Non Custodial Parents and Child Custody

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Good parents, who do not have custody of their children, should not have to settle for 'Minimum Visitation'. Often custodial parents make visitation difficult or impossible for the non-custodial parent. Documenting 'Interference with Visitation' is solid grounds for reversal of custody.

Often the court awards custody on false information. A non-custodial parent can go back to court with documented evidence that proves a 'Change of Circumstance', from the situation that the court thought was in place at the time of the original decree. A Change of Circumstances is often grounds for reversal of custody.

Win Your Child Custody War works! Its everything you need to be aware, up to date and informed about current attitudes in the custody arena. It insulates you from being overwhelmed with issues that have nothing to do with your case. A whole new perspective to anticipate and overcome normal challenges and unexpected ambushes. Effective day-to-day steps to make sure you win custody.


  • Reduce the Pain for Your Child(ren)
  • Eliminate 75% of the Conflict Immediately
  • Manage the Skeletons in Your Closet
  • Hire the Right Lawyer, Detective, Expert
  • Handle a Bad Attorney, Judge, Psychologist
  • Separate Information from Misinformation
  • Know Which People Cause Damage
  • Handle Witnesses Yours and Theirs
  • Survive Court Delays
  • Use their Lies to Strengthen Your Case
  • Work with Mediators and Evaluators


  • Child's Bill of Rights
  • Parent's Bill of Rights
  • False Accusations of Child Abuse
  • Grandparent Custody of Children
  • Parental Abduction
  • Parental Alienation Syndrome
  • Status Quo
  • Supervised Visitation
  • Child Support
  • Denial of Visitation

Win Your Child Custody War is Special Result Oriented Information

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