Mediation and Agreed Orders ~ Your Only Hope in a Child Custody Case

The injustices that are perpetrated in divorce courts in the U.S. and many other countries.

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So many divorces, yet no one seems to notice how unjust they are, especially to the men. Most men–including legislators and judges–believe it is their duty to protect the poor woman and children at the cost of the men being divorced.

Perhaps they do not realize they are ruining the lives of these men along with our society and usually the women and children they are purporting to protect. Bringing this information into public view can hopefully create the social will to change it. Everyone can see the problems in society. Few are able to correlate the root cause.

Let’s face it. The deck is stacked in favor of the mothers. There is no such thing as equal parenting or doing what is in the “best interest of the children.” This is a moneymaker for government, lawyers, social workers the list goes on and on, at the ultimate expense of children. The truth is, they are not “family court” trials, they are kangaroo courtspersonal attacks and unscrupulous methods are used lawyers against parents in family court. In family court, parents can get dozens, even hundreds, of “trials,” if we count, as he does, every time an innocent parent is hauled into court without having committed any legal infraction and issued with some “order” about how he must conduct his private life if he wants to stay out of jail.

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Many parents are forced to appear in court on a regular basis, each time ordered to open their wallets to attorneys and pay other exorbitant “debts” they have done nothing to incur. Indeed, family court has so many ways to criminalize parents that they can just keep “trying” them until they are found guilty of something.

Do any of these numerous trials involve a jury? Is there ever a formal charge? Are parents ever declared innocent and left in peace? Or are these quickly improvised hearings, in which parents are barely permitted to speak before the judge takes away their children, confiscates their savings, seizes their homes, attaches their wages, and jails them without any semblance of what most Americans consider a fair trial or due process of law?

America’s family courts are ideologically driven kangaroo courts. These feminist tribunals are the shame of American justice. They are creating a police state that will only expand along with the federal funding that drives them until other media follow The Free Lance-Star and expose this appalling abuse of government power.

Closed Court precludes any balance analysis of proceedings and when Jack Straw as our one time Justice Minister attempted to ‘Open’ the Court, he was met by derision by the very Judges who should have been called to account. Camilla Cavendish, who won an award for her Family Law column in The Times, was one of the first Journalists to be invited into Family Court in Ipswich and it was clear to me that at that time the same safeguards put in place for sensitive criminal cases could apply to Civil Laws, i.e. Child A, Family XYZ or even a serial number Journalists could refer to a case when given out to news of Parliament. Judges either willingly or otherwise collude with Barristers and Solicitors in perpetuating this corruption where financial gain can be achieved by their Court, rarely do they benefit either party, least of all the children involved and due to the closed nature of these Courts there is no accountability (if you appeal is it likely one Judge will contradict another). Money is the fuel to injustice and closed courts hide this fact from public scrutiny!

Closed Court precludes any balance analysis of proceedings and when Jack Straw as our one time Justice Minister attempted to ‘Open’ the Court, he was met by derision by the very Judges who should have been called to account. Camilla Cavendish, who won an award for her Family Law column in The Times, was one of the first Journalists to be invited into Family Court in Ipswich and it was clear to me that at that time the same safeguards put in place for sensitive criminal cases could apply to Civil Laws, i.e. Child A, Family XYZ or even a serial number Journalists could refer to a case when given out to news of Parliament.
Judges either willingly or otherwise collude with Barristers and Solicitors in perpetuating this corruption where financial gain can be achieved by their Court, rarely do they benefit either party, least of all the children involved and due to the closed nature of these Courts there is no accountability (if you appeal is it likely one Judge will contradict another).
Money is the fuel to injustice and closed courts hide this fact from public scrutiny!

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What is Mediation and why does the Judge in my family court case want me to attend at least one time or even more than once?

Mediation is a process by which two people (and possibly their attorney’s) come together in a joint session with a Mediator. The parties usually start out together in the same room while opening remarks are made and then sometimes the parties move into separate rooms and finish the mediation in what is known as a caucus. The Mediator will act as a facilitator and go back and forth between the parties to try to reach a resolution. If a resolution is reached, then the agreement can be reduced to writing.

In family cases where there are minor children, the mediation is a wonderful opportunity to work out a weekly time sharing schedule, a vacation and holiday time sharing schedule, child support and every other issue…

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3 thoughts on “Mediation and Agreed Orders ~ Your Only Hope in a Child Custody Case

  1. Custody and Visitation Interference: Alternative Remedies

    AAML Journal, Winter 1994, Volume 12, Number 2, p 271-284, publication of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, By Joy M. Feinberg and Lori S. Loeb

    The potential for psychological and physical damage to children of divorce and the parental relationship looms as a potential harbinger of doom over every divorce case. This specter becomes reality when one parent interferes with the rights of custody or visitation of the other parent by preventing the child from visiting the other parent, or by kidnapping or secreting the child from the parent who has the right to custody or visitation. This article will discuss the visitation and custody interference that occur during divorce and alert practitioners and judges to the psychological damage to the children. This article will review the alternative remedies available to circumvent custody and visitation interference and address the problems associated with enforcing these remedies. This examination will reveal that the available remedies lose effectiveness proportionate to the severity of the interference with custody and visitation rights. There are numerous types of visitation and custody interference that courts must address: modest abuses related to timeliness and access for telephone contact and visitation; issues of child protection when allegations of physical and sexual abuse occur, such as eliminating or limiting contact with the other parent; and in the most severe cases, loss of a relationship due to actions characterized as kidnapping. In addition to these described interference, more subtle actions occur which create problems. Parents involved in serious custody and visitation disputes frequently engage in programming and brainwashing techniques directed at the child to the detriment of the other parent, thereby interfering subtly or overtly with the parent/child relationship.

    This behavior is frequently referred to as the Parental Alienation Syndrome. Although such behavior is a common occurrence, what is clear is that a dilemma exists in cases involving brainwashing: risk to the child when a change of custody is imposed for parental alienation syndrome or programming cases may not be in the best interest of the child; yet the court may be powerless to stop the offending contact from occurring.

    Programming behaviors range from the simple to the complex. They often begin with ignoring any discussion of the other parent; speaking negatively about the parent in front of the child; criticizing or attacking the parent’s lifestyle or character; not informing the other parent of dates for the child’s school activities, plays, conferences and sporting events; ignoring the other parent in front of the child; destroying or desecrating photographs of the other parent or refusing to allow the child to have a photograph of the parent in his/her room; speaking to the child about issues that should be first discussed with the other parent; and using the child as a messenger. More severe techniques include attempting to get the child to side with one parent against the other; instilling in the child the belief that the other parent does not genuinely care for the child; and communicating to the child he or she will suffer rejection or loss of love from a parent if the child expresses love or the desire to be with the other parent. The child, either implicitly or explicitly, understands that to be loved by one parent the child must turn against the other parent.
    http://www.canadiancrc.com/Parental_Alienation_Syndrome_Canada/Custody_Visitation_Interference-Alternative%20Remedies_AAML_Journal_1994.aspx#FN73

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