Cool Song Video about Fatherhood

Published on 15 February 2014 by in blog

I was doing some research on Levi Johnston for a podcast I want to do about fatherhood, and on his Facebook page he has a link to this Rodney Atkins video for a song called “He’s Mine.” I had to watch it, and I think it ‘s an awesome song and and very cool video !

Missing your kids can be touch, and maybe this song will help you through the roughspots.

 

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Men’s Family Law – Nationally recognized Father’s Rights expert David Pisarra explains what a child custody evaluation is, how they work and what a man needs to know if he is faced with one. The role of a Minor’s Counsel is explained and the question of do you need a lawyer to change custody and support is addressed.

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Podcast – Men’s Family Law – Alimony

Published on 03 February 2014 by in blog

Men’s Family Law – Nationally recognized Father’s Rights expert and Los Angeles Divorce lawyer David Pisarra explains what alimony is, who can get it, how you can limit it, and most importantly how to end it. The rabbit hole of family court is discussed in light of Tyrese Gibson’s child custody battles.

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Here’s an example of the madness that is used in family court when it comes to child custody and  child support cases. Tyrese Gibson is on hiatus while Fast and Furious 7 is being reworked in the wake of the untimely death of Paul Walker. He goes to Dubai where he is “making special appearances in night clubs” – which as anyone in Hollywood knows are usually highly paid and lucrative contracts! What does the baby mama do? she tries to use that AGAINST him, in the Child Custody fight !

This is the insanity of child custody and child support in the Los Angeles Superior Courts, and everywhere else I might add…

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Tyrese Gibson of Fast and Furious 7 in child custody and child support battle.

Yoinked from tmz.com

 

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Video – Divorce Survival Tips for Men.

Published on 24 January 2014 by in blog

 

Going through a divorce or breakup is very difficult for most of us, use these survival tips to make it easier.

 

 

 

 

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Are you paying too much in Alimony? Call the Divorce Lawyers at Mensfamilylaw.com today to find out how to lower or even end those spousal support payments. Using private investigators and a solid strategy

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If you haven’t seen your kids in weeks, months or even years, you need to call the attorneys at Mensfamilylaw.com today, they are Father’s Rights Lawyers, fighting for you and your kids.

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Video – How Do I Get a Quickie Divorce?

Published on 24 January 2014 by in blog

Do you have a “starter marriage” ? One of those first marriages with no kids, no real estate and it didn’t last more than 5 years?  Summary Dissolution may be quickie divorce solution for you.

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In Part 3 of this article on Parents.com I share with parents tips on how to make the relationship with the ex work:

 

Rule #6: Find an agreeable way to communicate

For joint child custody to work, communication is key. For the sake of your children (and your sanity), you need to find a method of communication that works for you and your ex. “These days we have so many tools with which to organize custody,” Wasser says. “There are Google calendars, icalendars, cell phones, texting, and emailing – all which provide parents with the ability to communicate with each other quickly.” Pisarra directs his clients to the website OurFamilyWizard.com, which offers joint calendars, expense logs, common document storage for things like a child’s immunization record or school calendar, and a message board that keeps an accurate and non-modifiable record of your communications that can be admitted in court, if disagreements arise.

Rule #7: Pick your battles.

Let’s be frank. Parenting is hard enough on its own, and co-parenting adds another layer of complexity. Prevent as many as conflicts as possible with your ex by open communication, but when disagreements do arise, consider if the conflict is truly worth fighting over. “Try to be as rational about your positions as possible and remember that if a judge has to decide it, no one will like the decision most likely” Pisarra advises. “Fight only for the things that are worth fighting for. School choices, vacations, and parenting time are worth the fight. Things like food choices, unless there’s a known medical issue like diabetes or food allergies, are not worth the fight.” Save your energy and good will with your ex and the courts for those things that do matter.

Rule #8: Let your child feel heard.

A child experiences lots of change during a divorce. Allowing the child to express feelings and confusions about the divorce and custody arrangement can help him feel a sense of control in the midst of all that change. “Children need to have input in the process, and depending on how old they are,” Pisarra says. “That can be a simple matter with preteens, or hard to discern with toddlers.”

 

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In this article for Parents.com I was quoted as saying:

Rule #5: A bad spouse doesn’t equal a bad parent.

Your ex may have dropped the ball and driven you crazy, but Wasser reminds her clients that “even though he or she may not have been a good spouse, it is still possible for him or her to be a good parent.” In most case, Wasser says, “it is unquestionably best for children to have frequent and continuous contact with both parents.” Your marriage may not have worked, but your parenting can still succeed. “For good or bad, the child wants and needs to feel the love of both of parents,” Pisarra says. How to do that? Put the needs and well-being of your children first. “Remember that when the children are with your ex, they are with the one person in the world who loves and cares about them as much as you,” Wasser says.

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