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AT WHAT AGE CAN A CHILD CHOOSE? (Updated Edition)This is the state-of-the-art discussion of the question: “When can a child (under 18 years of age) make the decision as to whether he/she will live with Mom or Dad? This is the largest, most current, and most complete volume of information ever compiled! This publication will answer EVERY question that you have on the subject!
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FATHERS: DEFENDING YOUR CHILD CUSTODY RIGHTS (Updated Edition)Fathers have been given specific rights by family courts in every state. This publication has been developed to help you defend your custody rights when: ~Someone attempts to take your children away or ~Someone interferes with specific custody or visitation rights that you have already been given by the court system.
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MOTHERS: DEFENDING YOUR CHILD CUSTODY RIGHTS (Updated Edition) Mothers have been given specific rights by family courts in every state. This publication has been developed to help you defend your custody rights when: ~Someone attempts to take your children away or ~Someone interferes with specific custody or visitation rights that you have already been given by the court system.
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FATHERS GOING TO CUSTODY COURT (Updated Edition)A totally integrated publication that guides Fathers every step of the way as they seek to gain custody or visitation of their children. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

MOTHERS GOING TO CUSTODY COURT (Updated Edition)A totally integrated publication that guides Mothers every step of the way as they seek to gain custody or visitation of their children. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

THE IMPORTANCE OF ADULTERY IN CURRENT CUSTODY AND VISITATION DECISIONS (Updated Edition).Also discusses: extra-marital sexual misconduct, ?friendly parent doctrine,? (caregiving parent, religion, judicial bias, ?psychological parent doctrine,? mothers vs. fathers bias, many more. Every item that can be considered by a family court judge is discussed! This publication is invaluable if you are trying to get custody or modify a custody order. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

25 KEY STRATEGIES TO HELP YOUR CUSTODY CASE BY DRS. BRICKLIN & ELLIOT (Updated Edition)NOW! THE This information has helped over 100,000 parents since 1988 do their best in their child custody case! INCLUDES: 14 key Strategies that can definitely help your case. How to deal with 7 strategies that could be used to damage your position. 4 strategies that can be effective when a child has been bribed or manipulated into turning against you. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CHILD CUSTODY EVALUATIONS (Updated Edition)
Custody Evaluation is a critical element in the decision-making process of your child custody case. What can you expect? What do evaluators look for during a comprehensive Custody Evaluation? Can you prepare for a Custody Evaluation? Information prepared by experts. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

CHILD CUSTODY Q and A (Updated Edition)NOW! THE 77 MOST-FREQUENTLY ASKED (AND MOST IMPORTANT) CHILD CUSTODY QUESTIONS WITH EXPERT ANSWERS! “YOU WILL FIND YOUR ANSWERS HERE!” [CLICK TO SEE THE QUESTIONS]

GRANDPARENTS’ RIGHTS MANUAL: (Updated Edition)ARE YOU HAVING DIFFICULTIES VISITING WITH YOUR GRANDCHILDREN? DO YOU HAVE A GRANDCHILD WHO IS BEING TREATED POORLY OR EVEN ABUSED? DO YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS ARE AS GRANDPARENTS? THIS IS THE ULTIMATE PACKAGE OF INFORMATION FOR GRANDPARENTS INVOLVED (OR TO BE INVOLVED) IN A CHILD CUSTODY DISPUTE. YOUR EVERY QUESTION IS ANSWERED! [CLICK TO READ MORE]

GRANDPARENTS ASSERTING THEIR RIGHTS IN CUSTODY COURT: (Updated Edition)A TOTALLY INTEGRATED PUBLICATION, HELPING GRANDPARENTS WITH: (1) THEIR DECISION TO GO TO COURT TO ASSERT THEIR RIGHTS FOR VISITATION OR CUSTODY; (2) HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT ATTORNEY TO HANDLE THEIR CASE; (3) 25 KEY STRATEGIES TO HELP THEM ACHIEVE A SUCCESSFUL CONCLUSION TO THEIR COURT CASE; (4) THINGS THAT GRANDFATHERS (MEN) AND GRANDMOTHERS (WOMEN) SHOULD BE AWARE OF WHILE IN COURT; (5) A CHECKLIST TO MAKE CERTAIN THAT THEY ARE FULLY PREPARED FOR THEIR CUSTODY/VISITATION CASE; (6) GRANDPARENT COURT CASES FROM COAST TO COAST (A GREAT HELP FOR YOU AND YOUR ATTORNEY); (7) EXAMPLES OF THE LEGAL FORMS AND THAT WILL BE FILED ON YOUR BEHALF BY YOUR ATTORNEY. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

