It’s a relief — not a victory.
The sad part is my kids don’t get much of me and my happiness. They get something less than joyful, most of the time. I can see it and feel it in them.
Fixing the divorce court system could change our fatherless society.
No matter how tempting that overindulging may seem.
Separating children from good and fit parents is wrong regardless of whether it happens at the border or in our family court systems.
Divorcing a spouse with a high-conflict personality can make a good divorce go bad, and quickly. Detox your divorce and protect yourself with these smart legal moves.
The broken family court system is exposed in this e-book anthology by GMP contributor Stephen Krasner.
Perhaps the hardest thing to admit is that you can’t save them; they have to do the work.
This tends to be the plight of many parents and advocates who speak-out (and up) on behalf of the dysfunction and injustice surrounding family law ordeals — and the ethical quagmires as they relate to the players of family courts.
Following the money takes you on a convoluted path of trickle down funding, incentivized motives, political distributions, allotments buried in legislative meeting minutes and contracts all forming one very tangled web within the lucrative industry of Family Law.
The Family Law industry has established for itself a special place in the judicial system where it predicates its authority and standing by placing itself above the law — or outside of its view.
After divorce, one father finds a way to diminish the sadness of missing his children.
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.
How can anyone with first-hand experience of this dreadful tragedy, advise others to engage in a legal war to divorce?
Fathers’ rights advocate Stephen Krasner sheds light on the corruption in family court environments and the industries stemming from them.
Matt Sweetwood has learned the hard way, being a good guy in a divorce is not only the right thing to do, it’s the smart thing as well.