Phantom Disputes in Phamily Court. Kim Nelson is the mother of a teenage son, and completed Family Innocence Advocate Training. Kim and her husband paid attorneys over $80,000.00 for their divorce in 2003. Years later, her child’s father took her back to court, even though they successfully mediated modified parenting time, paying his attorney another $30,000. The attorney insisted on a court order for “sole” custody of their teenage son, involving Kim and her attorney, Michelle MacDonald, in the phantom dispute — to include a court trial. Kim is lead volunteer for Family Innocence, and oversees “FIP Fridays” at FIP headquarters. 651-368-0023.
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