A collaborative book effort regarding Family Court and Child Custody is being completed by three advocates in North Carolina who extend a true story submission call to current, or former, family and child custody participants who have experienced heinous fallacies of justice at the cruxes of family and child custody judicial practices. This book (title and cover are yet to be disclosed – attached image is a temporary mock-up) is a collaborative effort of Ms. Danielle Hatcher, Mrs. Melinda Edwards and Mrs. Kelly Stanley who are residents of Central North Carolina. All three of these ladies have been, or are deeply, entrenched in family and child legal paradigms, which resulted in their Eyes Wide Shut aftershock revelations relative to their own true-to-life proceedings with some mis-representative outcomes.
Ms. Hatcher, Mrs. Edwards, and Mrs. Stanley invite “others” to join them in impacting the world-view regarding what is often described as our most precious commodity, Our Children and their relationship to their Family, pre- and post-court proceedings. The authors state,
The legacy of family court should not be to fuel local financial reserves through family and child custody court decisions; however, it seems to be one of many sad truths. Join us in our crusade to inform and reform family and child custody law one case, one locality, one state and one Nation at a time.
This powerful anthology represents The American Family who is enduring, or has endured, wrongful family and child justice reverberations across the United States of America. Contemporaneously, the rights of American families and their children, have become unilaterally suspect due to the wily beast the judicial system has become. These ladies know biased and/or unjust conclusions are not always due to subversion and corruption as much as maintaining the status quo; however, both do occur and there are a multitude of stories that corroborate the facts. Additionally, Family and Child Custody Title monies enrich many disparaged communities providing desperately needed revenue. Due to ever-changing family court law(s), many States now “own” children involved in family and child custody matters. Their parents, who birth and raise them, no longer hold rights to their children until a family court judge, seemingly as a sovereign entity, deems it be so.
A surprising fact regarding this process is, the localities where judicial decisions are rendered are awarded federal and/or state funding for every family law and child custody matter registered within their district. New Bills, introduced continuously, often appear altruistic at creation but later are exacerbated through dissociative jurisprudence after shredding and rewrite during the process of a bill moving to become law results in countless change requests. Further, in enactment of these laws, intent is not always represented during court proceedings and their conclusions. When these new laws are wielded by authorities in localities driven by external causal factors such as, title monies, elections, and other criteria the aftereffects of the family and child custody chronicles are often aberrations of justice. This is not court-fiction – this is nationally-driven statistical representations.
There are many additional little-known-factoids concerning legal premise, and key decision-making, for America’s Families and their Children. Countless of these are shocking. This compilation of true legal proceedings casts light on the law, and jurisprudence, as it relates to the American Family oppressed by incongruities within our system of justice. Statistics validate the authors’ claims. They also demonstrate title-based funding, regional popularity, misinformation and misrepresentation, attorney-rich vs. attorney-poor, and other unbelievable penchants predominant family and child custody law throughout the United States of America.
If you have been involved in family and child custody matters and want to share your candid story – the authors want to hear from you. If you know Americans should know your story – the authors want to hear from you. Ms. Hatcher. Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Stanley are anxious to review each, and everyone’s, story. These women understand parents’ and children’s voices need to be heard concerning atrocious legal conclusions. Their book is intended to present 15 to 20 stories, more if able to do so, from individuals like yourself. In addition to your stories, are opening and closing chapters that inform, aid, and support family and child custody participants who are mitigating circumstances like your own. If submissions warrant it, Volumes II and III and so on, and so forth, will be developed.
And, if you have a positive family and child custody experience and want to share it the authors will love to read your story too! The truth is the empiric word of the hour regarding this anthology and it is only the truth they intend to share with the public. Therefore, positive outcomes are desired as well because they shed light on what is right and provide a direction for families who may not see the light in their current scenario.
Ms. Hatcher’s, Mrs. Edward’s and Mrs. Kelly’s anthology is going to be made available through their publisher and all major book retailers both foreign and domestic. The submission guidelines are as follows:
– Submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
– 8.5 x 11 Word document
– 1 inch margins
– Times New Roman or Arial 12 pt. font
– Cover page with name, address, telephone, facsimile and email
– Submissions should be between 1,000 and 20,000 words in length – nothing shorter (if you need assistance in putting your story on paper contact us for consideration). Most stories are between about 2,000 and 7,000 words.
– Rights are first serial rights; this means the story should not have appeared anywhere else in print or online as a formally written storyline – if the story was shared conversationally – it is still acceptable.
– Pseudonyms are Acceptable: stories can be credited to the original submitter or pseudonym (use of fictitious name to protect your privacy); do include your real name at submission and state whether or not you want to use a pseudonym and if you know the pseudonym include it as well.
* Title and Cover are not yet determined – cover design w/ title for this press release is a draft rendition of a potential design.