Seeking Your Input on Child Exchanges and Visitations

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August 19th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

We’re looking for feedback on your experiences with exchanges and visitations, particularly those involving those either professionally or informally supervised. We hope to write some articles over the next couple of months on what works, what doesn’t, and to include comments on particular service providers. If you’d like to be anonymous or to include your name, either is OK with us.

Many parents end up suffering the high expenses and interference of supervised visitations because of false allegations made by a malicious ex and how abusive courts regard parents as guilty until proven innocent, even when there is no evidence to substantiate the allegations. Yet despite the hassle and expense, sometimes these court ordered services actually do end up helping to clear up the false allegations. That’s because some of the providers are competent and honest enough to write accurate reports of how the children behave around both the falsely accused parent and the accusing or alienating parent and are not afraid to give examples of why it appears there are false allegations and parental alienation at work.

We’d like to help guide our readers to use facilities that are competent, fair, and honest and that use exchange and visitation monitoring techniques that are not overly intrusive yet can head off a lot of problems. If you’ve got recommendations for or against particular providers and techniques, it would be terrific if you would take a few minutes to write them down and forward them so others can benefit from your thoughts.

We understand that parents and children being subjected to the abuses of the family court system are particularly sensitive to making themselves targets for more abuse and may therefore want to retain anonymity. If this is a concern to you, please read Exercising Your Free Speech Rights Despite Government Harassment for more information on Internet tools that allow you to speak your mind without being persecuted by the government for it.

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  1. Mark Godbey
    August 26th, 2010 at 20:09 | #1

    Supervised visitation is another abomination of the VAWA and should be banished in all 50 states. Why? Because it is a violation of the 14th Amendment right to equal protection under the law. Married people are never treated this way with their children. When false allegations arise in divorce court, children and parents are stripped of their equal rights without the semblance of criminal due process. If courts do not provide equal protection for citizens of this country, married, not married, divorced or single when it comes to applying the law, then the law should be struck down as unconstitutional.

  2. One Of Millions
    August 31st, 2010 at 21:24 | #2

    Mark Godbey’s assertions regarding “Pay For Kids” time is 100% correct.

    It was brought on by the State Legislatures due to Judicial Incompetence, and the States have enacted UNconstitutional laws in an attempt to help incompetent Judicial Officers to make their absurd illegal decisions in family law.

    The only people who benefit from “Supervised Visitations” are the following:

    1- Lawyers- They establish cozy money-relationships with the Judicial officers and therapists who advocate this practice.

    2- Therapists- Only the rock-bottom of the barrel court prostitutes agree to this horrid practice of robbing children of their childhood, and encouraging children to hate one parent.

    3- Judicial Officers who are corrupt and “on-the-take”. Many have been accused of this in San Diego courts in particular. It certainly exists nationwide. Kickbacks seem to be the norm, not the exception.

    4- Those who earn their daily bread by calling themselves “visitation monitors”. These individuals are EXTREME LOW-LIFE’S who can not find real work. Even when the economy is very good, these are the excrement of the work-force, and nobody will hire them for real employment. So what is their alternative? The answer is obvious.

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