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They're Your Kids Too: The Single Father’s Guide to Defending Your Fatherhood in a Broken Family Law System Paperback – October 7, 2011
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Anne P. Mitchell is a nationally recognized fathers’ rights attorney and spokesperson. One of the first fathers’ rights lawyers in the country, with more than 20 years experience in fathers’ rights, Anne has been invited to speak and consult about fathers’ rights issues with judges, state legislators, social workers, and family court workers. Her DadsRights.org website is one of the top fathers’ rights sites on the Internet, and more than 12,000 fathers have benefitted from the material and advice that is now available to the public in this book. Mitchell, a graduate of Stanford Law School, had been involved in fathers' rights even before going to law school, and upon being admitted to the bar opened a private fathers' rights law practice in which she represented fathers only, advocating for their relationship with their children. At the same time, she became an oft-invited guest on the speaking and lecture circuit, including being asked by California Governor Pete Wilson to speak at his "Focus on Father's" Summit, being invited to speak on fathers' rights at the "Beyond the Bench" judicial education conference, and even making a guest appearance on the Leeza show. No longer in private practice, Mitchell maintains the DadsRights.org and DearEsq.com legal websites, where the public can find resources and ask questions related to family law.
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This is still a good book with good advice that should be considered while you are navigating through these tough times. It just wasn't what I was expecting.
Another Way An Attorney Found To Rip You Off.
54 Pages Of Trivial Information and Another 102 Pages
Just Listing Attorney's addresses and phone numbers listed In Every State.
That You Can Hire - OOH Like, I Couldn't Look That Up Myself.
Then 12 blank pages for Lists Or Notes You Should Make Like,
Name, Phone, DL Number, And Plate Number Of People That Are Related To You
People That Drive Your Children.
People Your Children Know.
Teachers, ECT..........REALLY !!!! THIS IS WHAT I SPENT $16 ON?
WHAT A RIP OFF!!!