When the family court dysfunction further adds to the litigant’s burden

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Whatever the court setting, whether it is regarding divorce, child custody, parental support, probate matters, personal injury, property disputes, legal or medical malpractice, criminal charges, or other deeply personal issues, the frauds put forth in our courts add greatly to the trauma.

When litigants are unable to get fair resolution to their issues, when the court dysfunction further adds to the litigant’s burden, when no amount of actual case law compels an equitable outcome, litigants suffer often disabling levels of stress. When further attempts to achieve redress fail, litigants display the hallmark signs of Legal Abuse Syndrome (LAS).

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Children’s Rights and Family Law Reform

*The concept of Legal Abuse Syndrome was brought to the attention of this writer by investigative journalist Michael Volpe, who’s completing a book on the life and suicide of ones of its victims. The book’s pre-publication title is Bullied to Death: The Chris Mackney Story. (Dr. Huffer, incidentally, invites reports of cases like this one on her website’s Contact page.)

9b7e2-we2bthe2bpeople2b-2byour2bvoice2bin2bour2bgovernmentWe, the Undersigned, Petition the President of the United States to meet with Civil Rights Advocate Leon Koziol to reform child control laws which unduly infringe upon parental rights.

I support the “Open Letter to Barack Obama” found on the Internet at  as published by Leon Koziol, J.D. on May 11, 2011.

SPONSOR — Civil Rights Advocate Leon Koziol, J.D. National League of Fathers, Inc. Parenting Rights Institute.well2bbeing2bof2bchild6

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