Family Legal Abuse ~ How do we, as its victims, define it?
What IS Family Legal Abuse?
There are three types of government and/or court behavior that constitute family legal abuse:
1.) Family legal abuse is the set of human rights violations that stem from an unethical, immoral, and unconstitutional presumption on the part of judges, attorneys, and legislators that one of the two parties in a divorce must necessarily be treated with inequality.
2.) Family legal abuse is the set of human rights violations that result when overzealous social worker agencies seize children from good homes.
3.) Family legal abuse is the set of human rights violations that result when paternity fraud is encouraged, condoned, and incentivized by courts and legislators.
I hope these three definitions are helpful to you as we continue to spread awareness of this widespread American tragedy.