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La Verne University California to Offer Divorce and Custody Classes to Parents

Very pleased to announce that I will be teaching classes on divorce and custody at La Verne University starting in October 2016. In addition to general classes on divorce and custody  individual classes will also be provided on parental alienation, false child abuse allegations, social services, parallel parenting, mediation, credit, dealing with the family residence, and more.

To my knowledge this is the first time these type of classes have been offered at the university level anywhere in the country and is recognition of the growing devastation of divorce and custody on children, families and communities. This is a very important step in acknowledging the issues especially parental alienation.

If you are a parent considering divorce, already filed and just starting out, if you are already divorced but continue to deal with violation of court orders and modification of court orders, dealing with parental alienation or false allegations of child abuse, restraining orders, or a high conflict case of any kind I hope that you will join me for these important classes.

If you live or work in Los Angeles Country, San Bernardino County, Orange Country, La Verne University may be convenient to you. Details to follow.

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Catherine MacWillie is the CEO of Custody Calculations and a Child Custody and Divorce Coach. She has 32 years experience dealing with Family Law. 24 years as a law enforcement officer responding to radio calls dealing with divorce and custody issues and a first responder to child abuse investigations in addition to other related assignments. She spent ten years researching Family Law and divorce including cause, effect, impact, solutions to the many issues that arise during divorce and custody proceedings. The last eight years as a Coach.

She is the past president of Stop Parental Alienation of Children (SPAC). A prior board member of Parental Alienation Awareness Organization(PAAO). An advisory board member of International Support Network of Alienated Families (ISNAF). A member of the international organization Parental Alienation Study Group (PASG). A member of the 2014 Parental Alienation Colloquium, Long Beach, California. A member of the 2016 Parental Alienation Think Tank, Beverly Hills, California.

In 2017 her research on divorce, crime and parental alienation will be presented in Prague, Czechoslovakia at the International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) a prestigious event with participants coming from around the globe to present.

For additional information go to CustodyCalculations.com or visit us on social media, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest,YouTube, Vimeo, or call 702-675-5120.

 

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PRE-ORDER ~ HOW TO BLOCK OR OBSTRUCT FALSE ALLEGATIONS OF CHILD ABUSE AND FALSE POLICE REPORTS

Disclaimer; As a retired law enforcement officer, I do not wish to provide any information that would interfere in an investigation by social services or law enforcement that would result in protecting an individual who has physically or sexually abused a child.

Instead, this information is being provided to protect innocent parents victimized by a system ill-equipped to deal with parental alienation and the process of false allegations and false police reports during a high conflict divorce as one parent seeks to gain an advantage in custody and other issues.

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False child allegations and false police reports are rampant in Family Law and never more so than now. In the past at least a parent might have an indication that they would face false allegations after many years of litigation as one parent sought to either keep or take custody from the other.

Fast forward 2016 and now false allegations are seen as the shortest, quickest and least expensive route to obtain full custody from the onset of the divorce. Why wait when you can avoid years of delays and litigation. Often false allegations involve arrests of the innocent parent.

False allegations also places a further burden on the parent arrested, mother or father, as they must now allocate most of their remaining monies on their criminal defense in addition to the Family Law issues. Which of course is the goal of the parent making the false allegations who also seek  to sever all contact with the children and the innocent parent.

There is little remedy in the system by judges, attorneys and other professionals who simply shake their head and nod in agreement that these are terrible situations and what a shame it is. But offer no solution.

I have 32 years experience in Family Law. As a retired law enforcement officer with the Los Angeles Police Department for nearly 24 years, I responded to radio calls dealing with divorce and custody issues and was  a first responder to child abuse investigations and other related assignments. Now a Child Custody and Divorce Coach for eight years, I have witnessed the decline of Family Law. Especially in the area of false allegations and perjury in spite of penal code protection against such actions in most states.

As a result I have identified actions that may act to obstruct, block and or slow down the parent attempting to file false allegations against the innocent parent. These actions are entirely new with some actions being required in a court order asap. Which the courts may or may not sanction. In other actions if false allegations have already been filed and the parent has been cleared another layer of  action is provided. Two approaches to protect the parent no matter where they are in the process.

For the price of one hour or less with an attorney parents can obtain information that could change their lives and that of their children during divorce. And while no one can guarantee an outcome dealing with false allegations considering the wake of devastation against the innocent parent and the amount of money paid in legal fees to deal with these issues ~ better to do something than nothing.

