Who is the Foundation for Child Victims of the Family Courts?

Hello and welcome to the Foundation for Child Victims of the Family Courts.  If you are reading through this website you either are looking to help someone in need, or perhaps you have just become a victim of wrongdoing and are looking for support with your situation.

No matter how you found your way to our website, we welcome you to the Foundation and hope that we can help you get the assistance you need.

The Foundation was established in March 2008 by Director Jill Jones Soderman in response to the tragic, needless suicide death of a twelve-year-old boy whose rescue was made impossible by the corrupt actions of Court Actors in Collusion with a depraved abusive parent.

The FCVFC incorporates families in financial transition as part of the multifaceted, multidiscipline program developed to confront issues of income disparity/unequal access to courts/ due process and civil rights violation all generated by fundamental issues of profound mental health disorders most likely to form the basis for high conflict divorce in the 21st century.

Have You Ever Thought This Way?

  • Have you ever said to yourself how do I ever get out of this mess?
  • Will anyone ever believe me –  or – Will everyone think I am crazy?
  • What happens when the door closes and the children are alone?
  • What happens the next time my children come home crying and with bruises?

If this describes a typical day for you, or if these questions have even once gone through your mind, do not worry any longer. The Foundation is here to help you.

A Proven Strategy — With a World of Support

For the last 10 years, the Foundation has successfully helped thousands of people to receive immediate help and access to professionals or resources to support them. Our goal is to inspire, motivate, and empower our clients in their time of need.

Our Goals for Working With You.

The mission of the Foundation for Child Victims of the Family Courts is to assist our clients in undoing their experiences of trauma by confronting abusers, overcoming harm, and thriving in their own lives moving forward.

We ask our clients to remain mindful of parents in similar positions who are stranded, facing unconscionable choices, or are bereft of choices. Protective parents need to benefit from experiencing custody litigation in courts that are free of evaluators who act as hired guns for abusers before judges who comfortably follow their biases or the directives of the “old boys network.”

The Foundation of Child Victims of the Family Courts acts as a plow, clearing fields of underbrush, so that new healthy growth may flourish.

We want our clients to recognize that their worst fears were not irrational and that their hopes and dreams are able to be fulfilled.

Act Now and Get The Help You Need

If you or someone you know is in need of assistance, the Foundation for the Child Victims of the Family Courts is here for you. Please fill out our contact form below and someone will call you shortly.

We look forward to working with you.