Fred Campos, @FullCustodyDad, discusses three elements to prepare ahead of time for your final court appears. Preparing for the Custody Evaluations, How to Prepare Evidence, and finally How to Prepare and Use Depositions in Court.
As a parent, knowing what kind of hobbies and activities to involve your young children in, is bound to be a major preoccupation of yours.
After all, there’s ample evidence to suggest that the kind of activities children engage in on a regular basis, have a powerful effect in shaping the kind of people they will later become, whether by instilling productive values at a young age or laying the foundations for positive habit pathways.
As far as family holiday destinations are concerned, Florida is easily one of the most attractive out there. The Golden State attracts millions of American visitors and an even greater number of international guests for fun in the sun each year. With miles of beaches and plenty of family attractions along the east coast, it’s hardly any wonder.
When your little ones are so young, you always seem to want the next milestone to come along. The one where they will start talking, the one where they start walking, running playing, communicating. But then as the age approaches for them to start their educational journey you all of a sudden wonder why you rushed it all.
Fred Campos, discusses the importance of your final court hearing. Can you win custody after the final? What is the typical flow of a judge or jury trial? Is it like television courtroom drama? Finally, he shares how to prepare for your final court hearing. What to do three months in advance, a week in advance and the day before. Life comes down to a few moments, your final day in court is one of them!
Fred Campos, @FullCustodyDad on Twitter, discusses and provides tips on dating after a divorce, thoughts, and considerations in regards to remarrying, what it takes to be a good step-parent, and the role and selection of new friends. Don’t repeat the pattern, take your relationships to a new level. Move up the food chain!
Fred Campos, @FullCustodyDad on Twitter, continues his weekly podcast with his fourth installment that discusses custody is usually won by being the most prepared parent (for court) and being the best parent. He describes five elements judges look for in the best parent and seven tasks of a prepared parent for court.
Have you noticed how people have become incredibly used to a sedentary lifestyle? In fact, for a lot of adults, the main activity their get throughout the day is when they make a cup of coffee. Unfortunately, staying active is key to your health. While it might be tricky to find the time for your weekly work out when you have long days in the office, it’s fair to say that it’s a different kettle of fish for your child.
Hobbies are fantastic sources of inspiration for kids at the best of times. And, a sports hobby can get them out and about on a regular basis bring health benefits to the table, too. Hence why you’ll want to do everything possible to facilitate their passion. When they announce their desire to join the football team, you may even have visions of yourself on the sidelines each week.
Custody battles aren’t easy. Something so fraught with emotions and crucial decisions could never be a walk in the park. As well as fighting to keep your kids, you’ll go against the person you loved. It’s no surprise, then, that many custody battles get fierce fast.