Why are judges unaware of the Custody Court Crisis when so many precious children are being harmed and even murdered. Are judges not listening?
I was supposed to testify as an expert witness to save a child from “The Penis Game” and a mother from a long prison term for trying to protect him.
Mothers are sounding alarm about NY domestic violence laws. Far too often violent batterers are awarded child custody with potential deadly consequences.
The court’s first duty should be a child’s health and safety but they routinely create shared parenting arrangements that put children in danger.
Four decades after domestic violence first became a public issue our courts still don’t understand why men abuse women. That’s dangerous for children.
Custody Court Crisis: Genia Shockome’s custody case should have been the easiest custody case ever. I lost my law license. Others lost their lives.
When custody courts deal with allegations of abuse and parental alienation they make dangerous decisions most of the time.
Sex abuse is still a part of Dylan Farrow’s life, as is the injustice that comes with the way we deal with sex abuse. We need to listen to survivors.
National Domestic Violence expert Barry Goldstein and Stop Abuse Campaign’s Andrew Willis discuss what we can do to fix the family court crisis.
Protective mothers have said for years that the flawed practices in custody courts hurt the children. Court officials have reacted defensively.
Want to learn the truth about family court? Then listen to some experts on the topic share their experiences and expertise.
New DOJ research shows family courts across the US are more worried about upsetting abusive fathers than they are about protecting vulnerable children.
Custody courts, like doctors, should commit to do no harm. Courts should not hurt children; but there is overwhelming evidence they often do.
Custody Court Crisis murders. Experts know that batterers use children to further abuse their partners, and that abusers sometimes kill their children.
Judge Gorcyca sent a 9, 10 and 13 year old to juvenile detention after they refused to meet their father. A lesson in the ‘success’ of forced reunification.
Shared parenting is promoted as the ideal situation for divorced parents, under the right conditions it might be, but it is an abuser’s best friend.
A review of Maralee McLean’s book “Prosecuted but not Silenced” that illustrates how America’s family courts typically harm children and good mothers
The Safe Child Act has the potential to improve our broken family court system in dramatic ways.
3 innocent children sent to jail, compared to Charles Manson and sent for reunification treatment that has been described by some victims as threat therapy