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A Fresh Start: 5 Ways to Reclaim Your Life After Divorce

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Going through a divorce can leave you feeling emotionally drained, financially insecure, and even worried about your future. No matter how long you were married or how the relationship ended, divorce is never easy. It can cause you to feel like you’ve lost part of your identity, and you might not know which direction your life is headed.

Take a deep breath.

Those thoughts and feelings are perfectly normal, but they don’t have to be permanent.

Reclaim Your Life after Divorce

Now that you’re done dealing with judges and lawyers, you can start writing the next chapter of your life and reclaim your identity after a divorce. If you’re not sure how to get started, we’ve got a few suggestions on how to give yourself the fresh start you deserve.

1. Consider a Move

Typically, one person will remain in the marital home after a divorce, especially if kids are involved. Or, a couple might choose to sell the home and split the profits. Whatever the case, it can be beneficial to move to a different home or new location entirely if you have the ability.

There can be countless memories attached to a house, a town, and even specific buildings. Any place that reminds you of the negative aspects of your relationship can be detrimental to your healing process.

If you have the freedom and the finances, consider moving to a place that offers a good social and entertainment scene. Doing so will encourage you to “get out there” and jumpstart the next phase of your journey.

2. Take Care of Your Body

It can be hard to find the motivation to work out and eat healthy after going through a stressful divorce. All of us have seen the stereotypes of women in movies and TV shows sitting in bed eating a pint of Ben & Jerry’s and watching romantic comedies.

There’s nothing wrong with that – in moderation. It’s okay to grieve the loss of your marriage and find comfort in the things you love.

However, it’s not a long-term solution, and won’t get you started on a fresh path in life.

Instead, try to focus on taking care of your body. It’s a wonderful form of self-care, and regular exercise has countless benefits, including

  • It can improve your mood
  • It boosts your energy
  • It reduces stress
  • You’ll boost your cardiovascular health
  • You’ll increase your stamina
  • You’ll sleep better

It’s okay to start small. Go for a walk around the neighborhood or commit to jogging every morning. Join a dance class or a sports team. Find what works for you and makes you feel happy. Playing a sport or joining a class can be especially effective for your mental health as they’ll allow you to meet new people and not feel so alone.

3. Manage Your Mental Health

Speaking of your mental well-being, it’s crucial to make it a priority after a divorce. According to a study done by AARP, 28% of people over the age of 40 experience depression after going through a divorce. If you’re truly struggling with your mental wellness, one of the best things you can do is consider seeking professional help. A therapist can work with you to overcome those feelings and start you on a healthier path forward.

However, there are also things you can incorporate into your daily routine to prioritize your mental health and reclaim your thoughts and your life, including

Self-care is hugely important when it comes to your mental health. Try to do something each day that reduces your stress and makes you feel good about yourself. By finding more activities that boost your mental wellness, bit by bit, you’ll start to feel more like yourself than you have in years, and you’ll have more confidence in yourself that you can “start over” and enjoy a new life.

4. Reclaim Your Finances

A divorce can be financially draining. Between attorney fees and potentially owing your former spouse, you might be worried about your financial situation while you’re trying to start over on your own.

Thankfully, there are a few things you can do to reclaim your finances and start building a better nest egg.

Start by reevaluating your job. Maybe your spouse was the “breadwinner” in your marriage and you’re looking for a job for the first time. Choose a career path that you can see yourself in for a long time. Nowadays, it’s not uncommon to work from home or work as a freelancer. Do you have a specific skill that you can advertise to others? You might be able to start a side-hustle or full-time job by putting it to good use.

If you already have a job but you’re looking for more ways to build wealth and secure your finances, consider looking into different investments. Even if you’re on a budget, you can build wealth through various savings accounts, or by looking into nontraditional investment types. Investing is a great way to secure your retirement and provide for your kids in the future.

5. Let Go of Your Past

This is perhaps the most important tip for reclaiming your life after divorce.

You’re never going to be able to truly move ahead unless you let go of the pain and frustration caused by your marriage and the divorce process. No matter how things ended, you have to be able to forgive yourself and your former spouse.

Don’t hold grudges. Be willing to co-parent if you share kids. Focus on moving forward in life, rather than holding on to the things that caused so much turmoil. You don’t control what happens to you, but you do control how you react to it. While it will take time and effort to fully heal from your divorce, choosing to “let go” is a good place to start. The longer you hold onto the pain, the longer it will take for you to reclaim your life.

You’ve been given a clean slate. It might not feel like it right now, but this is a chance to start fresh and not only write the rest of your story but reclaim your identity while you’re at it. Use this opportunity to rediscover who you are and who you want to be, and use these tips to help you get started on that road of discovery.

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San Joaquin Judge Profits from  Sex, Drugs and Stealing Kids

Following an appearance at California’s Judicial Council, San Joaquin County Judge Robin Appel  was invited to a secret dinner club in San Jose by Judge Patricia Lucas , the presiding judge of Santa Clara County who doubled as a legal advisor for California’s court adminstrators. 