EMANCIPATION HANDBOOK (Updated Edition): WHAT CONSTITUTES EMANCIPATION AND RELEASES A PARENT FROM A CHILD SUPPORT OBLIGATION? THE MOST-COMPLETE VOLUME OF INFORMATION ON EMANCIPATION EVER OFFERED. INFORMATION ON EVERY STATE AND DC! [CLICK TO READ MORE]

PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME (PAS) (Updated Edition) WHAT IS PAS? HOW CAN YOU COMBAT IT? EXPERTS PRESENT THE MOST COMPLETE VOLUME OF INFORMATION FOR PARENTS ABOUT PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT ATTORNEY TO HANDLE YOUR CUSTODY CASE (Updated Edition) THE MOST IMPORTANT “PIECE OF THE PUZZLE” IN WINNING YOUR CUSTODY CASE IS SELECTING THE RIGHT LAWYER! DR. BARRY BRICKLIN AND DR. GAIL ELLIOT, NATIONALLY-KNOWN CHILD CUSTODY EXPERTS, HAVE USED THEIR 40 YEARS OF CUSTODY EXPERIENCE TO HELP YOU SELECT THE ATTORNEY WHO WILL DO THE BEST JOB FOR YOU!
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RELOCATION WITH CHILDREN AFTER DIVORCE (Updated Edition)Can you move out of state with your kids? Can you stop your ex from moving out of state with your kids? What are your legal rights and options in regard to relocation? This publication covers relocation from every aspect. IT IS THE MOST-COMPLETE VOLUME OF INFORMATION EVER OFFERED TO PARENTS! [CLICK TO READ MORE]

VOLUNTARY TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS (Updated Edition)First time offered! 62 pages of information about voluntarily terminating your parental rights. What are the effects of giving up your parental rights? What is the legal process? Is the termination FINAL? What are the specific rules for each state? PLUS MORE? MORE? MORE! Every question is answered. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

CHILD CUSTODY CHECKLIST (Updated Edition) There are many items to think about and consider as you prepare to get involved, or re-involved, in any custody dispute. This list will help you better organize these items. If you energetically follow the Checklist you will significantly help your case! [CLICK TO READ MORE]

THE CHILD SUPPORT HANDBOOK (Updated Edition) Includes ALL states and D.C.— the most complete volume of information about child support ever offered! Answers questions about every aspect of Child Support, “You will find your answers HERE!” Support guidelines for every state PLUS the rules that let you deviate from these guidelines. YOUR OWN PERSONAL CHILD SUPPORT CALCULATOR—Use it over and over again?forever! YOUR CHOICE OF ONE 15 to 17 page STATE SUPPLEMENT IS INCLUDED! [CLICK TO READ MORE]

THINGS FOR MEN TO BE AWARE OF DURING A CHILD CUSTODY COURT CASE (Updated Edition)By nationally-known and respected child custody experts, Dr. Barry Bricklin and Dr. Gail Elliot. MEN AND WOMEN ARE TREATED DIFFERENTLY DURING CHILD CUSTODY COURT CASES AND IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO BE IN A POSITION TO COUNTERACT THESE JUDICIAL BIASES. THIS REPORT HAS BEEN WRITTEN SPECIFICALLY FOR MEN![CLICK TO READ MORE]

THINGS FOR WOMEN TO BE AWARE OF DURING A CHILD CUSTODY COURT CASE (Updated Edition)By nationally-known and respected child custody experts, Dr. Barry Bricklin and Dr. Gail Elliot. MEN AND WOMEN ARE TREATED DIFFERENTLY DURING CHILD CUSTODY COURT CASES AND IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO BE IN A POSITION TO COUNTERACT THESE JUDICIAL BIASES. THIS REPORT HAS BEEN WRITTEN SPECIFICALLY FOR WOMEN![CLICK TO READ MORE]

