Monday, February 11, 2008

Breaking up Marriages as a Policy benefits Lawyers

Possibly 2/3 of Connecticut's elected legislators are lawyers. So, do you think they are in your corner as a constituent, or theirs, for lawyers?

[click here] for complete footage of John Dibiase Jr., of the Meriden, Connecticut, Divorced Men's Center.

Connecticut Non-Custodial Parents Rights is a national issue in the US. John Dibiase Jr. runs a Divorced Men's Center in Meriden, Connecticut. He provides services to non-custodial parents that Connecticut does not.

The custodial parent might have an incentive to initiate divorce to get the house, sole possession of the kids, and to lock the majority of the finances.

The custodial parent often gets the best treatment in court, motions are heard, court dates are made for their convenience, and many there is little accountability to be accurate with financial and other information as compared to the non-custodial parent.

Lawyers make out like bandits in divorce cases.

The non-custodial parent has to fear alienation from his or her kids, financial ruin, and even loss of jobs, arrests, and prison.

The custodial parent doesn't usually fear even contempt of court filings for not showing up or to abiding by any agreements made by the court for the custodial and non-custodial parents as ordered by the court.

Is this supposed breed respect for the courts?

Does this foster faith in government?

Does this improve the economy and the quality of life for Americans?

No, it doesn't, but is does for attorneys.

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