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The parenting time that Monica Peters received is similar to what Judge Beavers gave me. Every other weekend, no holidays, no school breaks. "My daughter" has yet to comply with any visitation despite the fact I was ordered to pay $719 per month for my daughter based on the opposing attorney's calculations. I have seen her may be 5 times in the last 2 years and she lives within 10 minutes of me and the school she attends is in my district. I have seen her 0 times in the last 6 months since Judge Beavers Order was signed (it is under appeal). I receive no help with our college freshman's tuition and living expenses. My daughter is also alienated from 2 of her siblings. They have seen her a handful of times more than I have over the last couple of years. They all have the same mom, btw. Keeping all of this in mind, know that before I came to Judge Beavers' court we split holidays and all school breaks evenly without incident for 3 years and I had her every Wednesday. Also my daughter was the one who asked me to fight for her before being alienated from us. Trying to find relief of an impasse in Judge Beavers' court lead to the total destruction of our children's relationship with each other at the hands of their mother, who was empowered to do so. She alone has the power to fix it or break it and she chooses to break her children's relationships. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=JoBonBMSffA
This is the guy who initiated the Connecticut Task Force. He has spent over $300,000 in legal fees and he is still obstructed from seeing his kids without justification. Connecticut is the epicenter for family law corruption reform. It will be too late for me but change is coming. Future generations will not fall victim to corruption, greed and Title IV-D misdeeds. PS- If you ever wondered where deadbeat parents are created, look no further than family law. There are bad parents but the majority are not. https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=UU8LGLUBrIwnrmYL8Na0jsZw&v=ou12caQVUd4
Connecticut is the epicenter for family law reform right now. This man's testimony includes the loss of his son at the hands of his ex-wife's boyfriend. The man was told that he was jealous and upset because he didn't get his way in court. This is a frequent theme unjustifiably broad brushed on to corruption complaints. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=kx4pCS_KipU
Michelle Jensen Tolmoff testimony regarding judicial complaints being dismissed 100% of the time in Connecticut. Of 112 complaints, 112 were dismissed. 84 the prior year. Of those numbers how many were never filed because the conduct was knowingly not going to addressed? She also touches on guardian ad litem misconduct. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2hchALwuEp0