Another Tearful and Wholly-Deserving Father – The Case of ‘A’

Introduction Today I am looking at yet another parental alienation case that’s gone badly wrong.  I will be analysing this and attempting to attribute blame – because, by God, some blame needs attributing.  If this case doesn’t get you angry and sad in equal measure… The case is called ‘A’, and can be found here …

PA and DV

Parental Alienation (‘PA’), Domestic Violence (‘DV’) and False Allegations Introduction We have been hearing a lot recently about ‘Parental Alienation’.  My aim today is to offer a brief guide as to the condition, and what we can do to combat it.  I argue that PA is nothing less than the psychological abuse of a child. …

Judicial Cowardice

OK, so, more thinking, more theories.  Still trying to get in the head of the judge… I think we can make a simple case for the explanation of why judges are as useless as they are.  This time, the reason is political.   The reason is cowardice.   This theory emanates from my memory of when my …

Trying to Understand..

I am fascinated by the Nazis.  Can’t help it.  Serial killers too.  The reason is this.  I do not understand how one human being can treat another human being in this way.  Slavery falls into this category too. I mention this because I am really trying my best to understand judges.  It seems to be …

The Winds of Change?

Are we getting somewhere?  Are the times a changin’? I was much-chuffed to read the judgement in Re L 2019.  My feeling is that we are starting to see some judicial enlightenment on this subject.  In this case, the mother was found not to have alienated the child from the father.  Nevertheless, the child was …

The Family Court’s Bias towards women, and why feminists should be worried

As a dad (yet another ‘tearful and wholly-deserving father’, to use the courts’ stock phrase) who’s been through the nightmare of family court litigation, I can conclude, 3 years and £20k later, the following: CAFCASS is biased towards mothers; Judges are biased towards mothers. There is plenty of evidence to supports both claims, and I …