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How to Win Custody of Your Kids Course

I want to share with you how I won custody of my daughter and how I believe following these procedures could greatly help you in your custody case.

For years now it has been my passion to meet with parents on court strategies to help them win custody. While I still love meeting with parents, there is only so many people I can meet with one-on-one. And this is why I am developing this course I am so excited to tell you about today.

Why Me in the How to Win Custody of Your Kids Course

When my daughter turned four, I became the primary custodian and have had primary custody ever since. In 2009, I organized the elements that caused me to win custody and hit the road offering live training events in Dallas, Austin, San Antonio and Houston. At which time, I got to meet parents face-to-face who were struggling through their own custody cases. I offered non-legal advice and training on how to pick an attorney, organize your case, and adjusting your life for winning custody.

I have come to realize that I have the ability and knowledge to help others and am currently in the process of putting together a course that works well for the parent. Here is an outline overview of the videos and online presentations:

How to Win Custody of Your Kids Course

Module 1 – How to Win Custody of Your Kids

1) Introduction and What the Course Covers
2) Let’s Discuss Custody.
3) Court Filings and Procedures 101.
4) Your Advocate, Your Attorney.

Module 2 – Life Changes for Custody

1) Time Changes with Your Kids.
2) Your Educational Parental Involvement.
3) Home Life Changes You Need to Make.
4) Your New Personal Life 2.0.
5) A Post Relationship Look at Your Health.

Module 3 – Organized Exhibits for Custody

1) Letters and Correspondence for Court.
2) Calendar Tracking for Court.
3) Flip Charts and Recordings for Court.
4) Photo Albums, the Secret Weapon for Court.

Module 4 – Your Court Proceedings

1) Court Witnesses Needed for Trial.
2) Organizing a Well Run Custody Case.
3) Pre-Final Run Through.
4) Your Custody Days in Court.
5) Life After Final Orders.

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Want to know more? Sign up using the form below and keep you updated on my progress. The plan is to release this course on June 8th, 2015. I look forward helping you in your winning custody kit course!

Fred Campos

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Fred Campos, Top Geek, blogs about everything from House of Cards to Subway. In addition to blogging, he is a public speaker and humorist in child custody, social media, web development and parenting. He is married to one @SuperParentMom, and raising three world changers. For more details on his custody course visit, www.DaddyGotCustody.com/course. Like this post? Make sure you subscribe to this blog.

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  • Gary Mathews April 28, 2015, 10:14 am

    You might be on to something here.

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    • Fred Campos / @FullCustodyDad April 28, 2015, 10:33 am

      Gary,

      I am working very hard to get this off the ground. I think I have something significance here. I’ve been reading your blog too. Hang in there, keep your chin up. I’ll let you know as I get close, so don’t forget to sign up!

      Reply
  • Belinda Perez April 15, 2016, 5:32 am

    My husband and I are currently seeking custody of our 11 year old daughter. The main issues is that her mother is not taking her to school on a regular basis. She has missed almost a year of school since she began. She is now in 5th grade going to 6th. Last year she was going to be helped back if she didn’t attend summer school to make it up. There other issues as well. She’s had a face book and Twitter account since she was 6. This worries us. Any advice helps. (Dallas County)

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    • FullCustodyDad April 15, 2016, 1:13 pm

      There are very few issues that judges care about when it comes to changing custody (most are petty). However, not bringing a child to school happens to be one of them. I documented with big 4×6′ calendars and after my Ex fail to bring my daughter to school the 26th time, the court finally got rid of her school overnights. Document, document, document and perhaps pull a copy of the school records and the school’s attendance policy.

      3rd party documentation, makes all the difference!

      Reply