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We need to keep the pressure on the NH Family Courts by educating the public about the numerous injustices occurring. Please feel free to send us your information for posting. I have not had any recent dealings with the court system so I do not have current information to post. The best way to deal with these unethical judges, guardian ad litems and lawyers is to post as much on them as you can so that people do not want to do business with them. I have personally known judges that have their own practices as most judges are attorneys first. Hit these people where it counts. Their wallets. Starve them out and cut off their funds. When people do not want to use their services, they will have to change their evil ways or be unemployed.

Thursday, September 29, 2011

How Have Individual People Been Dealing With The Loss Of Their Children From Judicial Child Abuse – One Step Mother Tries To Appeal To NH Administrative Judge Edwin W. Kelly – Read Her Story.

The story is all too familiar.  Many of us that have been involved with the NH Family Court System find that it is unfair, unjust and far from unbiased.  It seems that our family court system is destroying our families instead of trying to help them.  Why would that be?

Money seems to be a driving factor in the modern family court system.  This is a multibillion dollar business.  Judges and Marital Masters are employed by family’s misfortunes.  Let’s not forget about the court staff that is also employed in this business.  How about the GAL’s that make money from this system or the therapist that have to be involved in many of these cases.  What about the people that the state employs with DHHS that have jobs collecting the millions of dollars in child support that is court ordered for which federal funds are diverted to the state to employ these people. 

Did I mention the attorneys that litigate these cases too?  Let’s not forget these people.  At fees of $250 and up per hour, how many of these attorneys’s feel the need to keep the litigation to a minimum? 

Saturday, September 24, 2011

The NH House Redress Committee and the Sliver of Hope, the Shimmer of Light, will Expose a Corrupt Family Court System or allow us to Embrace and support the hard work of the Judiciary and the other officers of the court.

Two Stories (Read Last Two Post)…………………

One side fights hard so you can hear the story………. Fighting Hard for the Kids that need to be heard and have been hurt by those   …………

That are on the Other Side……

The side that fights hard to make sure you never hear the story ……………
There is yet another side - A side that sees the benefits of the NH Redress Committe and the benefit of oversight for both sides. 

The story of the why the judiciary and officials of the courts would rather hurt the kids, than make decisions that will help them to become the happy, well adjusted, individuals, they deserve an opportunity to be and who will someday become parents themselves.    

Why such extreme differences in opinion when it comes to kids?

Redress Panel Threatens Autonomy Of Three Branches - From The Sunday June 5, 2011 Nashua Telegraph

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Redress panel threatens autonomy of three branches


Guest Commentary

Our constitution requires that judges be “as impartial as the lot of humanity will admit.” It also provides for three separate branches of government that are as independent of each other “as is consistent with the chain of connection that binds the whole fabric of the constitution in one indissoluble bond of union and amity.”
Curious 18th-century phrases? Or pithy prescriptions for a healthy democracy?

I choose to believe the latter.

The founders called for neither a system of justice where judges were expected to be above the people or perfect in their decisions. Rather, they called for judges who reflected the people, judges as impartial as the lot of humanity will admit.

And recognizing that judges will err, our founders also established the mechanics of judicial review or, in modern parlance, an appellate system.

As for the relationship between and among the branches of government, our state constitution clearly stated that the executive, legislative and judicial branches function as a single unit, but retain strict independence from one another in those areas of government given exclusively to each.

NH: Legislature Holds Impeachment Proceedings for Master in Family Court - From The Fathers And Families Website

NH: Legislature Holds Impeachment Proceedings for Master in Family Court

May 27th, 2011 by Robert Franklin, Esq.

The following was contributed by Fathers and Families Reader, David D. Vandenberg.

Anyone who has been forced to deal with the Alice-in-Wonderland procedures of family courts knows that one enters a totally different world than what we expect American jurisprudence is to be. One federal appellate judge, after reviewing a case in New Hampshire family court stated, “This must be what courts in Bolivia do.”

But it appears that at least one group, the New Hampshire General Court, or legislature, is taking real steps to end the abuse of families in family court. They are impeaching judges and marital masters, who have failed to comply with state and federal statutes and ignored constitutional protections.

Article 8 of the New Hampshire Constitution provides for the Accountability of Magistrates and Officers.  To that end, the legislature, instituted a procedure for the Redress of Grievances. About 150 years ago, this committee was retired, until now.