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The Feminist View Of Domestic Violence vs Scientific Studies

  The Feminist View Of Domestic Violence vs Scientific Studies.   Advertisements

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Student’s lawsuit against parents for support loses first round in NJ court

New Jersey Supreme Court Judge Bogaard isn’t buying a teenagers claims of abuse by her parents as he upheld the role of the parents at last weeks court proceedings in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey How did we get to this point in society where children sue their own parents because they see rules and curfews as […]

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Corrupt NJ – Family Court and Parental Rights

Parental Rights violations are on the rise in New Jersey Your right to parent your own child is at risk Our country is suffering from a corrupt and broken Family Court system.  The incompetence and corruption within Somerset County, New Jersey Family Court starts at the bench and carries over into  unethical case mismanagement by Family Division law clerks and staff.   […]

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Parental Alienation Case Law

Parental Alienation Case Law Dr Richard Warshak provides a compilation of recent and significant parental alienation case law. This is a good reference for everyone…parents, attorneys, judges, and mental health professional.

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New Jersey Divorce Source: Domestic “Contretemps” are not Domestic Violence

E.D. v P.D.                                    New Jersey Divorce Source: Domestic “Contretemps” are not Domestic Violence.

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NJ: ‘Contretemps’ Not Harassment, Court Says

E. D. v  P.D. NJ: ‘Contretemps’ Not Harassment, Court Says » SAVE: Stop Abusive and Violent Environments.

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Repeated Text Messaging is Not Harassment Says Appeals Court

 Repeated Text Messaging is Not Harassment Says Appeals Court – Villani & DeLuca. E. D. v. P.D.

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What is judicial abuse of discretion?

What defines abuse of discretion? via Judicial abuse of discretion – bias, ignoring judicial canons.

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Judges and the Development of Parental Alienation Syndrome by David Heleniak

As defined in “False Domestic Violence Accusations Can Lead To Parental Alienation Syndrome,” “Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) is a pattern of thoughts and behavior that can develop in a child of separated parents where the custodial parent causes the child, through manipulation and access blocking, to unjustifiably fear and/or hate the other parent. PAS is more than […]

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N.J. court punishes judge for yelling at woman

N.J. court punishes judge for yelling at woman via N.J. court punishes judge for yelling at woman | NJ.com.

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Parental Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution

Parental Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution. Read about Joint House Resolution NN  and write your congressman for its support.  Parental Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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