It is a sad but true fact that family courts have received a great deal of attention in recent years, much of it deserved. The family court system has long been the site of deceptive, reckless, and abusive behavior. Because of the risk of spreading the abuse to other courts or because no one believes a family court judge would commit such behavior, these abuses are rarely identified or punished. However, there are times when the system, including its judges and attorneys, fails to provide objective justice to all future parties.
This book focuses on sharing the experiences of the author's own family, showing how dirty tactics are used most often by custody evaluators, psychologists, judges, and lawyers in creating scenarios using convincing lies to the point that they cannot be distinguished from the truth.
Having the book sheds some light on how deception and underhanded tricks can and will be used by any individual when it comes to court trials, and how some go as far as manipulating children into sharing their version of a fabricated truth, regardless of consequences or the problems that would be brought forth in the aftermath of the trial.
“As Good as a Dog: The Custody Trial” is written by David Rathman and is available for purchase on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Grab a copy of this thought-provoking depiction of a court case in the following formats: Kindle format for $9.99 and Paperback format for $17.33.
About the Author
David Rathman is a devout Christian with musical talent. He brings to his work a commitment to excellence, compassion, and an unwavering optimism about the world's future.
David states: “When I write curriculum to teach math it is important for this life. When I write curriculum to teach Bible it is important for eternity. However, I feel that my writing for justice in family law is important enough to be published.”
He is passionate about teaching and leading young people in the development of their gifts and talents through music and the arts.
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