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rltfox

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RE: If you think Trish is bad, read this....
« Reply #10 on: Mar 24, 2006, 10:30:53 AM »
It is a satire from someone who just as sick of the system as we are.  At the top of the home page is the following statement:

"Lisa Scott is a family law attorney based in Bellevue, Washington. Tired of having her stuff rejected by elitist bar publications and politically-correct newspapers, she decided to start her own website. Co-founder of TABS: Taking Action Against Bias in the System, she has been fighting for equal justice and gender equality in the family courts for years. Lisa hopes you enjoy the humor, satire, absurdity, and occasional seriousness contained on this site. And be sure to give us your contributions on the Blog."

Although I do have to say it is scary that most of her "instructional" tutorials could easily be used by vindictive ex's to work the system even more.



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Another "disclaimer"
« Reply #11 on: Mar 26, 2006, 07:42:18 AM »
http://www.realfamilylaw.com/disclaimer.php

I find it interesting, your thoughts on this site. She has slammed "Fatherhood" directly. Posting articles by radical feminists. Lisa even goes as far as riping into the statistics on DV.

The very sad side to this, is women use it all the time in court. Her "instructional" turtorials ARE easily being used by vindictive ex's to work the system.

And I found no "gender equality" in her humor or satire

Nesto

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RE: If you think Trish is bad, read this....
« Reply #12 on: Mar 26, 2006, 03:30:45 PM »
>My personal opinion is "True and Equal Parenting" from the
>start. Take away the incentive and more marriages would remain
>intact. Give BOTH FIT parents total equality in the courtroom
>and many women would opt to stay and work things out. Barring
>any abuse or neglect that may be going on. Not false
>allegations, the use of solid evidence.
>
>It would be a step in the right direction and remove much of
>the conflicts many now face.
>
>The children would come out the true winners.
>
>But right now, things are too easy to walk away, too many
>incentives and the knowledge of how to play the game. Whether
>it is an RO or OOP or being encouraged to keep a 'high
>conflict' situation going, and beleive me, CP's are told to do
>this just so there will not be "joint". On most of their
>sites, this is one of the first things you will read.
>
>Here is Liz Scott's advice to women:
>
> newbielink:http://www.realfamilylaw.com/tutorial-for-women-on-effective-use-of-dv-allegations.php [nonactive]
>
>And more on Liz:
>
> newbielink:http://www.gate.net/~liz/liz/ [nonactive]
>
>The "NEW" game in town:
>
> newbielink:http://www.renewamerica.us/columns/roberts/060222 [nonactive]
>
> newbielink:http://www.renewamerica.us/columns/roberts/060228 [nonactive]
>
>The sad part is, there are many step parents who really love
>and care about these children caught in the middle. Many of
>them would never dream of pulling this crap. And CP's who
>truely put their children as top priority. To them, I salute
>you.
>
>Here is someone who is standing his ground and doing something
>politically toward REAL reform,
>  
> newbielink:http://www.equalcustodyact.com/ [nonactive]
>
>
>
>
>
You're mixing up two different people.  Lisa Scott is a lawyer with an appraently strange sense of humor.  I really think she's for equal rights, but is trying to demonstrate it through satire.  Liz Kates is a lawyer from Florida who has posted many articles that are derogatory towards fathers rights.

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RE: If you think Trish is bad, read this....
« Reply #13 on: Mar 26, 2006, 03:30:45 PM »
>My personal opinion is "True and Equal Parenting" from the
>start. Take away the incentive and more marriages would remain
>intact. Give BOTH FIT parents total equality in the courtroom
>and many women would opt to stay and work things out. Barring
>any abuse or neglect that may be going on. Not false
>allegations, the use of solid evidence.
>
>It would be a step in the right direction and remove much of
>the conflicts many now face.
>
>The children would come out the true winners.
>
>But right now, things are too easy to walk away, too many
>incentives and the knowledge of how to play the game. Whether
>it is an RO or OOP or being encouraged to keep a 'high
>conflict' situation going, and beleive me, CP's are told to do
>this just so there will not be "joint". On most of their
>sites, this is one of the first things you will read.
>
>Here is Liz Scott's advice to women:
>
> newbielink:http://www.realfamilylaw.com/tutorial-for-women-on-effective-use-of-dv-allegations.php [nonactive]
>
>And more on Liz:
>
> newbielink:http://www.gate.net/~liz/liz/ [nonactive]
>
>The "NEW" game in town:
>
> newbielink:http://www.renewamerica.us/columns/roberts/060222 [nonactive]
>
> newbielink:http://www.renewamerica.us/columns/roberts/060228 [nonactive]
>
>The sad part is, there are many step parents who really love
>and care about these children caught in the middle. Many of
>them would never dream of pulling this crap. And CP's who
>truely put their children as top priority. To them, I salute
>you.
>
>Here is someone who is standing his ground and doing something
>politically toward REAL reform,
>  
> newbielink:http://www.equalcustodyact.com/ [nonactive]
>
>
>
>
>
You're mixing up two different people.  Lisa Scott is a lawyer with an appraently strange sense of humor.  I really think she's for equal rights, but is trying to demonstrate it through satire.  Liz Kates is a lawyer from Florida who has posted many articles that are derogatory towards fathers rights.

 

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