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JUDGE UPHOLDS RULING FOR FATHER FIGHTING TRANSITIONING 7 YEAR OLD SON

Lord, we pray that James confusion over who You created him to be would be corrected so that he can live the life that You intended for him.

A Dallas judge, ruling in the case of a mother trying to turn her 7-year-old son into a “girl,” upheld a previous court ruling that made both the boy’s parents have joint conservatorship over him.

Judge Mary Brown not only denied Anne Georgulas’ request that the case revert to an October jury ruling that would have likely resulted in the mother being granted sole managing conservatorship, but the judge made it an official order that both parents have joint conservatorship over their son, James Younger.

Georgulas’ attorney vowed to challenge the ruling. . .

On October 21, a jury initially ruled against Mr. Younger, denying his request for sole managing conservatorship. The jury also ruled that the decision making authority for the boys should rest in one person, known as sole managing conservatorship. The jury was not given the ability to specify who the sole managing conservator of the boys should be if it wasn’t Mr. Younger.

The jury’s ruling sparked public outcry, attracting the attention of Texas Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas Attorney General, Senator Ted Cruz, and many other political and influential figures.

In a closed hearing on October 24, Judge Kim Cooks issued her ruling granting both parents joint decision-making rights. There were many other provisions to the ruling, which can be found in full here. One notable provision was the alteration of custody to 50/50 custody once approved by a counselor.

On November 5, Dr. Georgulas challenged Judge Cooks’ ruling and had requested the court be forced to conform to the jury’s initial October ruling.

In court today, Judge Mary Brown denied Dr. Georgulas motion to conform to the jury verdict and entered Judge Cooks’ ruling as an official order. . .

The motion to enter Judge Cooks’ order was filed by Mr. Younger and his lawyer Mr. Odeneal. This motion requested that Judge Cooks’ ruling be signed and made into a legally binding order.

The motion to conform to the jury’s ruling and the motion to disqualify the parental coordinator were filed by Dr. Georgulas and her lawyer Ms. Janicek. The motion to conform to the jury’s ruling argued that Judge Cooks had no legal right to grant Mr. Younger joint managing conservatorship since the jury had ruled there should be a sole managing conservator and it should not be Mr. Younger. Therefore, the motion argued, “the court contravened the jury’s answers,” something it was “not authorized” to do.

In court today, Dr. Georgulas’ attorney argued that Judge Cooks’ ruling was invalid and unenforceable, requesting that the court return to the prior order. The prior order also maintained Mr. Younger’s minimum possession schedule ensuring the boys didn’t stay with him on any school nights. . .

In the state of Texas a sole managing conservator is responsible for making all decisions relating to a minor, ie, treatment decisions, educational decisions, if they can enlist in the armed forces, etc.

Dr. Georgulas’ attorney also filed the motion requesting that the parenting coordinator appointed in Judge Cooks’ ruling be disqualified. Judge Cooks appointed the amicus attorney, Stacey Dunlop, to be the parenting coordinator, or mediator between Dr. Georgulas and Mr. Younger for serious decisions pertaining to the boys in which they do not agree.

The argument to disqualify the parenting coordinator centered mainly around the concern that he becomes a tie breaker rather than a mediator and would then ultimately be making most of the difficult decisions for the twin boys.

Judge Brown ruled against this motion to disqualify Mr. Dunlop as the parenting coordinator.

Dr. Georgulas’ lawyer told the court she would bring a motion for a new trial. She argued that Judge Cooks’ ruling and now the new order was not authorized based on the jury’s verdict, nor  is it enforceable.

(Excerpt from Life News. Article by Madeleine Jacob.)

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6 Replies to “JUDGE UPHOLDS RULING FOR FATHER FIGHTING TRANSITIONING 7 YEAR OLD SON”

  1. Lord, you know that as an 8 day old American born boy now 74, my loving mother and father submitted to Satans lie as a non Jew, that it’s preferable and OK to remove my foreskin 8 days after birth leaving my glands more subject to involuntary stimulation no longer protected as God made me, a boy. Female genital mutilation is practiced usually only in Islamic countries but in America is now a national immigration topic under consideration for acceptance. I believe it takes both parents involved too make a proper decision. Where was my earthly father protecting me – not? Help my to forgive them both for doing this to my body without my consent that I might become whole again before you, Jesus. In Jesus name.

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  2. Lord we come together as your body of believers and bind this wickedness being practiced on innocent children who look to their parents for love and protection from evil. Satan is the author of confusion and exists to keep us from knowing Your truth. Your word is truth and may it be declared in our land by all those in authority from this day forward. In Jesus name we pray. Amen

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  3. Father in heaven, thank you for this victory. Praise be to you alone for protecting this innocent boy and his father from the scheme of the devil. Thank you for the judge who ruled in their favor. Please continue to raise up God fearing justices who uphold the true constitution. In the mighty name of Jesus we pray.

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  4. Jesus give us a love for our children.May the thought of chemically castrating them or medically mutilating them be abhorant. May their and our true identity be in you, that we, every last one of us are made in your image. We are a reflection of you. We choose to do nothing to mar what you have made. Jesus we love you and thank you for your mercy. We draw near to you and ask that YOU shut the mouth of the wicked.

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