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Catherine MacWillie is the CEO of Custody Calculations and a Child Custody and Divorce Coach. She has 32 years experience dealing with Family Law. 24 years as a law enforcement officer responding to radio calls dealing with divorce and custody issues and a first responder to child abuse investigations in addition to other related assignments. She spent ten years researching Family Law and divorce including cause, effect, impact, solutions to the many issues that arise during divorce and custody proceedings. The last eight years as a Coach.

She is the past president of Stop Parental Alienation of Children (SPAC). A prior board member of Parental Alienation Awareness Organization(PAAO). An advisory board member of International Support Network of Alienated Families (ISNAF). A member of the international organization Parental Alienation Study Group (PASG). A member of the 2014 Parental Alienation Colloquium, Long Beach, California. A member of the 2016 Parental Alienation Think Tank, Beverly Hills, California.

In 2017 her research on divorce, crime and parental alienation will be presented in Prague, Czechoslovakia at the International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) a prestigious event with participants coming from around the globe to present.

For additional information go to CustodyCalculations.com or visit us on social media, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest,YouTube, Vimeo, or call 702-675-5120.

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Parent Released After Serving 18 Years In Prison on False Child Abuse Allegations Related to Custody and Divorce

The below are edited excerpts and my own contributions from the original article by Glenda Anderson The Press Democrat June 29, 2016. 

February 2016, a Lake County man convicted of sexually abusing a child was released from prison after his alleged victim, his daughter, recanted the testimony she gave when she was 10 years old. The man, Luther Jones, spent 18 years behind bars. A judge set him free after his daughter told Lake County District Attorney’s Office investigators she had lied at the behest of her mother, who at the time was battling Jones over custody of their  daughter.

The state awarded Jones $936,880 for wrongful imprisonment. The largest known compensation payment ever made to someone cleared of a crime after being incarcerated in California’s state prison system — if he lives long enough to collect. Luther Jones, 71, slipped into a coma Thursday, the third one since he was released from prison in February. Luther Jones has diabetes, kidney and liver failure and Hepatitis C.

Lake County District Attorney Don Anderson says he’s fed up with liars who fib under oath. In a novel offensive against what many say is a rampant problem in the court system, he’s assigned an attorney in his office to investigate and prosecute incidents of perjury. “I’ve always had a pet peeve about people lying in court. It’s just so very common, especially in the family law arena, for people to come in and just lie their asses off,” Anderson said.

He said he hopes the new program will make people think twice about committing perjury. His office already is examining three cases for possible prosecution. He declined to provide details about the cases.

Perjury is rarely prosecuted, said Ronald Huff, professor emeritus of the Department of Criminology, Law and Society at UC, Irvine. Thousands of people are wrongly convicted of serious crimes each year, many because of faulty testimony where perjury is responsible both for innocent people being imprisoned and guilty people remaining at large, free to commit more crimes, Huff noted.

Some notable exceptions for perjury include home decorating maven Martha Stewart, who was convicted of lying under oath about insider trading in 2004, and Mark Fuhrman, the Los Angeles detective charged with lying about having used racial slurs in the years prior to the 1995 O.J. Simpson case.

The punishment in typical perjury cases includes potential sentences of between two and four years, Anderson said. But in particularly egregious cases, the penalties can be much higher. A California law allows liars whose testimony causes someone to wrongly be put to death to be charged with a death penalty perjury case, he said. Anderson said he’s unaware of any cases in which the death penalty was pursued for perjury.

While wrongful imprisonment cases can be horrific, Fitzpatrick said the courts should also closely examine recantations. “Recantations are very suspect,” he said. Family law cases, in which money and child custody are at stake, in particular are rife with lies, Anderson said. He estimated half of those case files probably include lies.

Perjury goes largely ignored for several reasons, including that they’re difficult to prosecute, the attorneys said. Success depends on having material proof that the person who was untruthful knowingly lied.

“How do you prove, at the moment somebody did something, they did it intentionally?” asked Pasadena attorney Mark Baer, who has written about perjury for the San Gabriel Valley Psychological Association’s publication. One of his website’s blog postings asks: “Does anyone tell the truth any longer?

