Lesson #11 – For Victims of Parental Alienation

Writing a Motion with an Affidavit FOUNDER’S NOTE: My strategy changed a little since Lessons 9-10. I decided to combine the motion and affidavit, and renamed my document, “VERIFIED MOTION AND AFFIDAVIT TO MODIFY PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES.” I also decided to include a very comprehensive EXHIBIT BOOK, which contains 280-pages of documentary evidence, since this is Read more about Lesson #11 – For Victims of Parental Alienation[…]

Lesson #10 – For Victims of Parental Alienation

Writing a Motion to Modify Custody A motion is simply a written or oral request for a court order or ruling. We use one to “move” the court to dispense justice in our favor. If you are a victim of parental alienation, there should be relief available to you: in your family law case, which Read more about Lesson #10 – For Victims of Parental Alienation[…]

Lesson #9 – For Victims of Parental Alienation

Getting Ready to Deal with Parental Alienation in Your Family Law Case FOUNDER’S NOTE: As I write the lessons in this series, I will be drafting my motion to modify custody in my family law case in Colorado, and in the next series I will be writing my lawsuit against my ex-wife for damages caused Read more about Lesson #9 – For Victims of Parental Alienation[…]

Lesson #5 – For all Members

Writing a Complaint – Jurisdiction & Venue In the last lesson, we created the ‘PARTIES’ section, and now we will create the “JURISDICTION AND VENUE” section of a complaint. We’re getting closer and closer to filing suit! But first, a note on numbering sections and pages. I’m not sure if any jurisdiction requires Roman numerals, Read more about Lesson #5 – For all Members[…]