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Not In The Child’s Best Interest

Please join us this evening as Sherry L Palmer and Ron B. Palmer discuss their newly published book, Not In The Child’s Best Interest.

This is a ground-breaking manual on how to protect not only your rights as a parent, but also, how to protect the rights of your child during and after a divorce. This is a must-have for those parents seeking to retain all rights to their children and preventing the courts from interfering in that relationship, unnecessarily and many times, unconstitutionally.

Attorneys still lead parents to believe that they don’t have rights to their children until either the divorce court grants to them or the other parent agrees to give them to them.  The Palmer’s have written a book that expands the knowledge base for attorneys so that only divorce cases with a “genuine” violation of law can reduce a parent’s rights.


Sherry Palmer

Sherry has experienced the terror of divorce custody battles first hand and has found a way out for us all through the U.S. Constitution. Her book on this topic is titled “Not in the Child’s Best Interest”, and is available here. If you find her articles insightful you will love her book.

Ron B Palmer

Ron is a constitutional scholar and a political activist. He focuses on parental rights in divorce. Having studied more than 100 Supreme Court opinions related to parental rights and the constitutional concepts that support those rights, Ron came to an amazing insight. The Supreme Court strongly supports that parental rights are among our oldest fundamental liberties. It is just that Divorce Courts have been allowed to ignore the Constitution. Ron intends to put a stop to this injustice perpetrated at the expense of divorced parents and children of divorce. More


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The Groundbreaking new book: NOT In the Child’s Best Interest will show you how to protect your rights.

THUMBNAIL_IMAGE This book is desperately needed BECAUSE:

  •  Divorce Courts will NOT protect your rights if you don’t demand it.
  •  Divorce Attorneys will NOT tell you how to preserve your parental rights in
  •  divorce.
  •  Most Divorce lawyers do NOT know how to preserve your parental rights in
  •  divorce.
  • Child custody laws and family law codes violate your constitutional rights
  • by default.

Stop the winner take all slug fest. Deny the Judge any authority to restrict or  deny your parental rights. Put your child’s best interest first by ensuring that you remain an equal parent in your child’s life.



If you want to keep your rights to your child, you can try trusting the default winner take all system and blindly follow your divorce lawyer’s lead. You may or may not get a fair shot at getting custody. You may or may not be in a county that supports equal rights for parents. Some counties favor women and deny fathers rights in custody battles. Some counties overcompensate for gender neutrality and deny women’s rights to custody. Without a gender bases for deciding custody, the decision comes down to the arbitrary and capricious whim of your judge. If the Judge doesn’t like you under these rules then you are simply out of luck!

Hope and protection come in the form of the U.S. Constitution and the long history of Supreme Court opinions that support parental rights. These authors have studied over 100 United States Supreme Court cases going all the way back to the eighteen hundreds to understand the source of parental rights under the constitution. This book cites over 90 of these cases and several cases from Federal Appellate Courts, and State Supreme Courts. Although this is a heavily cited and professionally written book, It is written to be easily read by non-attorneys and to be accessible for parents in divorce. This book is much more than simply the authors’ opinions. It is chock full of cogent constitutional arguments tied directly to the Supreme Court’s own words. This book tells the Supreme Court’s history of opinions on parental rights from the perspective of divorcing parents focused on their particular concerns.

There are only three things that give a Judge authority to limit or take away your parental rights, all of which the State MUST prove, and none of which are appropriate in a Divorce Proceeding. Do you know what those three things are? Inside this book you will learn about the false “best interests of the child” standard that Judges wrongly use impose their moral, religious, and political values in child custody without any fear of being overturned on appeal. What is the correct interpretation and how do you argue that effectively? If you want the terror of child custody hearings to end then you need to get the knowledge and seize the authority that is rightfully yours as a parent in America. More

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