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The Custody Lawyer with Attorney Janet McCullar tune into “The Custody Lawyer Podcast” with your host, nationally acclaimed, divorce & custody attorney, Janet McCullar. You will certainly glean from Janet’s 26 years of experience as “The Custody Lawyer” with every show revealing hard facts on; Visitation, Alienation, Child Support and how to best help your kids as they transition into a new normal. Listen and find out how “we have a passion for families in crisis” has become our moniker, you’ll want to share, “The Custody Lawyer Podcast” with anyone you know going through this difficult time

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The Custody Lawyer with Attorney Janet McCullar tune into “The Custody Lawyer Podcast” with your host, nationally acclaimed, divorce & custody attorney, Janet McCullar. You will certainly glean from Janet’s 26 years of experience as “The Custody Lawyer” with every show revealing hard facts on; Visitation, Alienation, Child Support and how to best help your kids as they transition into a new normal. Listen and find out how “we have a passion for families in crisis” has become our moniker, you’ll want to share, “The Custody Lawyer Podcast” with anyone you know going through this difficult time

    Can You Modify Alimony or Child Support If You Are Unemployed?

    Can You Modify Alimony or Child Support If You Are Unemployed?

    With the recent pandemic, a lot of people are now asking the same questions about what to do if they’re unemployed for a long period of time. Like many others, you may be wondering how you modify your child support or alimony payments.

    • 1 min
    How to Prepare for Divorce and Custody During COVID-19

    How to Prepare for Divorce and Custody During COVID-19

    When you’re facing a divorce or custody battle, the last thing you probably want is to be stuck in the house with your soon-to-be-ex – or simply unable to proceed with your divorce as planned. And with lawyers in quarantine too, it might be even more difficult to get that legal ball rolling as quickly as you’d hoped.

    A lot of people who are affected by this virus or Stay in Place orders are concerned about going out and hiring a lawyer at this time. Many of them are waiting until things are more financially stable. Others are waiting until our country is more stable so we know and feel a bit more confident about what will happen. But what can you do in the meantime to keep moving forward through your family legal challenges?

    • 4 min
    How Do You Prove Parental Alienation?

    How Do You Prove Parental Alienation?

    Continuing in the series on parental alienation, today we're talking about, how do you prove parental alienation. The first thing that you'll see in parental alienation is there's an effort by the favored parent to limit contact between the unfavored parent, or the parent who's being alienated. That can be phone calls that are never returned, text messages that aren't answered, or the response is obviously not something that a child would respond with. Any effort to limit contact is one of the very first signs. The child's never available. There can be a court order that says that contact has to be at a certain time, and that's not happening, so that's one of the first things that you're going to see. 

    Another thing that you see in alienation cases is the parent who is favored will refuse to force the children to go and visit the non-favored parent.  What does that look like? In that situation, what we'll see is a parent who says something like, "I can't make my child get in the car, or I can't make my child visit, or the child doesn't want to see you, and I, I can't physically pick the child up and put them in the car." Anything where you can see a situation where if the child for example, were sick, and needed to go to the doctor, would that parent be able to make the child go to see the doctor? If the child said, "I don't want to go to school today," doesn't that parent have the ability to make the child go to school that day? Looking for those kind of scenarios where the parent is just not encouraging, and supporting a positive relationship between the parent and the child. Another thing that we sometimes see is enmeshment between the favored parent and the child, so the relationship is beyond close.

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    About The Custody Lawyer Podcast

    Tune into “The Custody Lawyer Podcast” with your host, nationally acclaimed, divorce and custody attorney, Janet McCullar. You will undoubtedly glean from Janet’s 26 years of experience as “The Custody Lawyer” with every show revealing hard facts on; Visitation, Alienation, Child Support and how to best help your kids as they transition into a new normal. Listen and find out how “we have a passion for families in crisis” has become our moniker, you’ll want to share, “The Custody Lawyer Podcast” with anyone you know going through this difficult journey. 

    About Janet McCullar

    Janet is a nationally respected trial attorney known for her skill and success in the courtroom. Janet has represented clients in hundreds of complex divorce and custody cases. Despite her skill as a litigator, Janet’s cases are routinely resolved amicably whenever possible to save the client the time, cost and pain involved in litigation. If litigation cannot be avoided, you need the services of a respected and skilled litigator.

    Janet is Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She was also selected to be a Fellow in the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, an organization of the nation’s top divorce attorneys.

    Janet is a frequent author and speaker on divorce and custody issues.

    Away from the office, Janet is a mother of three children. Janet has a passion for physical fitness, reading, the arts, traveling, and community service. In recent years, Janet has enjoyed learning to sail. 

    • 12 min
    Representing Yourself in Court Podcast #7 with The Custody Lawyer

    Representing Yourself in Court Podcast #7 with The Custody Lawyer

     When it comes to representing yourself in court there are things a parent must be aware of.


    In Podcast #7 Janet addresses these concerns.


    Be sure and share this episode with parents you know going through a divroce.


    Janet shares all things Child Custody, Emotional Detachment, Parential Alienation and Testifying in Court. Stay tuned for more informative episodes and follow The Custody Lawyer for more.