The article went on to say that perjury is one of the most under reported crimes, Fitzpatrick said. My two cents is that the writer says nothing about the fact that perjury is rarely a report taken by law enforcement agencies. In fact in my 32 years of dealing with Family Law, I have never heard of a report being taken for perjury. Significant because as a retired law enforcement officer for 24 years with the Los Angeles Police Department I never took a report for perjury nor did any officer or detective that I know ever take or investigate a report for perjury. I am not even sure the Department would have allowed me to take such a report.

I have watched as false child abuse allegations have increased over the years in Family Law cases to law enforcement and social services after years of failed litigation to wrestle or keep custody to the first step in the battle for custody after the initial filing. Now seen as the silver bullet and the fastest, least expensive and shortest route to full custody of the children.

A family and criminal law attorney I am familiar with has defended parents accused of false allegations where attorney fees can be as much as $400,000 to $600,000 to defend against allegations. These were middle income families. Not wealthy parents. They didn’t have the money and were able to pay for their defense because of the assistance of their families who mortgaged, sold property or closed out retirement accounts in addition to the accused parent. And it is getting worse every year. Making it likely this story will be repeated in every city and state in this country without the proactive solutions of this DA which I support whole heartily. I hope it results in other offices following his leadership role on this issue.

To read the full article unedited and without my contributions click here.

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Catherine MacWillie is the CEO of Custody Calculations and a Child Custody and Divorce Coach. She has 32 years experience dealing with Family Law. 24 years as a law enforcement officer responding to radio calls dealing with divorce and custody issues and a first responder to child abuse investigations in addition to other related assignments. She spent ten years researching Family Law and divorce including cause, effect, impact, solutions to the many issues that arise during divorce and custody proceedings. The last eight years as a Coach.

She is the past president of Stop Parental Alienation of Children (SPAC). A prior board member of Parental Alienation Awareness Organization with Sarvy Emo (PAAO). An advisory board member of International Support Network of Alienated Families ISNAF). A member of Parental Alienation Study Group (PASG). A member of the 2014 Parental Alienation Colloquium, Long Beach, California. A member of the 2016 Parental Alienation Think Tank, Beverly Hills, California.

In 2017 her research on divorce, crime and parental alienation will be presented in Prague, Czechoslovakia at the International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) a prestigious event with participants coming from around the globe to present.

For additional information go to CustodyCalculations.com or visit us on social media, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest,YouTube, Vimeo, or call 702-675-5120.

 

 

 

 

 

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Divorced Parents Applaud the Arrest of Grandparents and Parent for Felony Custodial Interference in Texas ~ Bail Set at 250K Each

Many states have felony laws for custodial interference they just aren’t enforced like many laws associated with Family Law. False police reports, false child abuse allegations, perjury to name a few. A retired law enforcement officer myself for 24 years with the Los Angeles Police Department and now a Child Custody and Divorce Coach I was curious why this case in Texas was so different.

I spoke to the New Boston Police Department. They conducted the investigation and issued the warrants on the grandparents in this article for felony custodial interference in compliance with 25.03. The mother is also pending an arrest for felony custodial interference.

This is a very small police department. Only 13 officers in total. The department still takes police reports on all custody issues and conducts investigations. In cases where it is determined that a violation of court order has occurred the Department provides a warning to the parties on a first offense. The parties are advised that continued violation of court orders will result in an arrest. They said in most cases a warning has proved sufficient to correct the situation. This case was the exception.

The Department said there had been substantial contact with the parties involved over the prior months. Including police reports and allegations of child abuse that later proved false. The day prior to the police taking a report for felony custodial interference the parties had been in Family Law court on a contempt motion. Court was pending final determination of the criminal charges of contempt by the police before making a final ruling and the investigating officer was present for the hearing. The judge ordered the parties to adhere to the court order pending a final ruling. The next day, the grandparents and the mother failed to comply with the court order. This was in addition to the prior three months that the father has been blocked from his parenting time with the child.

The article referenced that during the investigation the grandmother made statements to a reliable third party that she was willing to kill herself and the child to keep the child from the other parent. This lead the investigating officers to issue an Amber alert and seek warrants for the grandparents and ultimately the mother too.

CPS was already involved conducting the prior child abuse investigation and when the child was recovered in Dallas where the grandparents were arrested the child was taken into custody by CPS at that time. Since this is an ongoing investigation the information on the location of the child and/or the release or placement of the child with the father if this has occurred is being withheld.

