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Someday Family Court Systems will be free of gender bias and free of the financial corruption inherent in Title IV-D

Bias and abuse of discretion cannot be tolerated when it comes to the "Best Interest" of our children. More eyes are needed on the Judges to ensure they are doing the work of the Court, any nothing more. Reform is needed on many levels, especially in the legal and psychological management of Parental Alienation cases.

Family Court Judges are operating outside of their judicial role when they present themselves as experts in areas other than law.

Targeted parents, especially fathers, start off at a disadvantage because the Family Division remains bias, working within the broken context of VAWA where false accusations of domestic violence and abuse are easy to sell and hard to shake.

Too often abuse of discretion by a Judge, compounded with inadequate training on PAS, can further alienate a targeted parent and child. Judges are increasingly disingenuous on visitation orders and unpunished non-compliance is teaching our children to disrespect the Court, leaving them with the impression that they too will be allowed to break the law.

We hereby petition All State Legislature to address the national crisis of our broken Family Court system where unilateral custody decisions by Judges, stepping outside of their judicial roles, violate Parents Rights in a silenced epidemic. In order to protect the "best interest" of children.

The undersigned, propose the implementation of a "Muti-disciplinary Jury Panel" for the Family Court Division to ensure that Judges operate within their Judicial role and provide for equality based orders that preserve the rights of parents to determine the best interest of their children as the rule, not the exception. Family Court Reform should include a Jury -


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