DIVORCE MOB: Lawyers, Minor's Counsel, Vocational Examiners, Supervised Visitation Centers and Reunification Camps
If your divorce saw the appointment of a lawyer for the children, the involvement of a forensic CPA, the use of a vocational examiner, a private judge, a referee , a Special Master, or a custody expert, you may be a victim of a Divorce Mob in your county.
Most people enter the state's family courts involuntary. Citizens rely on our courts to equitably divide community property and to assure the best interests of children who are exposed to financial and emotional trauma when their parents divorce.
However, reality is this is family court doesn't offer the fairytale rulings often seen on television.
Cash strapped courts have turned to select lawyers in each county where bills are paid without review and lawyers set the price for justice in divorce and probate cases.
Judges, protected by immunity and an impotent discipline system, are running amok with court appointments for everything imaginable. Such appointments pays their buddies and family members.
Court files show these lawyers and judges also have financial ties to private businesses that operate reunification camp; known as child abuse , torture and reprograming businesses that are not monitored or regulated.
Court reporters are making over $300,000 a year producing transcripts in drawn out divorce cases as a judicial kickback and bailiffs appear to also be cashing in on private overtime assignments through judges kicking back tax payer funds.
The most insidious is the use of minor's counsel. These lawyers, appointed by judges, often rack up fees and do little for children, but fuel conflict between parents, which keeps everyone being paid. Some, provide blank bills that are rubber-stamped and few judges appear to review or question attorney bills before granting orders to pay them in full, sending many families into bankruptcy. .
The appointment of minor's counsel , or custody experts, appears to be tied to RICO and Antitrust activity that is causing the Supreme Court to review. Private judging, also performed by lawyers, is a key to improper activity that sets monopolistic pricing, provides rigged legal outcomes and compromises the quality of legal work .
A deeper investigation reveals that the courts, pressured by budget shortfalls, has been allowing fraud, child abuse and Antitrust activity to take place in divorce cases, where lawyers then privately donate to increase payments to judges and allow for new courthouses to be built.
The state's Judicial Council (financial court managers) has been placing propaganda into mainstream and social media for decades, to conceal the money they are taking from private citizens in divorce and probate cases.
Judges should be applying the law, not managing money and building courthouses. In Santa Clara County Judge Patricia Lucas fund raised from family law attorneys to build a $300,000,000 courthouse made of marble and stone.
That new courthouse, opened in 2016, provides no more access to justice as Judge Byrd and other judges in Oakland, Alameda, San Diego and Woodland sit with rats and rot that cause health problems for court workers and litigants forced to deal with such unsavory work conditions.
Lucas, is said to have been connected to vast judicial corruption with former court CEO, David Yamasaki, who championed the building of the new courthouse in Santa Clara , before departing to Orange County, a county known for widespread judicial corruption similar to Santa Clara.
NBC recently reported that despite all the money tax payers have thrown at Santa Clara County Courts, and DA Jeff Rosen, no justice appears possible in the county.
Now despite all the money to build the Romanesque family courthouse, workers continue to face poor pay and work conditions and cases continue to linger than any other county in the state.