Family Law

Parenting Coordination Eliminated in Pennsylvania

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Effective May 23, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court adopted Pennsylvania Rule of Civil Procedure 1915.11-1, titled "Elimination of Parent Coordination."

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  • alice ann belmonte gates

    by twin daughters were stolen from me by this unconstitutional CIVIL & FEDERAL Fraud and Abuses of the state of Pennsylvania by non seperation of powers non separations of church and state and frauds by legal and medical malpractices of mark A, bruno with fraud and abuse of CIVIL False complaints of all the title 18 PA Crimes Codes all Uniform Commercial Codes; ERISSA and UNION Rights; children of Veterans Rights and Federal False Claims Acts all my EQUAL Consumer Fair Rights as a mother and a parent and A Citizen removed and Abused by this social greed social injustice of CIVIL AND FEDERAL FRAUD of and by the DOJ and 64 Attorney Generals and Congress; Senate and States ABUSES of Fraud under COLOR OF LAW!

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