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Child Support Kills
Child Support Kills highlights tragic events induced by inequitable child support laws and by the people who are sworn to accurately interpret and appropriately apply these laws. It is also designed to provide the reader guidance (not legal advice) on how to effectively challenge unlawful discretionary decisions made by district court judges presiding over child support court so that they can avoid becoming a criminal or mortality statistic—hence the subtitle—How To Avoid Becoming A Child Support Casualty.
Like taxes, child support is a necessary evil, but unfortunately for non-custodial parents who are usually men, the laws and tactics used to enforce child support is just as biased and destructive as the laws used to enforce the collection of delinquent taxes—even worse. Non-custodial parents have been persecuted by the court system since the inception of America and the formation of the universal judicial system. When a court case involves child support, adjudicators have persistently failed to choose common sense and reasonableness over irrationality and unbridled venom. The courts’ broad discretion regarding child support, coupled with criminally biased child support enforcement policies, has created more casualties worldwide than all the historical crime waves combined.
There are no acceptable excuses for non-custodial parents who willingly decide to evade their financial responsibilities as parents, nor is it the intent of this book to make any excuses for them or to provide guidance for further evasion. Family laws are certainly necessary to make sure “deadbeat” parents are held responsible for co-creating a life and providing the basic necessities and resources to sustain that life. However, rather than approaching each child support case or situation objectively, adjudicators have consistently abused their discretion under the “best interest of the child” premise—which has significantly contributed to the systematic manufacturing of “deadbeat dads”. It is this type of abuse that has destroyed bonds between parent and child, driven a great number of non-custodial parents to kill senselessly, or caused parents and children to commit suicide—hence the title of this book—Child Support Kills.
The ultimate reality for child support is that a child was conceived and as a result, will require adequate care and financial support to ensure it has the highest probability of surviving in the society in which it was born. The challenges, outcomes, and stigma associated with child support are universal; therefore, the injustice associated with child support enforcement is a universal dilemma as non-custodial parents are plagued with worldwide abuse of judicial discretion, which too often ends in senseless death.
There are always two sides of any story, but until adjudicators realize this fact and assess each child support case objectively, and legislators revamp the antiquated family (child support) laws to better promote and ensure unbiased and equal adjudication, deadbeat parents will continue to be manufactured, family values will continue to dissolve, and the inconspicuous victimization of innocent children will continue to escalate.
You can go to any library or book store to obtain a book on how to effectively navigate through the child support system or courts. However, Child Support Kills is the only book of its kind that illuminates the negative impact of a severely antiquated and unjust system. Rather than spoon feeding the reader subjective statistics or self-serving skewed data, Child Support Kills will introduce you to real stories and true accounts of murders and suicides that occurred because the fathers depicted felt that they had no alternative defense against draconian child support enforcement tactics or coping with unjust decisions made by the “family” court. Unfortunately, the fathers who are depicted in this book didn’t have an opportunity to learn how to “force the hands of justice” prior to causing the demise of their children’s mother, their innocent children, administrators or officers of the court, innocent bystanders, or taking their own lives.
For those non-custodial parents who are anticipating or currently engaged in a fight against child support injustice, Child Support Kills will serve as a valuable resource by revealing a proven strategy for tipping the scales of justice in their favor while facing an inequitable and biased child support system.