Keith "K. L." Belvin

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Sunday, September 28, 2014

Support and advice for Fathers with Family Court.


I help folks in many areas,, one that I love which many people don't know is helping men understand how to handle themselves in Family Court. Often the problem is "attitude, lack of knowledge, and poor insight with their own situation. As part of the brand I am building, I am going to increase my work in this area. The children hurt by this battle is my focus. I have worked as a Life Coach dealing with men and the courts, sat with magistrate from NYC Support Enforcement to gain clarity, and I personally gone to family court 6 times and have had no problems in or out because of preparation, understanding, and focus. This advice is by no means to support the fathers who are rude and disrespectful in any way. But to help those fathers who feel there is no answers or support for them out there. Plus I feel fathers are the key to fixing many of the problems in our homes across the country. 
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***Family Court Tip for the Brothers.*** 
Fellas, remember family court is where you finalize certain matters with your children and their mothers. Stop looking at it with fear and doubt. When possible humble yourself and attempt to work with the mother of your child/ren. If there is no way positive cordial gains can be made then deal with things in court. Remember, do not argue or make threats, it gains nothing and makes it worse for you. Even if she has said things which you know are off the wall. You still have to control your actions and words. 

If you were negative and foul don't act like you never did anything wrong. Own your history and look forward to a positive outcome. Don't stress money because that is going to play a role in the outcome. The judge or magistrate doesn't know you and if has landed in their court they have to deal with the case. They are not picking on you. They are dealing with the issues. If the water is just to muddy to work on anything together, close your mouth and simply prepare you paperwork. 

Be ready to ask any questions you may have so you can ask them calmly in court. However, the more you can work on together the less the courts are going to be needed. Remember the focus is your child/ren and for that reason a positive attempt is warranted. This may not be easy but you don't have to add to the it bring rough. Look for and want a positive outcome for the sake of the child. 


"Repairing the family is the way to repair our communities." K. L. Belvin

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