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Corrupt Judges in the Twelfth Circuit Court Florida

Legal Abuse Syndrome in Family Court In litigation, particularly 12th Circuit Family Court, lives can be devastated, life savings wiped out, homes and families ruined, child relationships destroyed and unqualified Judges making life long decisions about your children that don’t have a clue of “the best interest of the child” Many people will experience corruption in our legal system with judges, lawyers, court appointed “expert” witnesses, and others. Attempts to get the corruption addressed or even recognized by authorities are met with deaf ears and complete ambivalence. The response from those agencies, “it’s a civil matter”.

There is nothing civil in Family Court that involves custody of our most valuable asset, our children. • Many times litigation is combined with changes in life that, in and of themselves, can cause stress, depression or worse, may end up like Thomas Ball • Add the expense, injustice and insanity of the Family Court system and you double the problems not to mentions the adversarial position the courts takes against pro se litigants and the right to be a parent • Compound the above with the fact that many times affordable help for the above is either non-existent, ineffective or, at best, hard to find. • Add to that the fact most feel that the wrongs can never be made right and the war will never end, our children suffer needlessly while attorneys and others make a profit from our heartaches.

The degree of insanity one can run into with litigation is beyond description. Litigation can leave you feeling like a person without a country, alone, filled with rage beyond words, depressed and even suicidal, homicidal or both. It can go on for years and you will wonder if you will ever feel normal again. As Always FOLLOW THE MONEY