A Parental Rights Bill in Texas HB 2756

HB 2756 annotated preview

Texas has an opportunity to become the first state to pass a law that is closer than any other state law to truly integrating constitutional parental rights protections language into their Family Code. On Wednesday the JJFI committee will be hearing public comment on a parental rights protection bill, HB 2756. This bill is great…

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NFLPC Educational Workshop in Iowa

We have a groundbreaking workshop this month, on April 26, 2019, that will be taught in Iowa at the East Side Library in Des Moines hosted by FUAN. All attendees will receive two workbooks, a copy of Dr. Roseman’s new “Preserving Family Ties” workbook companion and NFLPC’s Iowa workbook. Click here to reserve your spot…

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Texas is leading the states with protection of parental rights proposed bills for 2019!

Texas legislators are listening and responding to parents complaints that their children have been harmed by violations of their parental rights where the courts have been using statutes the legislators passed to violate fundamental rights of children and their parents unconstitutionally. To correct this problem several proposed bills have been introduced by Senator Hughes and…

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Texas Judge Says Texas Family Code’s Default is Equal Custody

Does the Texas Family Code Already Call for Equal Custody? Did you know that the Texas legislature intended the family code to be equal custody for fit parents? It is true that the code does not require a judge to order equal custody if it is not in the best interest of the child, but…

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How do You Get Equal Custody in Texas?

Justice Puryear says the Standard of Proof and the Standard of Evidence for SAPCR between fit parents is too Low in the Texas Family Code. The Policy Center found that as far back as 2005, an appellate court judge said that the Texas Family Code’s preponderance of the evidence standard was too low and should…

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