    Get even MORE great info, buy the book NOW! http://bit.ly/TheCustodyLawyer


    About The Custody Lawyer Podcast


    Tune into “The Custody Lawyer Podcast” with your host, nationally acclaimed, divorce and custody attorney, Janet McCullar. You will certainly glean from Janet’s 26 years of experience as “The Custody Lawyer” with every show revealing hard facts on; Visitation, Alienation, Child Support and how to besf help your kids as they transition into a new normal. Listen and find out how “we have a passion for families in crisis” has become our moniker, you’ll want to share, “The Custody Lawyer Podcast” with anyone you know going through this difficult journey.


    About Janet McCullar


    Janet is a nationally respected trial attorney known for her skill and success in the courtroom. Janet has represented clients in hundreds of complex divorce and custody cases. Despite her skill as a litigator, Janet’s cases are routinely resolved amicably whenever possible to save the client the time, cost and pain involved in litigation. If litigation cannot be avoided, you need the services of a respected and skilled litigator.


    Janet is Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She was also selected to be a Fellow in the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, an organization of the nation’s top divorce attorneys.


    Janet is a frequent author and speaker on divorce and custody issues.


    Away from the office, Janet is a mother of three children. Janet has a passion for physical fitness, reading, the arts, traveling and community service. In the recent years, Janet has enjoyed learning to sail. 

    • 5 min
    The Custody Lawyer Podcast #6 from New York City with Beyond Publishing CEO Michael D. Butler

    The Custody Lawyer Podcast #6 from New York City with Beyond Publishing CEO Michael D. Butler

    Janet McCullar pre launches The Custody Lawyer Book at Book Expo America in New York City in this video interview with Publisher Michael D. Butler.


    Janet shares all things Child Custody, Emotional Detachment, Parential Alienation and Testifying in Court. Stay tuned for more informative episodes and follow The Custody Lawyer for more.


    Get even MORE great info, buy the ebook NOW http://bit.ly/TheCustodyLawyer


    Parents about to go through a divorce and child custody case will want to take special note and learn from the wisdom shared by Janet McCullar in Podcat #5.


    About The Custody Lawyer Podcast


    Tune into “The Custody Lawyer Podcast” with your host, nationally acclaimed, divorce and custody attorney, Janet McCullar. You will certainly glean from Janet’s 26 years of experience as “The Custody Lawyer” with every show revealing hard facts on; Visitation, Alienation, Child Support and how to besf help your kids as they transition into a new normal. Listen and find out how “we have a passion for families in crisis” has become our moniker, you’ll want to share, “The Custody Lawyer Podcast” with anyone you know going through this difficult journey.


    About Janet McCullar


    Janet is a nationally respected trial attorney known for her skill and success in the courtroom. Janet has represented clients in hundreds of complex divorce and custody cases. Despite her skill as a litigator, Janet’s cases are routinely resolved amicably whenever possible to save the client the time, cost and pain involved in litigation. If litigation cannot be avoided, you need the services of a respected and skilled litigator.


    Janet is Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She was also selected to be a Fellow in the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, an organization of the nation’s top divorce attorneys.


    Janet is a frequent author and speaker on divorce and custody issues.


    Away from the office, Janet is a mother of three children. Janet has a passion for physical fitness, reading, the arts, traveling and community service. In the recent years, Janet has enjoyed learning to sail. 

    • 9 min
    Testifying in Court - The Custody Lawyer Podcast #5 with Janet McCullar

    Testifying in Court - The Custody Lawyer Podcast #5 with Janet McCullar

    Testifying in Court can be extremely stressful for any parent in a custody case. It's so important to have a quality Attorney to give input on what to say, not say and how to avoid the common mistakes while testifying in court.


    On Podcast #5 of The Custody Lawyer, Michelle Borquez uncovers the Hazards of Social Media and other common pitfalls of parents who take the stand in court and uncovers with Janet the do's and don'ts of court room best practices.


    Get even MORE great info, buy the ebook NOW http://bit.ly/TheCustodyLawyer


    Parents about to go through a divorce and child custody case will want to take special note and learn from the wisdom shared by Janet McCullar in Podcast #5.


    About The Custody Lawyer Podcast


    Tune into “The Custody Lawyer Podcast” with your host, nationally acclaimed, divorce and custody attorney, Janet McCullar. You will certainly glean from Janet’s 26 years of experience as “The Custody Lawyer” with every show revealing hard facts on; Visitation, Alienation, Child Support and how to besf help your kids as they transition into a new normal. Listen and find out how “we have a passion for families in crisis” has become our moniker, you’ll want to share, “The Custody Lawyer Podcast” with anyone you know going through this difficult journey.


    About Janet McCullar


    Janet is a nationally respected trial attorney known for her skill and success in the courtroom. Janet has represented clients in hundreds of complex divorce and custody cases. Despite her skill as a litigator, Janet’s cases are routinely resolved amicably whenever possible to save the client the time, cost and pain involved in litigation. If litigation cannot be avoided, you need the services of a respected and skilled litigator.


    Janet is Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She was also selected to be a Fellow in the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, an organization of the nation’s top divorce attorneys.


    Janet is a frequent author and speaker on divorce and custody issues.


    Away from the office, Janet is a mother of three children. Janet has a passion for physical fitness, reading, the arts, traveling and community service. In the recent years, Janet has enjoyed learning to sail. 

    • 8 min

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