With the holidays fast approaching, consider giving the gift of the PRI Self-Guided Court Program to someone special who may be struggling with divorce, custody and support related issues during this holiday season.
A recent post here at Leon Koziol.Com featured the headline story of a Manhattan woman who claimed that a family Court Referee had been stringing out her child custody case for more than three years and had already cost her over $200,000 in legal fees. Instead, this woman’s hard earned money is now helping to fund the lifestyle of both the lawyers and forensic evaluators by guaranteeing them job security as a result of the needless conflict that unsuspecting and loving parents often find themselves drawn into.
Had this woman participated in the PRI Self-Guided Court Program and gained some valuable insight into just exactly how the “system really works,” she could have potentially saved herself a lot of time, aggravation and money for less than $300. This is money which could have otherwise been used for both she and her daughter’s future.
In a letter dated last February to an Administrative Judge, the woman wrote, “this case has never been about the best interest of my child, but appears to be a financial profit to everyone the Referee appoints.”
Don’t let this same costly mistake happen to you or someone who you care about! Before you walk into a family court room, take the time to know how the game is really played!