Welcome to the Divorce Matters Podcast, where we give unfiltered, unadulterated guidance for how to
survive family courts. We will give you no-nonsense, straight forward strategies for beating the system.
We guarantee you won’t hear this advice anywhere else.
A reminder that we are not attorneys and this is not legal advice. However, we’ll help you more than any
attorney ever will.
What to do if you Lose Your Kids
So many mothers and fathers are losing their kids because of false allegations, misguided judges, or a bureaucratic system. Learn how Kenneth Rosa is navigating this minefield and how you can protect your self.
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Whistleblower Reveals CPS is Corrupt
Is the USA or USSR? Forged parent signatures? Blank removal order documents signed by real judges? Secret Recordings?
Yes, Sylvia Beachy is our first whistleblower and she reveals what's really happening behind the scenes with CPS and the Foster Care system. You will be shocked.
If you've had a run-in with Georgia CPS, you should have your case reviewed. Especially if you're in Guenette County, Georgia
Fighting Paternity Fraud and Child Support
Carnell Smith took his own paternity case to the US Supreme Court of the United States without an Attorney and after two meetings with the court, they told him "NO". He persisted and won his case using the law that he co-wrote with the Georgia Legislators.
Fighting a Moveaway
After 2 years of daily torture by vindictive eX who tried in vain to jail him 5 times, multiple zero proof restraining orders, 3 different states with DHS CPS cases with false allegations, a biased judge, incompetent and lazy multiple attorneys who are part of the problem who charge $435h, expensive supervised visits at $666 per 2 hours to be with his own kids.
You Lost an Important Hearing, What are Your Remedies?
Every case is different, so you have to kind of determine what happened and what your options are, usually an appeal can't be done, until there is a final decision in family law. Since you're dealing with children, and until they're either 18 or 21 if they're going to college. There can be no idle determination. So you have all these lower court rulings that can only be "appealed" by what's called a writ.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Pro Per (Self-Representation)
Advantages and disadavantes of pro per (Self-Representation)
What is pro per
Why pro per? Or attorney?
What are advantages and disadvantages of Pro Per
When do you know when to go Pro Per?
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Way to go!
Glad to see some resources aimed at surviving this never ending battle for our inalienable rights to be a parent and survive family court!! Keep up the good work!
Divorce court ruins all children’s lives. Talking about the insanity that states are doing to children to make money, is the only way to right this wrong. This podcast does just that.