Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Follow A Judge's Order

Once a couple decides to get a court and judge involved in a custody dispute, they must be prepared to suffer the consequences of a judge making decisions concerning what is best for their children. If a Judge signs an order that has anything to do with your children, it is extremely important that you comply with that Order. If you fail to comply, the Judge can decide to remove your children from your custody until you are able to show that you have the ability to comply with a Court Order. While I'm sure there is more going on with Britney Spears' case than her failure to comply with a Court Order, I'm also sure that her failing to act in accordance with a simple order regarding drug testing and obtaining a valid license gives the Court little confidence that she has the ability to make proper decisions regarding her children.

To read the latest story concerning Britney Spears' custody case, see: http://ca.today.reuters.com/news/newsArticle.aspx?type=entertainmentNews&storyID=2007-10-02T185120Z_01_N02392130_RTRIDST_0_ENTERTAINMENT-SPEARS-COL.XML

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