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AS A CONSIDERATION IN CHILD CUSTODY
AND VISITATION DECISIONS(Updated Edition) An Important Discussion About How Court Systems Handle the Problem of Domestic Violence When Making Child Custody and Visitation Decisions. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

UNMARRIED PARENTS AND CHILD CUSTODY (Updated Edition)

Once you slip on a wedding ring, the law has you covered– most state statutes outline rights and responsibilities for married couples. Few comparable statutes exist to guide the unmarried. As an unmarried parent, (alone or with a partner) you have a bit more work to find out: ~ Who has custody of the child? ~ What are your legal rights as a parent? ~ How to enforce those rights? ~ What are your responsibilities as a parent? This Publication covers EVERYTHING you need to know about having children while not being married. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

INTERFERENCE WITH VISITATION AS GROUNDS FOR MODIFYING CUSTODY (Updated Edition)

?I worked out a visitation plan with my ex when we got divorced, but now she never lets me see the kids.? ?The court gave me every-other-weekend and all day Wednesday to be with my daughter but I haven?t seen her in over a year!? How do courts handle custody cases where the custodial parent has continually interfered with the custody and visitation rights of the noncustodial parent?
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ENFORCING YOUR CUSTODY AND VISITATION PLAN WHEN IT IS INTERFERED WITH (Updated Edition)

“What good is it to have court-ordered custody and visitation rights if they are always being interfered with by your ex?”THERE ARE LEGAL PROCESSES AVAILABLE IN ALL 50 STATES THAT WILL HELP DEFEND YOUR CUSTODY AND VISITATION RIGHTS! Learn what they are and how you can use them! “It’s time for your ex to do what the court says!”
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PARENTING AGREEMENTS/PLANS: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW (Updated Edition)

A Parenting Agreement (also called a Parenting Plan) is a written statement of how the needs of your children are going to be met after divorce. Parenting Plans cover EVERY important area of a child?s life.Each item that should be included is discussed, PLUS our editors have developed a detailed ?fill-in-the-blanks? Parenting Agreement that is ready for you to use. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

FATHERS GOING TO CUSTODY COURT IN CANADA (Updated Edition)
There are 330 total pages, divided into eleven different sections, that can be viewed and printed individually. You will not be rushed— you will be able to return to the Download Site over and over to view or print the information as you need it (including any new information that is added). THIS PUBLICATION IS DIVIDED INTO THREE CHAPTERS: (1) Everything You Need To Know About Child Custody and Child Support In Canada (2) Specific Help For MEN Involved in a Child Custody Case (3) Custody Cases and Legal Summaries In Canada
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MOTHERS GOING TO CUSTODY COURT IN CANADA (Updated Edition)
There are 330 total pages, divided into eleven different sections, that can be viewed and printed individually. You will not be rushed— you will be able to return to the Download Site over and over to view or print the information as you need it (including any new information that is added). THIS PUBLICATION IS DIVIDED INTO THREE CHAPTERS: (1) Everything You Need To Know About Child Custody and Child Support In Canada (2) Specific Help For WOMEN Involved in a Child Custody Case (3) Custody Cases and Legal Summaries In Canada
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CHANGE OF CIRCUMSTANCES AS GROUNDS TO MODIFY CUSTODY (Updated Edition)
Courts have the power to modify child custody arrangements to meet the needs of the child and to respond to changes in the parents’ lives. A parent seeking to change custody through the court usually must show that the conditions have changed substantially since the last custody order. This report discusses in detail everything that you need to know about seeking to modify a custody order because of a “change in circumstances.” [CLICK TO READ MORE]

EVERYTHING WOMEN SHOULD KNOW BEFORE TESTIFYING IN CUSTODY COURT (Updated Edition)
TIPS AND STRATEGIES DESIGNED TO “Give You the Edge” WHEN TESTIFYING IN FAMILY COURT. This publication will also help your children and your other witnesses be more effective when testifying. (Using this information may very well prove to be the difference between a happy and an unhappy conclusion to your case.)
INCLUDES A SPECIAL CHAPTER FOR “WOMEN ONLY” (See Chapter 9) [CLICK TO READ MORE]

EVERYTHING MEN SHOULD KNOW BEFORE TESTIFYING IN CUSTODY COURT (Updated Edition)
TIPS AND STRATEGIES DESIGNED TO “Give You the Edge” WHEN TESTIFYING IN FAMILY COURT. This publication will also help your children and your other witnesses be more effective when testifying. (Using this information may very well prove to be the difference between a happy and an unhappy conclusion to your case.)
INCLUDES A SPECIAL CHAPTER FOR “MEN ONLY” (See Chapter 9) [CLICK TO READ MORE]

Get recommendations for the right lawyer. (From your family lawyer, friends, bar association, etc.)

