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California State Forum / RE: Childs counsel
« on: Apr 19, 2005, 07:08:25 AM »
CORRECTION:  Breathe should be "Breath"

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California State Forum / RE: Childs counsel
« on: Apr 19, 2005, 07:01:21 AM »
I wouldn't go with child's counsel again if you paid me.  Why add another corrupt attorney to the mix?  My ex is paying for child's counsel so it's like child's counsel is another attorney for her.

Thanks for the 3150 info, I have discovered that child's counsel and my first attorney that I fired and who share's an office together with child's counsel are being sued in a unlawful detainer lawsuit.  Child's counsel is approx. $28,000 dollars behind in her rent.  She is claiming in the law suit that her office is full of toxic mold and that her office is uninhabitable.  Yet she has been visiting with my nine year old at her office monthly and other clients as well.  I have also detected alcohol on her breathe.

I think I've already pissed her off, I've turned her into the State Bar and plan to Notice the Court of Child Counsel's lawsuit.  I've also just found out that my attorney that I fired back in 2002 now wants more money and has decided to sue me in small claims.

All I want is my child back, that the system and the lawyers took away.  There needs to be reform in family law.

Thanks for your help

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California State Forum / Childs counsel
« on: Apr 11, 2005, 12:23:03 AM »
I would like to disqualify my child's counsel.  Does anyone have any information on how to go about doing it?

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California State Forum / RE: Help
« on: Apr 04, 2005, 11:23:49 AM »
Have you tried the Family Law Facilitator?  I believe it goes back to the date of separation.  If it's healthy for the children, it's always best for the children to have both parents in their lives.  Watch out for how the system will turn you against each other and create more hate.

Reform Family Law

Picket L.A. Superior Court for more info.

Becca17215@aol.com

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California State Forum / RE: help!!!
« on: Apr 04, 2005, 11:16:06 AM »
Each of (their) birthdays, that would mean only that one child.  Remember it is best for the children if they have both parents involved in their lives.  Co-parent.  

Picket L.A. Superior Court / Reform Family Law.  For more information contact:

Becca17215@aol.com

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California State Forum / PICKET LA SUPERIOR COURT
« on: Apr 04, 2005, 11:10:00 AM »
Looking for people who want to picket at L.A. Superior Court.  The picket will take place on Friday, May 20, 2005.  Please contact Becca at:

Becca17215@aol.com

Picket at San Fernando Court house May 14, 2005.  Contact:

Cals4justice@aol.com

Reform Family Law

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California State Forum / RE: Mom moved to California
« on: Mar 03, 2005, 05:26:29 PM »
The Judge agreed that paying CS and paying for the plane tickets world be to burdensome.  The court order is out of Fort Bend County in Texas.  I'm living in California.  My son flys out this coming week.  We also had an attorney Guardian ad litem in my case who also helped.

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California State Forum / RE: Professional Help?
« on: Mar 02, 2005, 12:54:31 AM »
Hang in there, tell your daughter you love her by mail if you can.  When you see her tell her you'll always be there for her.  Keep it simple, and don't focus on your ex so much.  Work at dealing with the messed up court system that takes children away from their parents.

Justice4court@aol.com

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California State Forum / RE: Do I have any rights as a father?
« on: Mar 02, 2005, 12:47:57 AM »
I need more information.  What were you arrested for?  Who has custody (legal and/or Physical)? You do have rights, you just have to know what they are.

Justice4court@aol.com

We are looking for people who want to reform the system.

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California State Forum / RE: Mom moved to California
« on: Mar 02, 2005, 12:42:08 AM »
My son is 17 but lives in Texas and I live in California, I share custody with the mother.  My child support is his airfare to California and back again.  No layovers.  I get him 2 months in the summer and every other holiday if I would like to have him.  It's not to bad.  Every other month is too much flying back and forth.

Justice4court@aol.com

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