The War on Dads and Children
"how to fight it, and win"
What the publisher says:
This book describes the unholy war perpetrated by the myriad state agencies, perhaps in some cases unwittingly, against loving fathers remaining in their children’s lives post- divorce or separation. The author has had 5 Ombudsman Investigations to his credit, 3 were Parliamentary, his credentials are exemplary.
He has never been cautioned, charged or arrested, yet he and his children were subjected to the most appalling gender discrimination imaginable by multiple state agencies operating in secrecy.
This book is a ‘how to’ survive, and most importantly, protect vulnerable children and parents by exposing this institutional malpractice.
In a Family Law system designed for combative parents there is no real allowance for the views of children and any understanding of how Family Law ultimately impacts on children most of all.
We speak for the children in Family Law so that, finally, the children have a voice.
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