Why I Started This Blog

I started this blog for my children

Our story is written as a Federal Law Suit, and an Article 78 (which is legaleze for when you sue a Judge) below on the right hand side.. and well as numerous Motions & Petitions.

Use the magnifying symbol to enlarge the documents for easier reading.

Don't shoot the messenger.. but guess what..

Many court rooms are corupted by some not so honest judges!

Innocent or not..

In the blink of an eye.. you can lose your kids, your life savings, your inheritance, your house and or your mind!

That's why I've continued to post to this blog because...

So many children are being destroyed by our wonderful system..

They've forced me to become a Child/Family and Civil Rights advocate/activist.

I should thank them for the education I got out of this!

Don't miss the videos at the bottom of the page.. of Senator Sampson holding hearings on corruption within the N.Y. Court System!

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Mega Lotto Winner's Secret Emerges

Pedro Quezada, the winner of the Powerball jackpot, talks to the media during a news conference at the New Jersey Lottery headquarters, Tuesday, March 26, 2013, in Lawrenceville, N.J. Quezada , 44, won the $338 million jackpot with the winning ticket he purchased at Eagle Liquors store in Passaic, N.J. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

Pedro Quezada, 44, claimed the $338M Powerball jackpot this week -- and the win may have been more crucial for him than he let on..

PATERSON, N.J. — The New Jersey man who won the $338 million Powerball jackpot owes about $29,000 in child support.

Forty-four-year-old Pedro Quezada on Tuesday claimed a lump-sum payment worth $221 million, or about $152 million after taxes.

A spokesman for Passaic County Sheriff Richard Berdnik says the sheriff's office's warrant squad is attempting to find Quezada to resolve the matter.

Spokesman Bill Maer (mayr) also says the state Lottery Division generally satisfies such judgments before winnings are released. He says Quezada is subject to potential arrest like everyone else until the warrant is satisfied.

The unpaid child support payments go back to 2009. It's not known which of Quezada's five children are covered under the payments.

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My two cents, Unless you have been caught up in Child Support you may not be aware of the corruption in the Family Courts surrounding this topic.

Am I saying this gentlemans case is corrupt, HELL NO!

Am I saying many Child Support and perhaps even this gentlemans case are corrupt, HELL YES!
You see we always have to follow the money, and because of the Federal Government matching dollar for dollar for each dollar the States collect in Child Support is a recipe for disaster & corruption on all levels.

Am I implying that this man doesn't owe exactly what they claim he owes, HELL NO! Then what am I implying.. I'd say this man's smartest move would be to hire an attorney who he didn't trust (cuz in my opinion no family court attorneis can be trusted anymore - it's become a business to destroy families.. and once he finds one he distrusts the least, he should have his Child Support records investigated for any foul play.. by his OWN EYES!

Ans then of course if there hasn't been any foul play and he's not being alienated from his children- then pay what you owe dude!

All I'm saying is just don't be naieve and accept anything to do with the Family Courts as the whole truth and nothing but the truth.. investigare it all with YOUR OWN EYES!

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Taylorsville woman sues for millions after losing custody of children

Taylorsville woman sues for millions after losing custody of children
First Published 1 hour ago • Updated 38 minutes ago
A Taylorsville woman is suing her former attorney for more than $20 million, alleging that she lost her children because of his inadequate representation.
Katie Perkins filed the lawsuit last week against Bountiful attorney Craig Peterson and his firm Cathcart and Peterson, LLC. In the lawsuit, Perkins alleges that Peterson failed to prepare for a crucial witness during a parental custody trial, bungled her appeal, and generally failed to adequately represent her.
The lawsuit states Peterson’s failures led to Perkins losing all contact with one of her children, and severely limiting contact with another child. Perkins also racked up nearly $100,000 in attorney fees. She is seeking more than $20 million as compensation for emotional distress, the lost opportunity to spend time with her children, and attorney fees.
Peterson referred questions Wednesday to his attorney, Phillip Ferguson, who said he was confident the evidence would not support Perkins’ claims. Ferguson also said he and Peterson disagree with the lawsuit’s allegations.
Perkins’ case began in 2009, when allegations surfaced that her then-husband, Casey Perkins, physically abused her two children. Perkins’ husband was convicted on two counts of child abuse, both third-degree felonies, in March 2010. Court records show Perkins filed for divorce in October 2009.
Perkins’ new attorney, Steve Christensen, said Wednesday that the child abuse case led to allegations that Perkins had failed to protect her children. Perkins hired Peterson for the ensuing child custody case.
During trial, the state called psychologist David Dodgion as an expert witness. The lawsuit claims Peterson was caught "by complete surprise" by Dodgion’s testimony. He also "did not depose Dr. Dodgion or perform a pre-trial interview of this crucial witness," the lawsuit adds, even though he had been notified of the state’s intent to solicit testimony from the doctor.
Christensen said Peterson’s failure to adequately prepare for Dodgion’s testimony left the judge with the impression that Perkins had a personality disorder. Relying heavily on that impression, the judge terminated Perkins’ parental rights to one of her children.
"Because of Peterson’s deficient trial representation, M.P. has been adopted, and Katie will never be able to raise her son or have a meaningful relationship with him," the lawsuit states.
Christensen said Perkins lost contact with the child about three years ago.