Give your child the tools to succeed.
The tools you have.
"No parent thinks, "I wonder what I can do today to undermine my children, subvert their effort, turn them off learning, and limit their achievement."
Of course not. They think, "I would do anything, give anything, to make my children successful."
Yet many of the things they do boomerang. Their helpful judgments, their lessons, their motivating technics often send the wrong message."
Dr. Carol S. Dweck (Mindset)
Too many good parents constantly blame themselves, especially when "accused", for not being the exemplar parent.
Too many times we are judged for our acts and words by people who are busy wrongly playing the game called "life" – if you want to play it correctly, you should mind your own life and not others.
Please take it easy on yourself, remember we are not perfect, and we should be grateful for that, otherwise we would have no motivation toward personal growth and improvement.
If and when you are accused of not doing the best for your children, or not behaving the way that others think is the best way for them, be comforted by the fact that you are not alone. If such accusations are thrust at you by a legal entity (e.g.,
Social Services, school, etc.), or if you suspect that you may be under surveillance, it is critical that you immediately contact a lawyer for guidance and assistance. We are here to help you, please don’t wait until things have spun out of control.
We are here to protect your rights
Born in Brazil in 1957, Dr. Tzvi Szajnbrum, lawyer and notary, is the director and founder of the Szajnbrum Group. At the age of 20, he left Brazil and immigrated to Israel; he served in the Israeli Defense Forces as a combatant, reaching the rank of Major. He studied law at Michlala LeMinhal and became a member of the Israeli Lawyers Association, today working as a lawyer, notary and mediator in the area of family law in Israel.
Words cannot express how relieved and grateful we are. This has been such a huge burden on us for over a year. We finally feel like we can move on. We were so surprised by the favorable verdict. I was fully expecting that I would need to do community service hours. And to tell you the truth, I had no idea how I would fit that into our lives.
Thank God that the prosecution and the judge (and other forces that be) understood that we are just simple people trying to raise our family.
We made a mistake but we shouldn’t have to be penalized to the point that it affects our ability to raise our family. We are good and honest people that work hard for what little we do have. We love each other very much and all we want is to live our lives together with our family. Josh and I have been together for more than half our lives and we have been through a lot together. We will add this court case to our list of hurdles that we overcame.
Thank you again for all your hard work.
With much gratitude