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Family Law Issues (7)

Saturday, 07 December 2013 09:03

Another failing gap within child welfare system

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About the Author: Robert K. Pikula is the author, editor, and publisher of the book, “Our Children Come First”. The book is a personal memoir of his life’s experiences in and out of divorce court. He has been a single parent for more than 22 years. He has raised his daughter since she was 5 months old with full, sole, legal custody. He has been in and out of the court system 10 times to keep his daughter safe.  He also took the responsibility to guide the mother’s second ex-husband to receive custody of his child. (Same mother for both children) The last 3 times in court was for that other child.

Rob has gone through classes and served as a court appointed special advocate, helping other children have peace of mind. Aiding the courts of who is best qualified and safest to having the children. He has created the web site www.ourchildrencomefirst.com and continues to write blogs for the site. He has done extensive research with other divorce and self-help groups. With his compassion he has guided friends and strangers going through the battle in divorce court how to navigate their cases.

Rob has also been an artist for over 30 years and he has created the web site www.alp-art-studio.com. Some of his work was in Modern Painters magazine from New York and Aesthetica magazine from the U.K. He has been on the V.I.T.A arts business networking group organizing events in Porter county area. Rob for 3 years was on the board of the Chesterton Art Center committee organizing events and worked with the Art After Dark Gala where he involved his creative talents in advertising and marketing.
About the Author: Robert K. Pikula is the author, editor, and publisher of the book, “Our Children Come First”. The book is a personal memoir of his life’s experiences in and out of divorce court. He has been a single parent for more than 22 years. He has raised his daughter since she was 5 months old with full, sole, legal custody. He has been in and out of the court system 10 times to keep his daughter safe.  He also took the responsibility to guide the mother’s second ex-husband to receive custody of his child. (Same mother for both children) The last 3 times in court was for that other child.

Rob has gone through classes and served as a court appointed special advocate, helping other children have peace of mind. Aiding the courts of who is best qualified and safest to having the children. He has created the web site www.ourchildrencomefirst.com and continues to write blogs for the site. He has done extensive research with other divorce and self-help groups. With his compassion he has guided friends and strangers going through the battle in divorce court how to navigate their cases.

Rob has also been an artist for over 30 years and he has created the web site www.alp-art-studio.com. Some of his work was in Modern Painters magazine from New York and Aesthetica magazine from the U.K. He has been on the V.I.T.A arts business networking group organizing events in Porter county area. Rob for 3 years was on the board of the Chesterton Art Center committee organizing events and worked with the Art After Dark Gala where he involved his creative talents in advertising and marketing.
Sunday, 29 September 2013 08:14

“Are Families Losing the Battle With CPS?”

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About the Author: Robert K. Pikula is the author, editor, and publisher of the book, “Our Children Come First”. The book is a personal memoir of his life’s experiences in and out of divorce court. He has been a single parent for more than 22 years. He has raised his daughter since she was 5 months old with full, sole, legal custody. He has been in and out of the court system 10 times to keep his daughter safe.  He also took the responsibility to guide the mother’s second ex-husband to receive custody of his child. (Same mother for both children) The last 3 times in court was for that other child.

Rob has gone through classes and served as a court appointed special advocate, helping other children have peace of mind. Aiding the courts of who is best qualified and safest to having the children. He has created the web site www.ourchildrencomefirst.com and continues to write blogs for the site. He has done extensive research with other divorce and self-help groups. With his compassion he has guided friends and strangers going through the battle in divorce court how to navigate their cases.

Rob has also been an artist for over 30 years and he has created the web site www.alp-art-studio.com. Some of his work was in Modern Painters magazine from New York and Aesthetica magazine from the U.K. He has been on the V.I.T.A arts business networking group organizing events in Porter county area. Rob for 3 years was on the board of the Chesterton Art Center committee organizing events and worked with the Art After Dark Gala where he involved his creative talents in advertising and marketing.

Thursday, 05 September 2013 11:34

Undermining the American Family

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About the Author: Dianna is a nationally recognized expert on families, stepfamilies, and divorce related issues. Dianna is an authority on domestic policy as it pertains to men, women and children. A long time political analyst, lobbyist, and spokesperson, Dianna has testified all over the country on legislation that affects families and served as the Chairman of the Family Law Reform Committee in Los Angeles, CA. 
 
Dianna has made numerous local and national television appearances, including the Today Show, The John Walsh Show, CNN, CNN Financial Network, Fox News Live, Montel Williams, MSNBC, and more. She's made hundreds of radio appearances, including NPR, Radio America, Talk America, ABC Radio, CBS Radio, BBC, the Jim Bohannon Show, the Dennis Prager Show, the Mike Gallagher Show, the John & Ken Show, the Bill Handel Show, the Jason Lewis Show, Tom Leykis Show, and more. 
 
Dianna has written columns for or been quoted in hundreds of major newspapers and magazines, including Time Magazine, Redbook, the ABA Journal, Playboy, Smart Money, Black Enterprise, Insight magazine, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Newsday, Orange County Register, Detroit News, Washington Times, Boston Globe, Philadelphia Inquirer, Washington Post, Newark Star Ledger, Miami Herald, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, Arkansas Democrat Gazette, Sacramento Bee, Tulsa World, Houston Chronicle, San Diego Union Tribune, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, New York Sun Times, Chicago Sun Times, Cincinnati Post, Seattle Times, and the Associated Press. 
 
