Leaving it all on the field in your Child Custody appeal…

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Leaving it all on the field in your Child Custody appeal…

Foxtrot lost a Child Custody appeal today. We don’t want to paint some rosy picture of appellate practice so we think it’s important to say this much. Our team of Child Custody lawyers has won its fair share of appeals but they are hard, expensive and, for the most part, a long shot on even […]

Two New Child Custody Lawyers join the Fight with Foxtrot!

We’re so glad to have two new #childcustody lawyers join our team at Foxtrot! Welcome, ELIZABETH GONCE and KYLE CLARK! ~ ELIZABETH is a Ga. Tech trained engineer. (We love nerds!) KYLE is an Armed Forces veteran. (We love badasses!) But they’ve both “gotten the call” to help parents and relatives Stand Up for themselves […]

(video) Random Rules – the “Best Evidence” Rule and Police Reports in Child Custody cases

In Child Custody…Look Up, not Around…

In the long run, we don’t have to prove anything to anyone. We are all miracles as people and parents, but we forget that when we look too often in the wrong direction. ~ We are running our own race. If we make decisions and take action in line with what we believe in, the […]

(video) Priorities in your Child Custody case…

Random Rules! — Authentication of Documents (School Records, Drug Tests) in your Child Custody Case

You can’t just want into Court with a stack of documents and expect the Court to believe that they are what we say they are. If you didn’t produce a document or receive it in a certain way, you can’t “authenticate” it. And your Child Custody lawyer should be able to help properly obtain and […]

Child Custody is about Deciding Who You Are…Not What You Do

There’s a big difference between saying “I quit smoking” and “I’m not a smoker.” Especially in DHR cases, you can’t be effective in your Child Custody case by checking boxes. It’s about deciding who you are and the decisions and actions that flow out of that. ~ Are you the kind of person who is […]

What rights do what rights do I have as a stepparent?

The mother lost all custody and rights to decision-making and that it all went to the father. Me and the father have had the kids for 3 years now…?   —>>> Click here for our Response on Avvo.com

A Co-Parent needs a Court Order to Suspend Visitation

A #CoParent cannot legally suspend Court-Ordered visitation without, you guessed it, a Court Order. An informally agreed upon, temporary deviation is one thing; a unilateral power/control grab by one side or the Other is completely different. #childcustody

Video – Child Custody Tip for testifying at Hearing or Deposition – SLOOOWWWW DOOOWWWN….!

Quick #ChildCustody Tip for testifying at a hearing or deposition… speak…more…slowly…. When you think you’ve slowed down. Slow down more. Watch the video to understand why slowing down BEFORE things get touchy is SO SO SO important!!!