Lies Divorce Courts Tell: Best Interests of the Child
What Divorce Courts say: The divorce court can deprive you of your fundamental rights as a parent in the best interests of the child.
What the United States Supreme Court says: “The Constitution protects all individuals, male or female, married or unmarried, from the abuse of governmental power, even where that power is employed for the supposed benefit of a member of the individual’s family.” Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pa. v. Casey, 505 US 833 – Supreme Court 1992
Analysis: The divorce court takes away your protected right to make decisions for you child and makes those decisions for you. They say they do this in the best interests of the child or in other words “for the supposed benefit” of you child “a member of [your] family.” This is exactly what the United States Supreme Court says that divorce courts may not do.
WATCH RON AND SHERRY teach you how to stand up to this abuse of power here:
They may not do it to fathers (male) and they may not do it to mothers (female). They may not do it to married people which is what you are up to the point where the court issues a divorce order. They may not do it to unmarried people which is exactly what you are the moment the judge signs the divorce order.
The reality is that divorce courts in this country operate under a lie. That lie is that they have authority to act in the best interests of your child to deprive you of your fundamental liberties based on nothing more than a change in your marital status. The reality is that they have no such authority and are in fact violating the Constitution every time they do so. Why do they get away with this? Because parents don’t know how to simply point and say “but he’s not wearing anything at all.” Just like in the story The Emperor’s New Clothes by Hans Christian Anderson people can operate under a mass delusion that something is OKAY when in fact it is very much NOT OKAY.
Much like the tailors in the The Emperor’s New Clothes story the 50 Billion Dollar Divorce Industry lives in terror of someone pointing out that they actually have no authority. Are you, like the young boy in the story, prepared to stand up in court and declare that the divorce court judge has no authority? We teach people how to do this safely and effectively.
If you have had enough of Divorce Court Lies join our national chorus singing, “but he’s not wearing anything at all.”
First step is to get the book and learn what your rights are: “NOT in The Child’s Best Interest” (If you don’t have this book and you don’t know your rights you don’t have the most powerful and important tool that protects you and your child.)
Second step is to update your pleadings and assert your rights.
Third step is to learn how to use your rights just like the lunch counter protesters starting exercising their right to eat at the lunch counters in the restaurants. Learn how to argue protection of your rights through the classes and our practice simulator. Click here to watch a sample video and enroll:
(I know it’s difficult to think that you have to learn one more thing, but if you don’t people will take advantage of you. If you want independence and you want to be free to continue to make decisions for yourself and your child without the constant control of the courts and your ex, you’re going to have to take it back from them.)
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Beginner's Guide to Family Law
A Simplified Path to Parental Rights
For a loving parent, a child custody suit can be a time of terror. The most important thing in your life is at stake and it doesn't take long to figure out that the system is rigged against you. This book provides simple straight forward and easy to understand ways to help ensure that your rights get protected. This is the starter guide for you to protect your rights.