These solicitors : Kim Rowley, Sam Nasti, Robert McLachlan, Kathryn Renshall, Ross Clarke and Barrister Peter Braine are the hit men for the Department and for the NSW Childrens Court. They started a so called mentor programme when the childrens courts started in 1998. [Their] Ex-clients strongly warn everybody to stay away from these solicitors, as they will pretend that they are working for you but have already made agreements with the department and the courts that your child will stay in care.
Peter Braine is a bully and talks down to women. His favourite line is "Legal Aid does not pay me enough money to work on your case". He complains about lack of money and does not take instructions from his clients. He does not explain anything to you and will not answer emails or telephone calls. He often states paying customers are on the top and legal aid clients are on the bottom. He lies to his clients telling them false information and is abusive in his manner. He is not to be trusted. His office has paperwork all over the ground and he often loses important documents. He will not put evidence in for you and often tells his clients false information so they will give up and walk away.
Robert McLachlan is good friends with Kathryn Renshall, another DoCS lover. They do mentions for each other. Robert McLachlans wife is in the childrens courts - Magistrate Ellis. Stay away from the law firm Ellis McLachlan solicitors at North Sydney.
The rest are just as bad and all take it in turns to be child advocates, solicitors for the department and also solicitors for the parent. They're also responsible for training the younger solicitors who are coming up through the ranks to take instructions from them. So that is why we do not have honest solicitors who will fight for the parent. Their tight little club obstructs the true role of the childrens court and exchanges it for pilfering as much blood money from the government to traffick innocent children from innocent families, and makes it near impossible for any parent to have a decent chance in the childrens court as they run the show. This article ought to get a few bites :-)
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