Parental Alienation, the Courts, and Emotional Distress

What is Parental Alienation? The intentional alienation of a child’s affections with his or her parent without cause. The tactics used after methodical and calculated acts of child abuse which can result in severe consequences. The alienated child an targeted patterns can suffer irrepairable harm.  Even if the child and the targeted parent once had […]

Big news!! Trump signs executive order strengthening the CHILD welfare system

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, President Trump acted to strengthen America’s child welfare system by signing a historic Executive Order (EO) aimed at improving outcomes for children and families. This EO focuses on three key areas of action: improving partnerships, improving resources, and improving oversight. “President Trump’s executive order demonstrates how his administration has prioritized placing […]

Ferris wheels

This is for my Daddy, who left me ten years ago today. RIP Daddy, I love you and need you more now than ever. You were a saint. ‘I see nothing in space as promising as the view from a Ferris wheel.’ EB White “I am homesick!”, I said.. to the Big Guy above. “Take me back […]

Coronavirus and the U. S., Vaccinations and Foster Care

China is the epicenter, The second largest economy has essentially been shut down due to the Covid-19 virus. it’s not the first time. In 2003 they were hit with another Sars outbreak. What’s different today? Thanks to outsourcing, many U. S. companies who set up shop in China have now been shuttered due to the […]

Appellate record shows Dallas County family law judge has long history of reversals

Thank you David Yates for this piece, click here to view original article. DALLAS – For nearly a decade, Judge Andrea Plumlee has presided over the 330th Judicial District Court in Dallas County. And in that time, the family court judge has racked up quite a few reversals at the appellate level, with justices frequently […]

California Governor Has Given Children in Foster Care the Right to have internet Access- and More

California’s Governor Newsom signed over 1000 bills this week  including one bill regarding the rights of children in foster care . Of the many rights afforded to foster children, they shall now include the right to have internet access. He also changed the minimum age that a child can choose to be involved in their […]