I have been in Family Court for the last 2 years and I am almost broke. It seems justice is not blind but firmly weighed in on the wife's side -- no matter how unreasonable she may be.
In court, I have yet to hear one reference to case law. I assume there is something to family law other than the counsels arguing in a most civil and protracted manner -- but I am not convinced.
I've heard you can both speak your mind as well as garner the Judge's empathy if you represent yourself. What do Dads without money do? Do they just lose their kids or do Judges protect their rights?
Do Poor Dads always go Pro Se?
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