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on a Disc CD
This is a
containing over 100 sample fill in the blanks pleadings and documents that have actually won contested divorce, visitation, custody , child support, interstate
child support, and false allegations of domestic/child violence issues. Mergible files are included so that you can input data into
quick data input one time and print out many different pleadings with headings,
names ,dates etc automatically placed in the documents. This in effect a law
practice on a disc and can replace the services of a legal assistant!
Nationally known attorney Ronald L. Isaacs uses the exact documents that are on this disc in
his successful practice.Included are unique documents and pleadings containing
fathers rights arguments available nowhere else. Some of the documents Included
Petitions alleging false
claims of domestic/child abuse and visitation interference. Petitions for a
complex or a simple divorce,
Pleadings used to thwart
interstate enforcement of child support orders from states not giving full due
process rights and process documents
Motions to continue, to
dismiss, to dismiss ex-parte domestic violence orders, for mental exam of spouse
or children, for appointment of child's attorney and many other motions used in
the normal practice of law.
Motions to disqualify a judge
or opposing attorney
Motions for sanctions for
contempt of court for not following Court visitation orders.
Entry of appearance, Notices,
Subpoenas, deposition notices, discovery requests, financial affidavits,
Orders, pre marriage
agreements, settlement agreements and many other documents and pleadings.
These 100 + documents allow you to easily use the tactics described in the Fathers Rights books offered with simple
editing. These are documents that have ACTUALLY BEEN USED IN COURT TO WIN CASES.
With this CD , you will have pleading drafting capabilities second to no other lawyer practicing fathers rights or person representing themselves pro se.
Use of this product does not establish
any attorney- client relationship.
All pleadings should be reviewed by your local counsel .