would be picking his daughter up an hour early. But the school notified mom, who came to the school six minutes before Josh.
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Saturday, February 19, 2011
In the 1990s, I developed an effective method for visitation / parenting time enforcement that worked very well. We ended up training the St. Louis Police Department with it. Please note that I am not an attorney and that this method should not be construed as legal advice. It is experiential advice that is being handed down from one activist to another.
Saturday, February 12, 2011
Friday, February 11, 2011
Thursday, February 10, 2011
KEENE, N.H. - More people are being left in legal limbo because of increased caseloads, more complex cases, and shortages of judges and clerical staff at New Hampshire's Superior Courts.
"It is not an exaggeration to say that every day there are at least two stacks at least a foot tall of routine matters on Judge Tucker's desk," said Cheshire County Superior Court Clerk Barbara Hogan. "Some days there are four or five stacks, and he gets them done every day. He's working them before and after the court opens."
Monday, February 7, 2011
US Supreme Court to Hear Case Challenging Constitutionality of Jailing Parents for Inability to Pay Child Support (From the Fathers and Families Website)
The injustice is typified by the case of Jeremy Lavine, one of three Fathers and Families supporters quoted in a national Associated Press article on the issue.
Lavine worked in the real estate industry and had a $1,100 a month child support obligation based on a $4,500 a month income. Like so many in the real estate industry, his income dropped precipitously, yet the Florida Department of Children and Families told him his industry was going to bounce back and refused to give him a downward modification. The kicker? Lavine's kids live with him 50% of the time.
HB 435 establishing a committee to study joint parenting decisions.
HB 415 relative to access to abuse and neglect investigation records pending a
child custody dispute.
HB 395 establishing a child protection study committee.