Children get caught in the cross-hairs of the family court system and are removed from one parent’s life, often at the hands of the other parent, by means of alienation or abduction.
The slippery slope ensues with perjury becoming acceptable and oaths sworn upon by judges and lawyers falling to the wayside clearing the path for varying degrees of misconduct.
The Scales of Justice in divorce and custody ordeals are unbalanced.
The impact doesn’t discriminate: Father, mother, son, daughter, grandpa, grandma, cousin, aunt, uncle—All can be ERASED.
After divorce, time is the cloud that hangs over every aspect of the father-child relationship.
Light from America shines brightest in times when it is tested — when people put values before party and embrace tolerance over fear.
Because we can’t ‘hold up progress’ in America.
People do not follow and adhere to someone out of free will just because they have a title — they listen and commit to serve those voices of reason — decency — and the ability to capture the narrative of many into a voice unified for the common good.
Fathers’ rights advocate Stephen Krasner sheds light on the corruption in family court environments and the industries stemming from them.
Extortion and threats play out on a vast scale in divorce and child custody cases, often by infusing criminal elements into civil issues.
A Presidency built on HOPE will transition to a President-Elect who built a campaign predicated on HATE.
Our Nation’s Service Members and Veterans have lost homes, disability benefits, children, and lives at the hands of the courts in divorce and custody ordeals.
Who protects the FAMILY—mothers, fathers, and children—from becoming victimized by the underbelly of Child Protective Services (CPS)?
Do family court lawyers and judges really have the child’s best interest in mind?
Stephen Krasner writes on what to beware of in court while dealing with divorce.
Many lawyers and judges within this industry often dismiss and brush off those mothers and fathers who call out wrongdoings with the court and its players as being disgruntled or resentful.