Custody Battle, What It Takes To Fight For Someone You Love

Custody Battle, What It Takes To Fight For Someone You Love

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Custody Battles & Fighting for your rights. What does it take and what would you fight for? In this episode of Kouch Time, I talk with my friends about the sacrifices we might have to make to fight for what we believe in or people we love. 

When I watch a great movie like Conviction (a true story) starring Hilary Swank, where ‘A working mother puts herself through law school in an effort to represent her brother, who has been wrongfully convicted of murder and has exhausted his chances to appeal his conviction through public defenders,’ I wonder if I would go that far to fight for my rights or the rights of someone I love. Ideally yes, yes I would! But I’ve never been put in that situation. Do you ever wonder the same thing or do you know for certain, your limits, if any at all?

Watch my interview with Stacey Doss, an incredible woman who has spent the past 4 years in a bitter custody battle fighting to keep her little girl whom she’s raised since birth. One million dollars later, with mounting legal fees that forced her to file for bankruptcy, she shared her story with us on Kirsty TV.

Operation Vanessa was launched to help fight for the rights of children. Stacey’s case was a landmark win in the area of ‘adopted parent vs biological parent’. Today, she has custody not adoption, which always hangs over her head. Nevertheless, she shows unwithering courage in this long fight.

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