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Parents Increasingly Turning to Federal
Courts for Civil Rights Protections
by Raemike April 21, 2013
Imagine you are in a divorce. You’ve been a dedicated parent and you aren’t a convicted felon or being accused of a crime. Now imagine walking into a local court for a procedural hearing and in a single decree your children are banned from seeing you, speaking to you or communicating in any way based solely on hearsay and allegation. Nothing’s been proven, no due process has occurred to prove anything yet a capricious judge has made a snap decision that changes the rest of your life and your children’s. What would you do?
Unfortunately this scenario is the real life experience of thousands of families across the country. An overzealous or biased Judge makes a snap decision that takes away the most important things in our lives. Whether or not you were the one seeking divorce there’s very little that parents who find themselves in this situation can do. Even when children are banned ‘temporarily’ from their parents, months can drag on to years between court dates and there’s no pause button in life. Milestones go by, alienation grows, bitterness increases and worst of all children experience immense pain and loss. Surprisingly most states have no provisions to intervene when children are banned from their parents yet this is one of the cruelest punishments that a court can levy.
While the US Constitution gives the powers of marriage, divorce and adoption to state civil courts, state civil courts simply ignore their obligations to support the civil rights protections of parents as held in the US Constitution. Parents who can’t afford attorneys can lose their children fighting spouses with access to legal assistance. Children who are the ones ‘protected’ have no say in bizarre custody decisions. Evidence standards are non-existent in family courts in the USA so children can be taken from parents purely on accusation. However, since many courts receive federal aid and recent Supreme Court cases like Turner vs. Rogers have reinforced the concept of due process in divorce many parents are turning to federal courts to seek restoration of their parental rights based on civil rights arguments.
Now go to Miriam Galindos page for the remaining part of this story...The Galindos hurt children...read the rest of this madness. Its a violation of your civil rights to have your parental rights removed unjustly
Outstanding! If you feel that you have entered a process of legal review and orders that simply do not hear the real issues and are frustrated with trying to make sense of the common sense process-The Galindo and Associates are the resource you need to get your case on track. This group is non-bias, honest and has every intention of making the process make sense and get results. I would highly recommend the coparenting services, 730 review orders-limited or extensive and know in your heart that if children are involved, they will be treated with care, compassion and their respect will be restored. I urge you to seek relief from these professionals if you are feeling frustrated or defeated by the need for a clear, fair and judicially sound review and support system.
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