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Friday, January 10, 2014

PAUL RAEBURN COMMENTARY ON DIVORCECORP AND THE CORRUPT FAMILY COURT SYSTEM IN AMERICA!

Divorce Corp.: Documentary Paints Horrific Picture of Intimidation, Collusion, and Excessive Billing in Family Courts

A man is jailed for criticizing a judge on his blog. Another is found in contempt of court for expressing frustration in private Facebook comments. An evaluator charges $7,500 for a single interview. Judges order divorcing parents to sell their homes. Lawyers contribute to judges' campaign funds to receive favorable treatment in court.

This kind of behavior is not what we expect in American courts, with our constitutional protections, but it is common in family courts, according to charges made in the independent documentary film Divorce Corp. opening in theaters in 15 states today.

For more information:


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/paul-raeburn/divorce-corp-documentary_b_4577155.html

2 comments:

  1. You really are schizophrenic, Lisa. Five posts ago you were blasting this nonsense 'movie'. So which is it: crap, or really crappy?

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  2. Hi, there! I checked five posts back and that was the letter written by Mary Seguin--nothing to do with Divorcecorp. However, you bring up a very important point that is troubling many protective mothers. For the better part, we agree with, say, 90% of the film. However, shared parenting as the solution? How quickly shall I say "no"! I also do not think that eliminating child support and alimony at this time is a good idea because I know so many families that remain in the most traditional, Dad goes to work while Mom stays at home with the children mode. I think that implementing a policy like that is too premature at this time. This is maybe a more simplistic way of putting it. However, I was not agreeing or disagreeing with Divorcecorp or endorsing anything because the movie came out with no advanced notice. I only just myself saw the movie yesterday and I'm still processing how I feel about it. Right now, I am just passing on the news regarding how other people feel about the movie rather than taking a position myself. I may actually take a position eventually. But the post you are referencing provides a link to a website built by protective mothers who have taken a particular stand and I think you as readers should be informed about it. As I said, I'm still standing back and thinking it over. Anyway, yes, schizo and proud, baby! And also, many people think they know me, or they identify me as someone and they are generally wrong. But guess on, my dear! That is your prerogative. Also, keep in mind that this is my blog. I can be as consistent in my views or not as I feel. If you don't like it, don't read my blog. That's fine with me!

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