A website for men--figure out what they are doing and thinking so you can respond effectively! I absolutely recommend this site. It gives the best advise and I returned to it constantly during my divorce and custody battle.
Foundation For the Child Victims of Family Court
The Foundation is a national 501 c 3 not-for-profit organization registered in New York that firmly believes in the rule of law under the Constitution on behalf of individuals’ legal and civil rights, and which disapproves of, and seeks to directly confront, the abuses of Family Court systems, Social Service agencies and harmful Child Protective Services across the country.
Sacramento Family Court Report, Great analysis of family court corruption
Divorce360 - Basic information about divorce in the State of Connecticut
A website for social commentary on the phenomenon of divorce.
A nonprofit independent scientific organization composed of respected scientists, clinicians, educators, legal scholars, and public policy analysts. We are committed to providing professionals and lay persons with the latest scientific information on issues that may affect the public's health and safety. We also seek to correct the misuse of psychological science to serve vested interests or justify victimizing vulnerable populations -- especially abused and neglected children.
Website for Dr. Karin Huffer provides information and guidelines on the enforcement of the ADA in Family Court along with additional information on Legal Abuse Syndrome (LAS). Ebooks available.
The website for Family Court in Connecticut.
The website for domestic violence advocate, Lundy Bancroft.
Website of Dr. Jeanne King, an expert in domestic violence and intimate partner abuse. Sign up for regular emails (einsights) with quick tips and suggestions regarding these issues.
Information and support regarding domestic violence among upper middle class and wealthy women
The website of Attorney Barry Goldstein of New Jersey, a long time advocate in the field of domestic violence. Provides useful legal articles and other information on the issue of domestic violence
Also associated with Attorney Barry Goldstein and Dr. Evan Stark, a website exposing domestic violence and supporting The Quincy Solution
If you need assistance during your divorce, i.e. food, utilities, etc., local to the Hartford area and Farmington Valley
Cathy's rather neglected site explaining how she does her primary blog DIC!
Educational site, access to teleconferences, local seminars, and webconferences on legal issues
The New APA Guidelines for Child Custody Evaluations!
Opportunities for healing, and links to JAC Patrissi who is an expert on domestic violence and abuse issues, located in Massachusetts
Good website with commentary on judicial abuse in Connecticut
Advise on how to manage divorce and custody situations from women who have already gone through the process
For information regarding judicial abuse in family courts all around the country see "Family Court in America at
This website includes multiple articles citing caselaw in regard to issues related to divorce. I found it an invaluable resource when it came to developing my arguments. I recall paying a modest fee for a yearlong membership, but many articles and resources are free. Some of the citations I recall being on the older side.
This is an interesting blog site about being married to an abuser;her story is universal to all of us.
A copy of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers professional ethics guidelines entitled "Bounds of Advocacy"
This organization is dedicated to ending the epidemic of Family Courts ordering children into the custody and control of batterers, molesters and rapists.
Website to support children of high conflict divorce who have endured physical, emotional, and sometimes sexual abuse from one of their parents
Absolutely Uncommon Analysis of Family Courts' Operations, Practices, and History
Tips and advice for self represented parties dealing with an abusive court system.
Panama Publishing writes detailed, informative, litigant friendly guidebooks on how to navigate your way through the family court system
A list of family court judges, lawyers, psychologists, and other officials who are known or believed to aid and abet child molesters and abusers in obtaining custody and control of their victims
This is an interesting blog that, since 2009, has tracked cases of father's abusing their children. Literally this blog has case after case after case. It's a depressing read, but certainly helps increase awareness regarding this ongoing problem.
How Child Protective Services Buys and Sells Our Children, a website that gives lots of information about the abuses of DCF
Mothers of Lost Children, an organization of fit Moms who have lost custody of their children after reporting abuse
Connecticut Organization that is very active in challenging Connecticut Judicial Abuse, headed by Ms. Cheryl Martone
Rhode Island blog by Anne Grant on Custody Scams around the country
A Maine blog regarding custody and divorce issues
New Jersey Support Group For Survivors of Domestic Violence
Crisis in The Family Courts
Reports on DCF's Medical Kidnappings around the country
Organization that provides legal support for victims of DV in custody disputes
Website about the probate courts and elderabuse
Journalist Michael Volpe, Crime Magazine, writes about injustice within the legal system
Very cogent website that gets into the nitty gritty of the abuses of family court. Includes insights that only true insiders would know about how family court works.
Website that tracks fatherhood initiative money by Doreen Ludwig
The Women's Coalition is working to end the systemic discrimination against women leading to the loss of their children.
Organization to protect the rights of protective mothers based out of New York City
Access Connecticut, supports the right of adoptees to obtain information about their biological parents
Website by protective mother Geerte Frenken whose daughter Jasmijn was trafficked through the Judicial System in the Netherlands to her US father
and also http://www.freejasmijn.com
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