Tag: Fred Campos’ Story

DGC 001 – 04/14/2018 Who is Full Custody Dad?

Fred Campos, @FullCustodyDad on Twitter, kicks off his weekly podcast by explaining his 20-year experience in dealing with the court system, how he gained full custody of his then 4-year-old daughter, and maintained custody until she went to college.

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My Meticulous, Mammoth, & Methodical Sweet 2016 Resolutions

One of my favorite days of the year is New Year’s Day. For me, I give myself some grace for not accomplishing all my goals from the previous year, then reset. Nowadays, I do make significant progress on my yearly goals. Take a look at my 2015 Goals. It wasn’t perfect, but I would not have accomplished as much as I would have, had I not set ANY goals.

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How to Prepare for a Court Appointed Social Study

Previously I gave you ten recommendations to Be Prepared for Your Child Custody Evaluation, or social study as they are called in Texas. Today I want to go much deeper and look as very specific tasks to consider for a court appointed social study. Type Out the Paperwork Fully & Completely.

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How to Build the 4th Grade Alamo Project

When I was a kid, the only resources available for school projects were the World Book Encyclopedias. Today encyclopedias are now Google searches. For my daughter’s 4th grade Alamo project, we got ideas off the Internet. So for all you parent surfers out there who need ideas and help for your child’s 4th grade Alamo project, here are the steps Caitlyn took in her assignment.

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Who Needs Camping to Bond? Marshmallows in a Fireplace

As a parent, there is that special moment in your kids’ life when you are out sleeping under the stars. Maybe in a tent, your family put together. Around a fire that you built. Roasting those gooey marshmallows on a stick you found hiking in the woods. Camping provides a bonding experiencing that only nature in all her cricket…

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How to Plan the Ultimate Sweet 16 Party

This year I ran across an easier idea that ranked 97-99% on the 16th birthday party poll. (Yes, I actually polled my daughter’s friends–I am that geeky!) The concept was a citywide scavenger hunt. Basically you invite a bunch of your kid’s friends over, give them a bunch of clues and a time limit, then have them take pictures of the answers for prices.

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Be the Better Parent – My Custody Story!

My main reason for doing so was that I had determined that I would probably be the better parent. Looking back on the fifteen year history today, I obviously and unquestionably the better parent. I believe that the primary custodian should be the better parent, and I believe that there is no predetermined law that that must be the mother.

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Can You Save Your Marriage from Divorce?

Whether you’re a Fred, Charles, Wes, a parent, or a friend of someone who finds themselves involved in a child custody suit you are not alone. More than 50% of American marriages will end in divorce—most of them with kids. The first thing to do, …

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