The District Attorney’s Office, CPS and the police department were all working in full cooperation on the investigation and the DA has filed charges. Bail is set at $250,000 for each of the parties plus additional charges and conditions including a psych evaluation on the grandmother. This information was also referenced in the article.

Essentially, this was a case of the perfect scenario. The prior violation of court orders were well known, documented and understood by police in a small community that still takes reports and investigates them. The information learned during the investigation and the risk to the child, involvement of the courts and investigator being in the courtroom for the hearing the day prior, attorneys, CPS, DA’s office came together in the perfect timeline. Something that doesn’t happen very often in Family Law cases.

This is also an example of a small department with limited resources doing a great job in their community on an issue that is rarely addressed properly to the detriment of most divorced families and children. I wish more police departments large and small acted with the same commitment as New Boston Police Department to it’s community. It would go a long way to saving lives in high conflict Family Law cases. The District Attorney’s office and CPS also did a great job. Again wish these cases were handled like this more often by these agencies too. Also want to recognize Dallas Police Department and their Chief of Police for acting so swiftly on the information on the location of the grandparents.

To read the full article on the story click here.

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Catherine MacWillie is the CEO of Custody Calculations and a Child Custody and Divorce Coach. She has 32 years experience dealing with Family Law. 24 years as a law enforcement officer responding to radio calls dealing with divorce and custody issues and a first responder to child abuse investigations in addition to other related assignments. She spent ten years researching Family Law and divorce including cause, effect, impact, solutions to the many issues that arise during divorce and custody proceedings. The last eight years as a Coach.

She is the past president of Stop Parental Alienation of Children (SPAC). A prior board member of Parental Alienation Awareness Organization with Sarvy Emo (PAAO). An advisory board member of International Support Network of Alienated Families ISNAF). A member of Parental Alienation Study Group (PASG). A member of the 2014 Parental Alienation Colloquium, Long Beach, California. A member of the 2016 Parental Alienation Think Tank, Beverly Hills, California.

In 2017 her research on divorce, crime and parental alienation will be presented in Prague, Czechoslovakia at the International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) a prestigious event with participants coming from around the globe to present.

For additional information go to CustodyCalculations.com or visit us on social media, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest,YouTube, Vimeo, or call 702-675-5120.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Divorce Coach and Retired Law Enforcement Officer Asks American Psychological Association to Recognize Parental Alienation

Below is a copy of my recent correspondence to the American Psychological Association, APA, urging them to recognize parental alienation from the perspective of a law enforcement officer and divorce coach at the request of many parents seeking support from professionals on the issue. I urge parents and other professionals to continue to write in recognition of the devastating issue.

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July 15, 2016

 

Dr. Susan McDaniel

President

American Psychological Association

750 First St. NE

Washington DC 20002-4242

Re: Recognition of Parental Alienation

Dear Dr. McDaniel;

My name is Catherine MacWillie, I am the CEO of Custody Calculations and a child custody and divorce coach. I have been dealing with family law for 32 years. 24 years as a law enforcement officer with the Los Angeles Police Department responding to radio calls dealing with divorce and custody issues. And a first responder to child abuse allegations and other related assignments. I devoted ten years of research to family law including cause and effect, impact and solutions that arise during these proceedings. In the process I identified that family law may be responsible for 25% of the crime in the United States, homicides, suicides, abductions, child abuse, domestic violence, violation of restraining orders, violation of court orders, stalking and more. To put just one of those numbers into perspective that is 3,500-4,000 homicides a year related to divorce and custody issues. My purpose in writing is an impassioned plea that the American Psychological Association recognize parental alienation.

At no other time in history has data collection, analysis and dissemination allowed for the improvement in human studies at this level or at this speed. Yet 50 years after first being identified parental alienation is still debated. Like saying law enforcement should still be working with equipment 50 years earlier; no radio’s, vests, tasers or computers. Unimaginable. Yet here we sit with parental alienation.

The fall out on parental alienation is breaking the down our courts. Judges unable to move one direction or another are heaping one resource after another on families as they seek to understand family dynamics and do what they can from the bench with even more damage to these cases. The costs for many of these programs is literally decimating American families emotionally and financially on top of the damage done to children. And not just in the United States. It is being replicated in nearly all developed countries of the world.

