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Are Men the Losers?

From my experience, "men are the losers". the other sex can do whatever they like, false allegations, bizarre allegations (disproved by Psychiatrist). What does she get for her torments - everything.

There is really very little that the Family Court does and can do…just a waste of space and time and tax payers money…it pays the Lawyers and "god"/Judge from the centerlink line. Even the Chief Justice Diana Bryant wants Section 117AB to be removed from the act. So people can make as many false allegations as they want with no recourse. The system is just a waste of money, time and space. Might as well flip a coin and demolish the family Court buildings and make it public housing and or house charitable/self help groups.   

Dads_R_Tops said
From my experience, "men are the losers". the other sex can do whatever they like, false allegations, bizarre allegations (disproved by Psychiatrist). What does she get for her torments - everything.

There is really very little that the Family Court does and can do…just a waste of space and time and tax payers money…it pays the Lawyers and "god"/Judge from the centerlink line. Even the Chief Justice Diana Bryant wants Section 117AB to be removed from the act. So people can make as many false allegations as they want with no recourse. The system is just a waste of money, time and space. Might as well flip a coin and demolish the family Court buildings and make it public housing and or house charitable/self help groups.
Well today in Parramatta a case concluded that had all the elements (and more) you write of.

In this case what did 'she' get? - nothing that she wanted!

SRL-Resources. the Family Law People on this site (look for the Avatars) www.srl-resources.org  Non gender Professional and peer support for SRLs. Closed site, no public forums, no search engines, no lurkers, guests or the other side and their Lawyer and Friends.
Shootings reportedly linked to child custody dispute

Simon O'Brien
July 11, 2009 - 7:23PM .


The two fatal shootings in South East Queensland on Friday are reportedly linked to a child custody dispute.

About midday a 47-year-old man was found dead, with a gun shot wound, in a communal car park of the Mercantile Place apartment complex on the river at Teneriffe Wharves in Brisbane's north, with police are treating the matter as a homicide.

Then at 8pm officers were following a car travelling through Laidley, west of Ipswich, when they lost sight of it. When the driver was found shortly later he was outside the town's police station on Spicer Street standing next to the car, holding a rifle, police allege.

He then took his own life.

The ABC reported Saturday that after the first incident, police received a phone call from a man claiming to have information about the shooting, which then led investigators to Laidley.

It reported the ABC had learned the shootings appear to be linked to a "bitter" child custody battle between the Newstead victim and a woman living on the Gold Coast.

Police have said they are investigating if the two incidents are linked

Day of judgement!

Dads_R_Tops said
From my experience, "men are the losers". the other sex can do whatever they like, false allegations, bizarre allegations (disproved by Psychiatrist). What does she get for her torments - everything.
It is the children who are paramount in parenting cases. The role of the parent is well considered and as mentioned above in a case this week a mother lost control of a child on her terms. The court was intolerant of the mother's causing tensions in the essential communication in respect of the child. The father with the best interests of the child in mind magnanimously and compassionately sought a continuation of the mother in the child's life.
The court appears to evaluate the parenting skills and attitudes of the parties and outcomes a reflected on that basis.
The father in the matter referred to presented very well under cross examination and the court was favouring his role in the child's life. The attitude of the mother noticeably riled the court and stood to be a peripheral person in her child's life.
Das_R_Tops said
There is really very little that the Family Court does and can do…just a waste of space and time and tax payers money…
Not sure which Family Court you attend Das_R_Tops but it is not as I have not observed them. The court is a 'House of Resolution' wherein it gives order to those who are unable to establish an ordered arrangement between themselves. At every opportunity the court steps back when the parties are likely to consent to orders. The court appreciates that when a party consents to an order that are more likely to abide by that order, and, when children are involved that is very much in their interests.
Many who I observe in court have a need to hurt themselves by causing the other party to react to them, this self perpetuating cycle often causes the parties to not appreciate that a relationship that allows their children to have unconditional love from all sides may grow to be a better person.
A journey through the court is a good time to reflect on how it is that one finds one's self there. It does allow an opportunity to reconfigure relationships which are more important than the orders.
Those who win in court are not immediately known. After some years the children will walk to the parent(s) they feel most comfortable with and who has not contrived any means of manipulating them. As when adults children have the capacity to adjudicate as to what occurred when their parent's were unable to communicate. It is possibly at that time for instance when they write their invitation list for a wedding or 21st that the real outcome is known.
Consider if  the wedding of your child is to be an occasion when both parents and their partners can freely intermingle and rejoice, or, their is need of lines of no-trespass so as to avoid violence.

'Men may be losers if they fail to see it all as it is'.

As I understand it Das_R_Tops you are yet to share your court (judgement) experiences. Are you appealing? On what grounds?

What is done for you, let it be done, what you must do, be sure you do it, as the wise person does today that what the fool will do in three days - Buddha
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