NEW YORK, March 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Foundation for the Child Victims of the Family Courts (FCVFC), a nonprofit organization dedicated to aggressively assisting parties who are involved in contentious custody cases or families who have been harmed by the abuses of Family Court systems, marks its eighth anniversary this month. The Board, staff and key supporters of the FCVFC are celebrating the foundation's history and looking forward to the development of future programs.
The FCVFC was established to honor, memorialize and confront the nefarious, criminal acts of Family Court Judges, all levels of court actors, and agencies dealing with dependency and juvenile courts across the country who violate the rights of families and vulnerable children.
Before the FCVFC existed, child abuse – physical, sexual and emotional – existed, in the expert opinion of the FCVFC staff, with no appropriate intervention because of ignorance on the part of court actors and professionals. The greed factor, which deals with the lucrative nature of Custody and Family Court actions, plays a role in the incentive to see clients as ATM machines. There is extremely little awareness or interest in clinical diagnostic sensitivity to the level of psycho-diagnostic pathology in litigants engaged in high conflict custody disputes.
Another area of concern, identified by the FCVFC, is the level of criminal activity, in the nature of conflict of interest, special preference with regard to court referrals, ex parte communication which suppresses evidence, and coordinated due process violations, which pervades the courts. Decisions made in initial conferences all too often determine outcomes before evidence is produced, arguments are offered, and testimony is heard.
"The memory of the child whose footprints paved the way for the birth of the FCVFC is our guide star for generating intervention, litigation support, and recovery for those who have suffered the ravages of custody litigation," says founder and director Jill Jones-Soderman. "With this legacy in mind we move forward with our sister organizations, The Family Resolution Center (mediation/litigation support), The US Whistleblower - the Online Press for the FCVFC, and "Rescue Me and Me and Me" - the animal rescue program for children of sexual violence who are the clients of the FCVFC. Our further programs include The Citizens Demanding Justice movement and The Citizens' Internet Radio and TV Network with the flagship Progress in the World Radio and TV shows, productions of Walter Davis Enterprises."
The immediate programs moving forward deal with the extraction of children who are subjects of incest, sexual, physical, or emotional abuse, whose suffering has been legitimized by family courts that have wrongfully sanctioned custody. Litigation for financial recovery, as well as raising public awareness of malpractice and malfeasance, are now actively in process.
"With each anniversary we move forward with renewed energy, determination and gratitude toward our brave, courageous clients and our dedicated cohorts," Jones-Soderman concludes.
Jill Jones-Soderman PhD, MSW, MSHS
Founder & Director – FCVFC
Publisher – US Whistle Blower - On Line Press
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SOURCE Foundation for the Child Victims of the Family Courts