"Custody for Fathers"
"A Practical Guide through
the Combat Zone
of a Brutal Custody Battle"
by Carleen and Michael Brennan
Announcing a powerful new book - CUSTODY
FOR FATHERS - The first book ever
written teaching fathers "how to" win custody of
their children. Now, fathers for the first time, have a reference
source to assist them in unraveling
the mystery of the legal system and a source for discovering secret
strategies and techniques that have proven successful for those
fathers who have won custody. From stifling emotional issues
to unfair courtroom bias, this book gives a wealth of information
along with clear and practical guidance.
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The father in methodically moved through the
courthouse, mediation, the judge, testimony, and mom's dirty tricks
to familiarize him with the elements of a custody trial. Each stop
along the way the authors give directions on what to do and not
to do, on how to act and not to act. Embattled fathers are taught
how to conduct themselves in the judicial arena through the art
of WORDS, ACTIONS, and BODY LANGUAGE. Examples include always,
always say 'our' children, not 'my' children and begin each complaint
against mom with the word 'I,' 'I am concerned about... I worry
that 'our' children...
CUSTODY FOR FATHERS addresses
over a hundred topics in 273 pages of easy reading. The book's
purpose is to enable
fathers to challenge and hopefully overcome the mom bias in family
All family law court judges want to get stipulated
agreements on custody and visitation because cooperating parents
make for happier children. Too many fathers enter the family and
conciliation court system with no knowledge of the proceedings
and without a resource book. Now you can give fathers a learning
which will afford them a better opportunity to participate intelligently
in the pre-court negotiations.
CUSTODY FOR FATHERS is
a book written by Carleen and Michael Brennan, a father's rights
attorney for over 20 years. This book offers positive approaches
for fathers caught up in a brutal custody battle.