¨ You thought you would take steps to change an abusive situation.
You had no idea this would be your time of greatest danger.
¨ You thought when you brought forward your child’s allegation of abuse, your child would be believed.
You had no idea you would be accused of coaching your child.
¨ You brought forward clear evidence and testimony of the child’s abuse.
You had no idea you would be in danger of being charged with “parental alienation.”
¨ You thought your child would be protected.
You had no idea there would be talk of “reunifying” your child with the abuser.
You had no idea that you would be suddenly accused of personality disorders and mental illness.
You had no idea that you would suddenly be in danger of losing your child.
But did you know that in family court litigation, the primary reason children are transferred from the protective parent into the hands of the abusive parent is the allegation of sexual abuse of the child?
Yes, the Family Court System Is Broken.
Protective parents shouldn’t have to navigate such a system alone.
The sad truth is, very few.
In this broken and corrupt system, almost everyone in the system is part of the system.
That’s why you need help from someone who knows the system but works outside of it.
Like you, we want to protect the children and give them the safe and happy childhood they deserve.
But unlike you, we’ve been helping protective parents navigate the ins and outs of the corrupt and broken family court system for over a dozen years.
We help you clarify and define the narrative.
2. We will create an action plan for court. No matter where you live in the United States, we will
We help you navigate the process and protect yourself and your children through it.
3. We will walk with you through the court process. Because we have no need to maintain business relationships in any particular family court and are beholden to no judge, we will
We fearlessly expose and litigate against corrupt members of the family court system.
Place a call or send an email to set up a no-charge initial consultation.
Describe your situation with the family courts.
Engage us as your advocates.
We charge a flat fee for our services and will guide you in moving forward in the best interest of your children.
Navigate the family court system with confidence.
You’ll know that someone who cares about you and your children is guiding you along the way.
For clients who act in good faith and in compliance with the terms of our mutual agreement, we will sustain the work until we accomplish the agreed-upon mission.
When you’re navigating the bewildering, broken, and corrupt family court system for the sake of your children, you need a guide who’s been there and knows what it’s like.
You need someone who understands how the game is played but is willing to reject the all-purpose one-size-fits-all solutions to find the better path.
You need someone who’s ready to think outside the box of “this is the way we always do things here.”
You need someone who is not in it for the money, but is in it for you and your children.
The initial phone consultation is free of charge.
Engaging FCVFC involves an initial evaluation fee to conduct the thorough assessment agreed upon in our initial discussion and consultation.
Our fees are minimal, generally not charged on an hourly basis (flat fee for a service) and are often able to be worked out in mutual agreement with our clients.
In our first free-of-charge consultation, we’ll learn your situation, and you’ll learn and substantially understands our thoughts and recommendations.
When you’re ready, you’ll engage us professionally, formally agreeing to a preliminary Memorandum of Understanding.
We’ll conduct a thorough assessment based on in-depth document review and personal interviews. This will confirm and expand our knowledge of the case and anticipation of challenges to come.
We’ll make a plan for moving forward, working out details of who will do what and how various aspects of the case will be financed.
The FCVFC keeps an environment of open communication, honesty, integrity, and trust. We ask that you do that same.
We ask that you bring with you a willingness to endure the challenges of the work and to sustain hope and energy in the midst of a difficult process.
By the age of twelve, Jill Jones Soderman was working as a nurse’s aide at Memorial Hospital of Queens (NY), emptying bed pans, changing beds, and comforting young children who suffered from terrible diseases or were undergoing terrible treatments.
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A nonprofit advocate who understands the court system but is beholden to no one in the court system.
A fearless advocate who is willing to litigate against the very court system that is performing corrupt activities.
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