Resolving Conflict in Family Court
Is there a better way to resolve conflict than how we currently see cases being managed?
On Pro Advocate Radio we raise tough issues including the pitfalls faced by families who enter the court system without first understanding the process, the professionals managing litigation, paperwork, billing records and reports. We know that transparency and accountability are virtually absent, so what can be done about this?
Is it safe for parents and children to trust this system and blindly follow instructions?
Learn from true stories and case studies about what needs to change in family court, and ask for guidance on navigating this process safely and with less stress and cost.
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Photo credit to Rick McGee of The Augusta Chronicle, and recognition to The Augusta Chronicle for a solid series of articles on the problems faced by parents, children, grandparents and ethical professionals in this judicial district.
Note: we are in the process of editing content to reduce frustration and confusion that may be felt due to the sensitive nature of this broadcast. Parties to litigation have their own perspective on situations and any statements made by our guests are not to be taken as fact, but as opinion, and are not to be taken as the opinions of the hosts, sponsors or stations airing this show.
What is important is for our audience to hear is that there are inherent traps in how family court works, and that professional misconduct is a serious issue, especially around the failure to use evidence to protect children.