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  • Busted! Dr. Stephen Doyne: Former Clients Expose His Failure as a Custody Evaluator
    “Kill All the Lawyers” — William Shakespeare, Henry VI, Part 2, Act IV, Scene 2 The widespread condemnation of one San Diego custody evaluator probably won’t end until he’s dead.  Hopefully sooner rather than later. Poor man. He’s been proven to have falsified his resume, performed work for San Diego family courts without qualifications, defrauded clients by […]
  • The Science of Good Parenting
    There are thousands of books about how to raise a happy, successful child.  But under scrutiny it becomes obvious that almost all of these books are based on “conventional wisdom”–wives’ tales, folklore, cultural norms, and family tradition.  Yet, what is that worth? Just because your parents raised you a certain way doesn’t mean it was […] The post The Scie […]
  • “Best Interests of the Child”–Fact or Lyrical Poetry? Family Court Professionals Disclose the Truth
    Let’s swim to the moon, uh huh Let’s climb through the tide Penetrate the evenin’ that the City sleeps to hide Let’s swim out tonight, love It’s our turn to try Parked beside the ocean On our moonlight drive** Confused about what “best interests of the child” means?  You’re not alone.  So are judges, attorneys, and especially psychologists.  At AFCC’s 2006 n […]
  • Busted! Divorce Attorney Slides Into Oblivion–The Tragic End of a Crooked Lawyer: Marilyn Bierer, San Diego Divorce Lawyer
    Her clients’ reviews are the story of her demise: “Marilyn Bierer is an abusive alcoholic who charged a fortune and yelled at me constantly,” says former client “J.W.”; “Dishonest, hotheaded, and unethical,” says one San Diego mom who paid her tens of thousands of dollars and got creamed.  “Marilyn Bierer and Associates not only got […] The post Busted! Divo […]
  • A Poem: I Am An American
    I Am an American   They say I’m humble, ‘most to a fault. I’m an American. I think of giving without a thought. I’m an American. I drive a pickup in a parade. Honor promises not often made. My favorite drive through sells only lemonade. I am an American. There’s a ballpark in my front […] The post A Poem: I Am An American appeared first on Weightier Matter. […]
  • California Coalition Teams with Families Civil Liberties Union, Florida Family Coalition, and Other Groups Nationwide to Save Taxpayer Dollars by De-Funding OVW Grants
    March 23, 2017–San Diego, CA; New York, NY; Sarasota, FL–California Coalition for Families and Children, PBC announces today it is expanding its partnership with nationwide coalitions including the Families Civil Liberties Union and the Florida Family and Children Constitutional Coalition to lobby incoming Attorney General Jeff Sessions to de-fund federal gr […]
  • Family Civil Rights Coalitions Deliver Letter to HHS Secretary Price Suggesting Taxpayer Savings by De-Funding of Title IV-D
    March 22, 2017–New York, NY, San Diego, CA, Sarasota, FL–Today Families Civil Liberties Union, New York Chapter, California Coalition for Families and Children, PBC, and the Florida Family and Children Constitutional Coalition, Inc. in announcing delivery of a letter to the incoming Secretary of the United States Health and Human Services Department, Dr. Tho […]
  • New Video: Domestic Dispute Industry Increasingly Wary of the Destructiveness of Custody Evaluations
      Up To Parents (www.uptoparents.org) has released a new series of four short, free YouTube videos explaining why custody evaluations almost never help parents achieve their child’s best interests, are frequently highly destructive–even deadly–and always cost far more than they’re worth.  Charlie Asher, JD, founded Up To  Parents to empower parental autonomy […]
  • Is There A “Good Divorce” for Kids? Child Custody Researchers Debate the Research: “It’s a Myth”
    They say opinions are like … never mind.   And everyone of course has a favorite opinion or two about child custody.  Yet regardless of whose … opinion … you prefer, in Family Court every custody evaluator, lawyer, judge, and litigant’s opinion seems to be different.  Dad’s rights groups and pro-“friendly parent” organizations such as AFCC may […] The post I […]
  • Four Legendary Experts Discuss the Nature, Causes, and Effects of Domestic Violence
    Is conventional wisdom about domestic violence accurate?  What are its causes, and how can it be prevented?  Below we provide edited versions of four remarkable interviews between four legendary experts in the field, Erin Prizzey, Dr. Martin Fiebert, Professor Donald Dutton, and research pioneer Dr. Murray Straus.  These researchers discuss their decades of […]

Family Court Litigants’ Guide to Filing a Federal RICO Lawsuit Against Family Courts, Attorneys, Psychologists

California Coalition is grateful that the materials we’ve made available at Weightier Matter have been well-received by so many families and children who have been harmed by Family Court professionals.

Links to Downloadable Charts, Videos, Pleadings Here

Among the hundreds of emails and phone calls we receive each month, the most common question is “how can I file a RICO action in my jurisdiction?”  It’s a great question, and we’re eager to help, but unfortunately the answer is complex and depends greatly on factors unique to each jurisdiction.  Therefore, our ability to give firm guidance is usually limited.

However, there are some common suggestions we can pass along to you based on our experience to date.  What can you do to bring a RICO action in your jurisdiction? Here are a few tips.

Get Organized

While any individual can bring a RICO lawsuit, we suggest that potential RICO litigants consider finding other like-minded families within your jurisdiction (i.e., state or county) who can help with the grass-roots work.  RICO and civil rights conspiracy cases are enormously complex, requiring pleading detailed facts to support claims describing the inner-workings of your jurisdiction’s Family Courts, lawyers, psychologists, social workers, and other related professionals.  We have seen many parents attempting to fight alone fail.  Organizing with others has many benefits that help you avoid common pitfalls.

Every jurisdiction has dozens of harmed litigants, yet it is likely that each individual who has been harmed has only seen

Groups Can Generate Spirit–and Evidence of Crime!

one facet of the Family Law Community.  By reaching out to others to form groups, litigants can “share notes” to find common illegal practices, bad actors, veiled relationships, and systemic behaviors that support RICO elements of enterprise, scheme to defraud, quid-pro-quo, and conspiracy.  Litigants’ pooled knowledge can enable collection, analysis, and recordation of the foundation of a viable lawsuit.

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