Make a list of the other person’s weaknesses. The other person is usually your spouse or former spouse, but may be grandparents, foster parents, siblings, or even the State.

Make a list of the other person’s strengths. This is really important, it is too easy to concentrate on the other person’s weaknesses and what they do wrong–here we want you to list what they do right.

Make a list of your strengths.

Make a list of your weaknesses. Be honest. Only you and your lawyer will see the list.

List the strengths in your present position from the view of the judge: job, economics, help from parents, etc.

List the strengths of the other person in his or her present position.

Decide if you should be the first to initiate the suit.

Decide if you should try to settle-the case.

Write out a Draft Custody Plan. List everything that you want as if you will be able to get everything that you want?you won’t get everything but making this list is a good start.

Make a list of the negotiable points in your Draft Custody Plan:

Decide if you should start negotiating with the other person.

Make a list of your bargaining chips.

Decide if you should work out a temporary custody plan with the other person.

Find out what criteria your family court looks at when awarding custody.

Find out if your judge has specific prejudices. (Blond hair, women or men, successful women, athletic looking men, etc.)

Find out if the other person is using alienating strategies.

If the other person is using alienating strategies, put into effect a plan to counteract these strategies.

Decide if the other person may make false allegations in court. What would they be?

Decide how to refute any false allegations.

Make a list of witnesses that you have to refute potential allegations.

Write down, for each witness, how they should dress and act in court.

Decide how you should act in court.

Choose the clothes you will wear in court.

Decide if this is the right time to start dating.

Decide if this is the right time to move in with your new significant other.

Make a list of the marital assets.

Include in the list when each asset came into the marriage.

Include how each asset came into the marriage.

Calculate how much insurance is in-force that would go to you and your child.

Calculate how much insurance you and your child actually need.

Write down the education plans for your child and yourself

Make a list of your future potential earnings.

Think about what could happen to increase or decrease your future earnings potential.

Make a list of the other person’s estimated future income.

Write down any special earnings potential of the other person.

Decide if your child is being bribed.

If yes, decide on a course of action to counteract these bribes.

Make a list by subject of the important things you have not told your lawyer. You don’t want any surprises in court. List arrests, bankruptcy, affairs, fights–everything!

Consider if there is a sickness or disability to be considered.

Make a list of any of the ways that you can help control legal costs.

Decide what to do if the other person wants to relocate.

Decide if you may want to relocate, now or later.

Decide if you need a Custody Evaluation to help your case.

Hire the right evaluator? Get recommendations from your lawyer, friends, etc.

Decide if the other person is trying to “get your goat.”

Consider how it would help the other person if you did get angry.

We wish you well,

Dr. Barry Bricklin and Dr. Gail Elliot

DR. GAIL ELLIOT

~~ Dr. Elliot is Head, Child Development and Family Processes Research, Bricklin Associates, the Vice Chair of the Professional Academy of Custody Evaluators and a psychologist in private practice. She has served as a consultant to public and private schools and coordinated multidisciplinary treatment plans. She was responsible for devising for Bricklin Associates an information-processing oriented educational therapy technique and a comprehensive college entrance service for children with serious motivational problems and low self-esteem problems.
~~Dr. Elliot authored a chapter on post-divorce research for The Custody Evaluation Handbook (Brunner/Mazel) and co-authored Parent Perception of Child Profile (PPCP), a widely used custody evaluation instrument. She was responsible for much of the research behind the Bricklin custody instruments, and is co-author with Dr. Bricklin of ACCESS (A Comprehensive Custody Evaluation Standard System) a start-to-finish procedure for conducting a comprehensive custody evaluation. In late 1997 Dr. Elliot co-authored, with Dr. Bricklin, The Bricklin/Elliot Child Custody Evaluation Home-Vist Booklet and authored Assessment of Parenting Skills: Infant and Preschooler (APSIP)

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