Chief Justice John Pascoe has told the National Family Law Conference in Brisbane family law had become increasingly complex.
Earlier this year, Attorney-General Christian Porter announced plans to merge the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court, promising it would ease the significant delays and costs for people stuck in the system.
The M List
Category: Family Law Courts
Created: Wednesday, 11 April 2018 20:06
Written by F. McKenzie
The M list referred to by the family Court is not about truth or justice. It is not about protecting abused children. It is a game, designed to create money for the people working there.
The court is the meeting place that hand delivers children to abusers and pedophiles.
The court is like an ocean, the independent children's lawyers, barristers, judges are sharks 🦈 They look for the small fishes, the ones who are bleeding and devour them.
If a child is under the age of twelve, it doesn't matter how much faith you have or how hard you fight to protect them you can't. Our law does not allow protective parents to protect their children.
This is a game you can't win.
If I didn’t witness what happens behind these corrupt walls, I wouldn't of believed it.
Wolves do hide in sheep's clothing. And their lair is the courtroom.
Mothers labelled as delusional by courts
Category: Family court ordered child sexual abuse
Created: Wednesday, 28 March 2012 08:57
Written by Sean Ford - The Advocate
COURTS are giving alleged sex abuser fathers custody of their children in Tasmania, a child protection expert says.
Mothers alleging such abuse are being declared mentally ill or delusional and to be the "dangerous parent", according to Professor Freda Briggs, a former Scotland Yard child protection officer who visited the Coast in September.
"Having recently spent time in Tasmania, I am concerned that no-one appears to be protecting very young children from father-child incest when there is a case pending in the Family Court or a Family Court order is in place," Prof Briggs said in a letter to Premier Lara Giddings in December.
Mothers 'labelled dangerous'
The high price mothers pay when filing for divorce
Category: Court Ordered Abuse
Created: Wednesday, 23 October 2013 23:43
Written by Laura Wellington - Huffington Post
There is a very frightening reality these days for moms considering divorce. It’s a reality that numerous women assembled at the Monmouth County Superior Courthouse in New Jersey today are determined to raise awareness about, in hopes, of inciting change while calling the competency of judges such as Judge Paul Escandon in question.
Like Judge Paul Escandon, a number of judges are on the hot seat for being allegedly biased against mothers and ruling in the favor of fathers in divorce and custody proceedings. And whereas, in some cases, such rulings are warranted, in others, they are not.
The peaceful protest rallying together in Monmouth County Monday was doing so to protect “Abused Children Of Divorce and Separation.” These moms are seeking to have courts dig deeper into cases and become more educated in determining divorce and custody rulings that meet the optimum needs of the children involved. The claim is that the manner in which Family Court handles these cases is not only archaic but in certain “high conflict” situations, the manner is barbaric. High conflict cases comprise many meanings, folks, including granting custody to documented abusers and pedophiles.
Turnbull government orders first ever review of the Family Law Act
Category: Family Law Courts
Created: Thursday, 17 August 2017 14:37
Written by Australian Financial Review
Pauline Hanson's One Nation party went to last year's federal election with a policy of abolishing the Family Court and replacing it with a tribunal of "mainstream Australians".
The Turnbull government is expected to shortly commence the biggest review of the Family Law Act since it was introduced in 1976, amid pressure from Pauline Hanson to address the rights of fathers under the Act.
Questioned by Senator Hanson at a Senate committee hearing on Friday, Attorney-General George Brandis indicated the terms of reference for a review by the Australian Law Reform Commission would be released shortly, saying that the government wanted to hold the widest possible review of the workings of the Act.