The Wisdom of Adam Smith–Via Dan Gilbert “The great source of both the misery and disorders of human life, seems to arise from over-rating the difference between one permanent situation and another. Avarice over-rates the difference between poverty and riches: ambition, that between a private and a public station: vain-glory, that between obscurity and extensive […]
Archives for June 2013
Here we offer a sample complaint for malpractice and fraud filed in California Superior Court regarding Sharon Blanchet of Ashworth, Blanchet in San Diego.
Complaint for legal malpractice in Colbern Stuart v. Sharon Blanchet, Ashworth, Blanchet, Kristensen & Kalemenkarian; Parts 1-4 (Complaint part 1, exhibits follow), alleging legal malpractice by virtue of recommendations to hire Dr. Stephen Doyne. The groundwork for CCFC’s uncovering of the Doyne Debacle, and the Domestic Dispute Industry Criminal Enterprise (DDICE) operations. Stuart v. Blanchet […]
Breaking the Glasses: Restraining Order Abuse and Vexatious Litigation, part two.
Intercepted “how to” details from the Divorce Industry–Recording # 3 HERE details how to file an effective complaint with the CA Board of Psychology–LISTEN AND FILE. I’ll post more details later. Stay Tuned! CA Board of Psychology–NOW ACCEPTING COMPLAINTS ABOUT CUTODY EVALUATORS! Parents: If you have a complaint against Doyne or other CA custody evaluators, […]
California Coalition for Families and Children-amicus brief in Tadros v. Doyne WATCH: Interview of Emad Tadros, M.D. and Cole Stuart on “Face Up To Fred” with Fred Sotile.
Up To Parents offers more free insight from attorneys, judges, and therapists to explain why parental conflict is inevitably mutually destructive. As Charlie Asher explains–“you either win together or you lose together.” As parents, we know–from our own mistakes and those of our co-parents–he is exactly right. Find out why:
Shocking but true.If your attorney, judge, or evaluator/therapist/pediatrician recommends an evaluation, share this with them.
Up To Parents offers dozens of free, easy to understand videos for parents, children, attorneys, and even judges. The only group they don’t support–custody evaluators. Find out why:
Experience in hundreds of mediations between divorcing families indicates that courts are not only expensive, hostile, and inconvenient, they’re downright dangerous to you and your children. Click and listen to wisdom of the few facts on which parents universally agree–Family Court is Dangerous.