This bi-partisan family law reform group is for any parent who wants their children to live in a society free from class exploitation and unjust inequality, with a child support and judicial solution that meets the changing needs of 21st-century families. Ideal members are non-custodial parents – both men, and women – who pay child support or have been the target of parental alienation (or both).
Many of us are deeply concerned by how our polarizing family court has enraged and embroiled our families in dispute for more legal and expert fees. Every member is encouraged to share their story and to contribute to a better group understanding of the core issues and current power holders in our child support and family court system. Group Meetups will facilitate supportive relationships between individual members while building strength in numbers as we expose the problem and prove that the child support system and family court works together to damage families and violate basic constitutional and human rights.
As grassroots discontent with child support laws and family court corruption continues to grow both locally and around the country, a new round of legal cases is establishing the legal and moral basis for resistance. We will leverage these activities and sentiment to increase the size of our group. Members can optionally participate in small non-violent actions to increase tension as conditions ripen for a catalytic event that will starkly and clearly convey the problem to the public.