The Undeclared War We Fathers Fight

We fathers - and our families - are engaged in a battle within a larger undeclared war against our culture - against Western civilization - against our entire way of life. Unless we respond immediately, we are headed for extinction.

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

It's Only About MONEY - Your Money

Our famillies are systematically being destroyed. In the process, the system is taking our money. One way to fight back is stop giving them your money. That includes child support. Demand custody of your children, and settle for no less than equal shared custody. Both parents are required to support their children equally thus, with equal custody, no child support. Go on the record demanding legal sole custody with the wife as the non-custodial parent. You most likely will not get it, but it’s on the record. You can always then refer to the fact you demanded full custody when you refuse to pay their extortion.
Also and first and foremost, don’t retain an attorney. When you do, you’re feeding the system. Attorneys are a big part of the problem. They win, ie. get your money, whether you win or lose, and you will most likely lose. At least, if you don’t hire an attorney, along with your children, you won’t lose your hard earned money.

It’s not that difficult to go into the courtroom prepared. There is enough information available now for anyone with average intelligence to act in their own behalf. It’s called in propria persona - in your own person. Consider it an adventure, like an extreme sport. It’s actually quite fun. If us dads all did go into the courtroom representing ourselves, the attorneys would not get our money. If the attorneys get your money, they win, you lose. Don’t give them your money. I explain this and much more in Deadbeat Dad here:

The attorney’s aren’t going to go all out for you anyway. If they do, they risk offending the judges. When was the last time you heard of a divorce attorney appealing a case in the best interest of his client? Divorce attorneys won’t risk challenging the judge, as they will most likely have to represent their next client before that same judge again and can’t risk the judge's ire. The only person in the divorce racket who is allowed to have an 'anger management' problem are judges. And many of them do.

Besides, the judge, your attorney and your ex-wife’s attorney quite likely play golf together and laugh about what a racket they've got going.

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