Pushed to the edge a growing number of parents are seeking the ultimate act of retribution  and revenge against the other escalating socially unaccepted behavior and the violent crime at an alarming rate. Leaving in its wake a broken social infrastructure whose origins can be  traced back in many cases to custody and parental alienation. The severity of the actions based on mild, moderate or severe alienation.

This correspondence is just one of many being drafted by colleagues around the globe for professional review by the APA and other organizations here in the United States and abroad.

As I review your three initiatives for the APA outlining advance integrated primary care nationally, team functioning; health equity; new payment models; interprofessional education; research, evaluation; and policies to sustain integrated primary care it would seem that parental alienation would fit into these goals well. I again urge the APA to be a leader on this issue and recognize parental alienation.

I am available for further comment but would also refer you to Dr. Steven Miller and Dr. Amy Baker both far more eloquent and capable than myself for discussion on the issues albeit less emotional. I am afraid that too many years as a law enforcement officer dealing with the carnage of divorce, custody and parental alienation have caused me to be overly impassioned ~ certainly not neutral on this very important issue.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Sincerely,

 

Catherine MacWillie

CEO, Custody Calculations

P.O. Box 3447

San Dimas, California 91773

702-675-5120

Catherine@CustodyCalculations.com

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Catherine MacWillie is the CEO of Custody Calculations and a Child Custody and Divorce Coach. She has 32 years experience dealing with Family Law. 24 years as a law enforcement officer responding to radio calls dealing with divorce and custody issues and a first responder to child abuse investigations in addition to other related assignments. She spent ten years researching Family Law and divorce including cause, effect, impact, solutions to the many issues that arise during divorce and custody proceedings. The last eight years as a Coach.

She is the past president of Stop Parental Alienation of Children. A prior board member of Parental Alienation Awareness Organization. An advisory board member of International Support Network of Alienated Families. A member of Parental Alienation Study Group. A member of the 2014 Parental Alienation Colloquium, Long Beach, California. A member of the 2016 Parental Alienation Think Tank, Beverly Hills, California.

In 2017 her research on divorce, crime and parental alienation will be presented in Prague, Czechoslovakia at the International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) a prestigious event with participants coming from around the globe to present.

For additional information go to CustodyCalculations.com or visit us on social media, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest,YouTube, Vimeo, or call 702-675-5120.

 

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Family Law Reform Discussion ~ Judge vs Juries. Catch The Interview July 27, 2016 7:00 pm PST/10:00 pm EST

Catch the interview and hear what retired Law Enforcement Officer and Divorce Coach, Catherine MacWillie, says on Family Law reform using juries and not judges to decide divorce and custody issues. What would it take to put juries in courtrooms or should we? What are the issues? Catch this important reform discussion on Talk Radio Experts with Attorney Vincent Davis. July 27, 2016, 7:00 PST/10:00 PM EST. Call 646-668-8791. No registration required. Use the time to listen to past shows dealing with CPS and Family Law. http://talkradioexperts.com/

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Catherine MacWillie is the CEO of Custody Calculations and a Child Custody and Divorce Coach. She has 32 years experience dealing with Family Law. 24 years as a law enforcement officer responding to radio calls dealing with divorce and custody issues and a first responder to child abuse investigations in addition to other related assignments. She spent ten years researching Family Law and divorce including cause, effect, impact, solutions to the many issues that arise during divorce and custody proceedings. The last eight years as a Coach.

She is the past president of Stop Parental Alienation of Children. A prior board member of Parental Alienation Awareness Organization. An advisory board member of International Support Network of Alienated Families. A member of Parental Alienation Study Group. A member of the 2014 Parental Alienation Colloquium, Long Beach, California. A member of the 2016 Parental Alienation Think Tank, Beverly Hills, California.

In 2017 her research on divorce, crime and parental alienation will be presented in Prague, Czechoslovakia at the International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) a prestigious event with participants coming from around the globe to present.

For additional information go to CustodyCalculations.com or visit us on social media, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest,YouTube, Vimeo, or call 702-675-5120.

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TO ALL THE MOTHERS THAT WILL NOT SEE THEIR CHILDREN THIS MOTHER’S DAY . . .

