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Sunday, April 24, 2005

More Losers than Winners...

Countless websites deal with divorce, custody and other family-law topics. A great many of these are put up by persons outraged at what they've gone through in their own experiences in court. Among sites with a reformist focus, many align themselves with one or another camp among family roles: thus there are sites that focus on husbands' legal woes and those that focus on wives'; sites for custodial and for non-custodial parents, for birth parents, for adoptive parents and for adoptees; and so forth. Yet dissatisfaction with the legal system's handling of family breakup, and outrage at exorbitant costs, tactical gamesmanship, judges with too much arbitrary power, unreliable expert opinion, and outright perjury and invention, are themes that weave through sites from all sides. Indeed, one lesson from comparing a variety of sites is that innocent parties of every sex, age and condition are victimized by legal hardball -- and that the process produces many more losers than winners.

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Archives of Family Law in "Overlawyerd" site.

3 Comments:

  • Maybe it's time to change this!

    By Blogger Randy, at 5:28 AM, April 28, 2005  

  • I totally agree with you there, Randy. It's amazing to see how many families have been abused by the legal system. They come from all walks of life. A nation cannot prosper if it destroys its own families.

    By Blogger JusticeSeeking, at 12:40 PM, April 30, 2005  

  • But for some reason the liberalists seem to think they have to control all that we say and do and our politicians go with them - why is that - why can they not see what they are doing to our families and our country - it just frustrates me so when the answer is so plain and so obvious yet we run from it.
    It seems as though many think if we take the easy way it is the right way - yet nothing that this country was founded on was ever easily achieved - we all have to start standing up and speaking out so that we can regain control of our families and in the long run out country too.

    By Blogger CapeCodGirl, at 7:51 AM, May 01, 2005  

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