After staying in an abusive relationship for over 20 years I finally found the strength to stand up to my abusive wife. For years I was abused both emotionally and physically but I stayed because I was afraid I would lose my two children. Her mother was also abusive to her and tried to alienate her father also. My wife has a lawyer who is very good at manipulating the system. He has lied and in my opinion has acted in a very unethical manner. I have decided to go to trial. I have heard of many horrible stories about fathers who have limited success in getting justice. I have a tevis claim and I firmly believe that a jury of normal intelligent citizens would have little problems deciding this case. My question is does a man really have a chance of getting justice in Monmouth County?
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