San Diego Custody Evaluators Generate Cash Flow by Victimizing Families Using Restraining OrdersWritten by: Dr. Emad Tadros Print This Article
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Once someone like Stephen Doyne, ill-reputed San Diego custody evaluator, or many of his Associate Family Court Dismantlers recommend a restraining order between two parents, the divorce industry is on its way to milking profits from yet another family. The Honorable Judge is highly likely to rubberstamp such recommendations. Why? We suspect many, perhaps most, have been receiving unpublicized Election Campaign Donations from such people. Such judges know how to support their financial backers.
As soon as the restraining order is issued, if mom or dad tries to communicate on any level, it will be considered a crime! No collateral contacts of any type are allowed — no priests, no friends, no family members of any side, no direct or indirect contact or any US mail or email or phone communications from any parent is allowed. Why? The divorce industry wants to isolate the parties from each other, sticking themselves in the middle where they can be sure to encourage the parents to fight until they exhaust their funds by limiting, monitoring, and controlling all communications.
The court then finds itself justified to make the next move by ordering a “mediator” such as Doyne & Associates. Stephen Doyne and those like him charge for back and forth phone communications between parents because it is now illegal for parents to communicate by any means by order of the court. Every phone call is about $75 or more to each parent. The more phone calls claimed, the richer the dismantlers become. Even if there is a simple inquiry about food for the children, instructions for medication, or questions about a school assignment, with a restraining order on board the divorce industry profiteers will be the only ones making the calls. They make a fat check from back and forth phone calls between them and both parents, turning a few minutes direct conversations into claims of several phone calls. The court won’t allow verification of such calls, so families should be rightly wondering just how many of them were actually placed and how long they took.
Imagine this order is enforced for a few years. Would this order alone pay the evaluator’s or mediator’s house payments? Would this order compel such dismantlers serving the court order to more generously contribute secretive judicial election campaign funds?
While conducting endless “mediation sessions,” the mediator can scope out the family’s money. A simple address can go a long way in providing asset information, along with the help from some computer research via “skip-tracing”. Attorneys have this special investigative access, and of course the attorneys talk with the dismantlers over the phone. When the mediator realizes that one of the parents wears expensive clothing, not yet in tattered rags, it’s clear there is more money to be milked. Having a nice car is another sign of profits to come. Even mentioning the grandparents and what they do and where they live is an indication of how the extended family can be milked for profit.
If a parent refuses to offer a subtle bribe, one that is requested by the dismantlers via subtle blackmail threats to reduce child/parent time and destroy the relationship if the parent does not pay, the dismantlers will switch positions to favor the parent paying more money. Subsequently the mediator, through subtle language with the evaluator’s prompting, fabricates claims that this “cash-cow parent” need only to go to one of the Doyne’s associate therapists at $250-300 a session on a weekly basis for unlimited months. The recommendation will stand until the child turns 18 years old or as long as the parents are financially open for the racket to leech on them down to the bone.
The referred therapist confirms the same subtle financial observations of this “cash-cow parent”. The therapist returns the favor back to associate-therapist-dismantlers by making further court recommendations through the evaluator or mediator to request supervision of the “cash-cow” parent at $200 an hour to be with his/her child(ren).
One of the mothers we know was Teacher of the Year, yet was required to be supervised to see her kids over the weekend. At Doyne’s recommendations she paid a supervisor $200 an hour for a total of many hours every weekend with cost of thousand of dollars per month, going only to the Supervisor recommended by Doyne and ordered by the court. She and her family were robbed of a total of $2.3 million while making her undergo supervised visits with her kids! Supervisited visits are often imposed on good parents to engage in piracy of their income and assets.
Does Doyne himself get kick-backs to be a supervisor on other cases where he mutually refers to a limited number of court service providers? Such referrals would be very mutually lucrative. The Court maintains that they do not keep a list of providers, but the Court has been working with the same providers over, and over, and over for many years!
This racketeering of professionals, including mutual referrals and kickbacks to each other, operates such that every family dismantler functions in all three roles (evaluator, mediator, therapist), all distributed over different cases, all by court orders. Seldom do other professionals outside the court service racket providers get involved as the subtle destruction language that is aimed at the parents’ retirement funds and children’s college funds is planned to continue until the family is totally broke and their funds are siphoned into the dismantlers’ pockets.
Do any of these unprofessionally collected funds go directly to the unpublicized, illegal, and secretive judicial election campaign funds? Does any one know? Or are we, the public, now placed in a position to never be able to figure this out about our judges?
The public asks the question and needs answers as to why 33 out of 26 San Diego County Family Court judges do not report or fill out their California Form 700 Statement of Economic Interests which is their formal Election Campaign Funds reporting? Would that fit the definition of a racket? The above mentioned figures are backed up by real and concrete evidence.
Doyne has been very clever by relying heavily on his smooth connections, racketeering operations, experienced con-artist appearance, fake vocabulary, and impressing our judiciary. Despite the evidence of Doyne’s questionable credentials and profiteering, Doyne continues to be favored by our Family Court Judiciary. Does anyone wonder why?
Greed driving the fraud and abuse in family courts isn’t limited to the judges, lawyers, custody evaluators, mediators, and therapists. There are a whole load of other parties who also benefit and sometimes conspire similarly. They include minors’ counsel, parental coordinators, case managers, supervised exchange monitors, and supervised visitation monitors. There are also “special masters” who are there to charge thousands of dollars extra to do the court’s own job dividing up property, examining evidence, and other tasks that judges should be doing.
Those in the know are clear that taking on the family dismantlers in San Diego courts will fail easily, not because the cause is without merit but because the corruption and the practice of covering each other’s backs is so embedded in the divorce industry culture that it is like one well-tuned big, giant, destructive machine, even when mistakes are glaring. Former San Diego City Attorney Michael Aguirre advised that the San Diego judiciary is corrupt and any cases against it and its interests are doomed to fail unless they are heard outside the county courts.
Good luck to the San Diego public being victimized by this system. They’ll need it in spades to get anything but misery out of the San Diego family dismantlers.
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