Dianna is the former editor of Fathers & Families magazine and former Radio Show Host of a weekly radio show broadcasted in 40 markets on Radio America out of Washington DC. Dianna authored the social policy article "Child Support and Second Families" in the book "Choices in Relationships: An Introduction to Marriage and the Family" published by Wadsworth Publishing Company.  Visit her Facebook page - click here 
  
Article originally appeared in Human Events - Jan. 27, 2002
 
Glenn Sacks, MA is a columnist and media commentator who focuses primarily on gender issues and family law.  His website http://www.glennsacks.com
About the Author: Dianna is a nationally recognized expert on families, stepfamilies, and divorce related issues. Dianna is an authority on domestic policy as it pertains to men, women and children. A long time political analyst, lobbyist, and spokesperson, Dianna has testified all over the country on legislation that affects families and served as the Chairman of the Family Law Reform Committee in Los Angeles, CA. 
 
Dianna has made numerous local and national television appearances, including the Today Show, The John Walsh Show, CNN, CNN Financial Network, Fox News Live, Montel Williams, MSNBC, and more. She's made hundreds of radio appearances, including NPR, Radio America, Talk America, ABC Radio, CBS Radio, BBC, the Jim Bohannon Show, the Dennis Prager Show, the Mike Gallagher Show, the John & Ken Show, the Bill Handel Show, the Jason Lewis Show, Tom Leykis Show, and more. 
 
Dianna has written columns for or been quoted in hundreds of major newspapers and magazines, including Time Magazine, Redbook, the ABA Journal, Playboy, Smart Money, Black Enterprise, Insight magazine, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Newsday, Orange County Register, Detroit News, Washington Times, Boston Globe, Philadelphia Inquirer, Washington Post, Newark Star Ledger, Miami Herald, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, Arkansas Democrat Gazette, Sacramento Bee, Tulsa World, Houston Chronicle, San Diego Union Tribune, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, New York Sun Times, Chicago Sun Times, Cincinnati Post, Seattle Times, and the Associated Press. 
 
Dianna is the former editor of Fathers & Families magazine and former Radio Show Host of a weekly radio show broadcasted in 40 markets on Radio America out of Washington DC. Dianna authored the social policy article "Child Support and Second Families" in the book "Choices in Relationships: An Introduction to Marriage and the Family" published by Wadsworth Publishing Company.  Visit her Facebook page - click here 
  
Article originally appeared in the Lansing State Journal - Sep. 26, 2002
 
Glenn Sacks, MA is a columnist and media commentator who focuses primarily on gender issues and family law.  His website http://www.glennsacks.com
About the Author: Dianna is a nationally recognized expert on families, stepfamilies, and divorce related issues. Dianna is an authority on domestic policy as it pertains to men, women and children. A long time political analyst, lobbyist, and spokesperson, Dianna has testified all over the country on legislation that affects families and served as the Chairman of the Family Law Reform Committee in Los Angeles, CA. 
 
Dianna has made numerous local and national television appearances, including the Today Show, The John Walsh Show, CNN, CNN Financial Network, Fox News Live, Montel Williams, MSNBC, and more. She's made hundreds of radio appearances, including NPR, Radio America, Talk America, ABC Radio, CBS Radio, BBC, the Jim Bohannon Show, the Dennis Prager Show, the Mike Gallagher Show, the John & Ken Show, the Bill Handel Show, the Jason Lewis Show, Tom Leykis Show, and more. 
 
Dianna has written columns for or been quoted in hundreds of major newspapers and magazines, including Time Magazine, Redbook, the ABA Journal, Playboy, Smart Money, Black Enterprise, Insight magazine, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Newsday, Orange County Register, Detroit News, Washington Times, Boston Globe, Philadelphia Inquirer, Washington Post, Newark Star Ledger, Miami Herald, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, Arkansas Democrat Gazette, Sacramento Bee, Tulsa World, Houston Chronicle, San Diego Union Tribune, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, New York Sun Times, Chicago Sun Times, Cincinnati Post, Seattle Times, and the Associated Press. 
 
Dianna is the former editor of Fathers & Families magazine and former Radio Show Host of a weekly radio show broadcasted in 40 markets on Radio America out of Washington DC. Dianna authored the social policy article "Child Support and Second Families" in the book "Choices in Relationships: An Introduction to Marriage and the Family" published by Wadsworth Publishing Company.  Visit her Facebook page - click here 
 
Article originally appeared in the Insight Magazine August 19, 2002
 
Glenn Sacks, MA is a columnist and media commentator who focuses primarily on gender issues and family law.  His website http://www.glennsacks.com
About the Author:  Robert Franklin is a licensed attorney in Texas.  He’s a journalist who has published essays and op-eds in a wide variety of online and print media including the Toledo Blade, Houston Chronicle, Seattle Times and World Net Daily. He is the Former Executive Editor, of the Houston Law Review where his legal writing has appeared.  He is a ‘featured columnist’ and a member of the Board of Directors of Fathers and Families, a national non-profit organization. Robert has published poetry in several journals including the Concho River Review and an anthology of Texas poets.

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