(video) Random Rules! — Attorney-Client Privilege in your Child Custody case (Rule 502, Ala R Evid)


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(video) Random Rules! — Attorney-Client Privilege in your Child Custody case (Rule 502, Ala R Evid)

Attorney-Client Privilege is sacred in this Country and especially in your #ChildCustody case, but it’s not as simple as you might think and your Child Custody lawyer needs to be on the lookout for ways the Other Side might try to invade confidential communications with your lawyer in discovery, depositions or even at trial. ~ […]

Child Custody Devotional – Cultivate Quality in Child Custody and Co-Parenting…

Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much, and whoever is dishonest with very little will also be dishonest with much. Luke 16:10 ~ Slow down. Take your time. Make the perfect cup of coffee or a really good sandwich. Take a really good breath. Find flow in the process. […]

Foxtrot client wins Child Custody appeal…

We’re so very proud of and thrilled for a client whose steadfast, unwavering commitment of time, energy, resources, discipline, and sobriety has led to a victory in the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals to reestablish visitation with their son. Guys, the personal responsibility to keep up the good work remains, but the stigma regarding addiction […]

Child Custody Devotional – Rise Again…

If He can do it, so can each one of us. #ChildCustody and #CoParenting can knock us down time and time again. Each time, we can be risen, indeed. #HappyEaster ~ If you would like to speak more about how you, as a Committed Parent or Caring Relative, can be more effective in your Child […]

Beware the Narrative Fallacy in Child Custody and CoParenting

What’s the narrative fallacy? Abhishek Chakraborty, writer of ‘Sunday Wisdom’ on the website, Medium, puts it this way, “Life is full of random facts. You forcibly knit them together to give it meaning.” How does this relate to #ChildCustody and #CoParenting…? ~ ~ If you would like to speak more about how you, as a […]

We Don’t Joke about Child Custody…Not Even on April Fools’ Day

We thought about some kind of April Fool’s post, one of those early Google-esque posts that announces that our team is doing the last thing we’d ever do. You know the ones. But we believe words have power beyond what we know and comprehend, and we can’t even bring ourselves to make jokes about ever […]

Child Custody Devotional – Vengeance? Or Patience…

…at that time I will deal with all your oppressors. Zephaniah 3:19 ~ Receiving this passage can lead us in a couple of different directions. It can engender anger, vengeance or wrath. I prefer, though, to receive it as a call for patience, humility and agency. ~ I take it as patience, that the time […]

Let’s Improve Child Custody by Paying DHR Social Workers More

Let’s talk about Money and DHR on a #FoxtrotFriday. You may not expect it coming from us, but let’s make it rain on DHR! We’ve got our share of problems with DHR, no diggity, no doubt. But at Foxtrot, we also understand something about putting together a good team. Social workers are overworked and underpaid. […]

Child Custody Devotional – On Daylight Savings…

“And they arose early: and it came to pass about the spring of the day…” 1 Samuel 9:26 ~ No, you didn’t sleep in more than usual. #DaylightSavingsTime is here! Spring forward, everyone. For the next few months, each day greets us with two wonderful opportunities. ~ First, arise early and greet the dawn when […]

Child Custody Terminology – Abandonment

Folks toss around legal terms much too lightly, especially in #ChildCustody. For example, when someone says they “signed over their rights” to their child, that phrase doesn’t mean anything, or rather could mean dozens of different things, without a great deal more context. ‘Alienation’ is another example and another discussion for another day. Here, we […]