Parental Alienation In The Family Courts
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Written by: @TMDILH Published
The Family Court System Endorses Parental Alienation
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A family portrait from left to right with my mother, @TMDILH, my unimpressed daughter, my younger sister, her boyfriend and his huge dog, and the mother Dolores Alice Dukes on the front porch of our 150 year old matrimonial home.
Each one of these Family Court Orders took so much of a toll on me. I had NEVER been inside a courtroom before, and frankly, it did not take me long to figure out The Family Court System cannot deliver anything close to equality, justice or even sanity. In fact, I'm surprised I'm alive.
The Family Courts are a civil court meaning people involved are supposed to be civil and obey the terms of the Family Court Orders. These are not directly protected or enforced by police, but rather enforced by going back to The Family Courts. It's exactly the same if a neighbour were infringing on your property, you'd take them to court. You could call the police if they did something serious, but for the infringing, it's a Civil Court matter. The only way you to enforce a Family Court Order is to take the offending parent back through The Family Court System, the same system the person feels no obligation nor need to obey.
The Family Court System is SO backwards it's essentially the victim having to confront the agressor just to even file a Contempt of Court Motion against the bully in The Family Courts. Factor in a Restraining Order against the Non-Custodial Parent and you have a perfect storm, the Non-Custodial Parent risks legally going against a Restraining Order JUST to serve the papers to start the process. This is SO important to understanding how bad divorce in The Family Courts is because the Police will not honour Child Access denial unless you get a Judge to order Police Enforcement, which is very based on the Custodial Parent's interests, so certain people won't get one from your average Judge. Besides, who'd want the police extracting a child for visitation access? It's not the best for the child nor the Non-Custodial Parent, NONE of which is in the child's benefit. Essentially a lose-lose situation for everyone except the Custodial Parent.