Many of the cases I work with feature allegations of harm. The allegations can range from mild to severe, from a child being chastised, to a child being involved in an organised child sexual abuse gang. A case which features allegations of harm can create anxiety in the unaware practitioner because of the way in […]
I know from personal experience working on divorce and other family law cases in California for over 20 years that false allegations are very common and are often used to deny custody of the minor children to the other parent (which is usually but not always the father).
Even if you don’t follow celebrity news, it would still be incredibly difficult to avoid today’s news story regarding Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and their very public custody battle. Type ‘Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Judge’ into Google and approximately 26,400,000 results suddenly become available. The results from Google highlight the incredibly high number of news outlets that […]
The media does not discuss the issue of parental alienation in any depth because it does not fit into their narrative. Brad Pitt won in Court because he has the money to hire excellent attorneys, and the judge hearing his case is not biased against fathers. Most fathers involved in custody battles are not so fortunate.
[The following is written by an anonymous contributor] Easter Sunday, April 22nd, 1973. I saw my father for the very last time, when I was aged three. He travelled down to South Jersey to see me. I heard him knock on the door. My mother shushed me to my bedroom. I peeped through my Mickey Mouse […]
We were pleased to see Andrew Brigden, UK MP for North West Leicestershire championing the anti-parent alienation cause at Westminster recently. Of course, we are committed to and fully support all actions intended to bring this social pandemic to an end. So we’re very happy to relay Andrew’s comments: “Our family courts system has many […]
Readers might be in interested in this you tube talk. The work done by this man (Ronald P Rohner) has led to a paper by Professor Bill Bernet and colleagues in which they investigate whether there is an objective measure of psychological splitting. Psychological splitting is seen in severely alienated children. This work is so […]
It seems Anglo men finally have an advocate in the form of Britain’s most senior family court judge. The most senior family court judge, Sir James Munby has called for the abolition of male slavery and forced wealth transfer payments to women brought on by the divorce-industrial complex. In a speech to lawyers given just […]
It is about time that a member of the judiciary spoke out about the absurdity of requiring men to pay spousal support to women after divorce. This is not the 1950’s any more and treating women like they are all “Suzy Homemaker” is ridiculous. I would not be surprised if Sir James Munby retires very soon, either of his own volition, or due to intense pressure from the women’s lobby.
More married women are having breast enhancement surgery as part of the divorce process.
An article in the Telegraph states that more married women are having breast enhancement surgery as part of the divorce process.
“For most couples caught up in a divorce the prospect of dividing the property or making arrangements for the children are more than enough to worry about.
But for surprising numbers of British couples one seemingly unlikely expense is being viewed as an essential part of the separation process – plastic surgery.
Divorce lawyers have noticed a marked increase in seperations involving significant expense on cosmetic surgery including cases where the wife spends a significant slice of the initial settlement on treatments such as liposuction and breast enhancements.
One such firm, JMW Solicitors, based in Manchester, says it now handles dozens of such cases every year.
The firm, which handles about 300 separations annually, calculates that between five and 10 per cent of its caseload over the last three years involved cosmetic surgery.”
The author of this blog post, Stan Burman, is an entrepreneur and retired litigation paralegal that worked in California and Federal litigation from January 1995 through September 2017 and has created over 300 sample legal documents for sale. He believes in Father’s Rights as he has seen first-hand the incredible bias against fathers in the family law courts in California. He is currently working on creating several digital products that will assist fathers both in California and throughout the United States to represent themselves without an attorney in Court regarding custody and support issues.
Please note that the author of this blog post, Stan Burman is NOT an attorney and as such is unable to provide any specific legal advice. The author is NOT engaged in providing any legal, financial, or other professional services, and any information contained in this blog post is NOT intended to constitute legal advice.
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