HERE IS A LIST OF MY RECENT POSTINGS ON MY TWITTER ACCOUNT, APRIL 30, 2016, CUSTODYCALCULATIONS/CEOMACWILLIE

TO ALL THE #MOTHERS THAT WILL NOT SEE THEIR CHILDREN THIS MOTHER’S DAY REGARDLESS OF COURT ORDER….. I AM SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS

MOTHER’S DAY AROUND THE CORNER. POLICE RADIO CALLS WILL CARRY THE DAY AS SOME MOTHERS WILL NEVER SEE CHILDREN.

MOTHERS/FATHERS CAN’T AFFORD TO GO TO COURT EVERY TIME THEY ARE DENIED CUSTODY ON THEIR HOLIDAY! SHAME ON COURTS

IMAGE CRIMINAL COURTS REQUIRED VICT’S TO PAY FEES ENFORCE LAW WHEN ROBBED, RAPED, BURGLARY. TALK ABOUT LAWLESSNESS. OH WAIT FAMILY LAW IS ALREADY LAWLESS!

MOTHERS DAY BITTER SWEET FOR PARENTS DEALING WITH CUSTODY ISSUES. WILL NEVER SEE CHILDREN.

FOR MANY CHILDREN MOTHER’S DAY ANOTHER DAY WILL NOT SPEND WITH MOTHER. LIKE FATHERS DAY WILL NOT SPEND WITH FATHER. SHAME ON SYSTEM

FOR SOME CHILDREN AND FAMILIES MOTHERS DAY WILL END HORRIBLY WRONG!

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PARENTS SAY FINALLY SOMEONE IN FAMILY LAW GET’S IT!

That great attorney you can’t hire because you don’t have the money. The expert that you can’t retain because they are too expensive. The forensic accountant you need for the financials but can’t afford. Everywhere parents turn in Family Law they need information but can’t afford the high cost of retainers.

Finally someone get’s it. I know that 40, 50 or 60 minutes of information can make a huge difference to parents. So, effective immediately, I am going to provide one hour consults without the need for parents to pay for the usual 10 hour retainer. Need more information buy another hour.

Find out why parents say all the time ~ that I “get” their case faster than anyone else ever has. Connect the dots faster than anyone else ever has. Why they say they never heard any of this information before.

No one can guarantee an outcome on every case but rarely does a call ever end without a parent benefiting in some way. To learn more email DivorceCoachServices@yahoo.com or call 702-675-5120.

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Catherine MacWillie is the CEO of Custody Calculations and a Child Custody and Divorce Coach. She has 32 years experience dealing with Family Law. 24 years as a law enforcement officer responding to radio calls dealing with divorce and custody issues and a first responder to child abuse investigations in addition to other related assignments. She spent ten years researching Family Law and divorce including cause, effect, impact, solutions to the many issues that arise during divorce and custody proceedings. The last eight years as a Coach.

She is the past president of Stop Parental Alienation of Children. A prior board member of Parental Alienation Awareness Organization. An advisory board member of International Support Network of Alienated Families. A member of Parental Alienation Study Group. A member of the 2014 Parental Alienation Colloquium, Long Beach, California. A member of the 2016 Parental Alienation Think Tank, Beverly Hills, California.

In 2017 her research on divorce, crime and parental alienation will be presented in Prague, Czechoslovakia at the International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) a prestigious event with participants coming from around the globe to present.

For additional information go to CustodyCalculations.com or visit us on social media, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest,YouTube, Vimeo, or call 702-675-5120.

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Risk Factors Of International Abduction. Do You Know The Signs?/Twitter Postings

HERE IS A LIST OF MY RECENT POSTINGS ON MY TWITTER ACCOUNT, JULY 23, 2016, CUSTODYCALCULATIONS/CEOMACWILLIE

Are you concerned that you children could be abducted internationally and you may never see them again? Divorce Coach.

Has  your  child  been  taken  out  of  state  and  you can’t locate them? Not sure what to do?

Have you been threatened with I am going to take the kids and you will never see them again! .

Divorces are always messy, when you have two cultures opposite sides of the world w/different rules/understandings; its made all the worse

What if you make agreement to unblock child’s passport in return for something/then the other side doesn’t deliver. What then? We know.

What did your attorney do when the other side didn’t keep their end of deal/you released child’s passport? We can help attorney/you w/issues

Abducted child from Japan returned to left behind parent in US. First case in US history, child returned from Japan.

Child returned to US after abduction to Japan doing well. Good resources/good attorneys/good coordination. Do you have a good team?