When Appel appeared at Three Flames in San Jose, she was instantly recruited to a network of lawyers, judges, reporters, therapists  and cops  connected to California’s family courts that operates underground and through a dark money market. The enterprise is known for  moving drugs and kids up and down the state when their parents are involved in a divorce, and one parent is hiding sexual abuse, or fraud. These are the clients willing to pay anything to silence a former spouse and their children. 

As part of the recruitment process, the lawyers and judges promised Appeal media coverage in the Daily Journal and newpapers owned by Alden Capital. She would be given awards from the local bar, the gateway to future employment  at JAMS or ADR Services ,

Once retired from San Joaquin’s family court,. Appel was promised 20 times the income  she could as a public court judge.  Until that day, Appel was to award attorneys for lawyers  connected to the local bar fees. Fees must be awarded  in a manner that could not be reversed on appeal. Once she had brought in over $10 million to lawyers , veried for orders to pay trust accounts, or billing statements approved for lawyers acting in her through court appointments, the dream job as private judge would be hers.

The fastest way to earn the money was to sell family homes and give lawyers the equity. As a family court judge, Appel could also appoint lawyers and threrapists referring therapty and reunification camps for kids in welathy families.  Appel  reportedly agreed to do her part to  increase  busienss that operated outside of the court in San Jaoquin, overlaping with networks in the Sacramento to the north  connected to attorneys Nancy Perkovich and Paula Salinger, and to the south in Modesto as connected to attorney Tom Hogan., who provides payments to the district attorney’s office. 

Insiders at the schools where Appel’s  daughters, Sarah and Rachel, attend note Appel repeatedly used her position as a judge to access information about the families involved in family law cases to access. Appel used connections inside the school to alter the files of students to benefit the parent able to pay the network the most money. 

San Joaquin County family law attorneys Diane Butler and Lisa Theissen were recruited by Appel to the enterprise and to bring Appel business as a private judge. These valley lawyers  trained with lawyers in Contra Costa and Santa Clara through a network firmly  established by Phil Stal and Lynn Steinberg whose domain is Arizona and Southern California, largely Los Angeles and Orange County. Steinberg scored the Britney Spears conservatorship gig , the higest earning case seen in LA. 

For their part, Butler and Theirssen have tapped into drug rings connected through therapists Jann Blacksotne, John Page and Marcia Clark.. The rings run from Humbolt County and down into San Jose and LA where drugs are moved to vulnerable kids placed in foster care by CPS, or reunification camps because of high asset parents involved in a divorce.  

Attorneys John Conway and Rebekha Frye in San Jose and Los Gatos, are known to supplying kids drugs through lawyers appointed in their parents divorce. Conway’s clients are active in the cannibis industry where they have access to large sums of untrackable cash. 
Cash is deposited to attorney IOLTA trust accounts where it can be used to pay off cops, judges and theraptists willing to write reports for winning cusotdy of kids at the center of their parents’ divorce. 

The more absuive the parent, and the more they have to hide, the more the clients pay to the underground network using attorney trust accounts to move the money without IRS oversight. 

A paralegal working for Butler stated, ‘They know the IRS and the bar won’t do anything, so it has become the wild west and children are being destroyed all to get these lawyers and quacks rich. ” 

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Divorce Lawyers Traffick Kids, Fees Funded by  NFL

Criminal defense attorney Eric Geffon handled high profile criminal cases in Santa Clara County. At the same time, he was  paid by the NFL to silence women and young girls who made allegations of rape or sexual abuse against 49er football players.  When he became a judge, he brouoght in attorney Nicole Ford to take over the lucrative payments that came largely under the table from 49er players, unions and mangers. Players raping women and absusing the mothers of their children was bad for ticket sales and community support needed for permits. 

Karyn Sinunu Towery, a Santa Clara County District Attorney  insider, was reportedly paid milions of dollars to drop  criminal charges against 49er players, When public pressure mounted, Sinunu Towery began to “volunteer”  for Santa Clara University’s Northern California Innocence Project. Behind the scenes she worked with Santa Clara government attorney Ann Ravel to get kickbacks that saw judges issuing orders to take kids via CPS, or private businesses such as Family Bridges. 

According to secret recordings taken of  Elise Mitchell while she attended Overeaters  Anonymous meetings, Nicole  Ford, Sean Onderick, Hector Moreno and Mark Erickson were paid  millons of dollars from the 49ers to bury complaints about players raping, absuing and impregnating young women connected with Alameda and Santa Clara Counties.    

Nicole Ford moved money into charities , including WomenSV and Community Solutions, If women complained there, Ford would have them  silenced, keeping allegations out of the news. Once victims were silenced, Mitchell and Ford were paid to bury complaints everywhere they could be made. . The pattern exists in other citites and counties with NFL franchises. 

These lawyers do not act alone. They are rarely proseucted by the state bar or district attorney. They are largely assisted by government attorneys. In Santa Clara,and Orange County.  Ford had help from government lawyers  Ann Ravel and Ward Penfold.  

Ravel who worked for Maplight , moved back to  Santa Clara County after  triple counting children in foster care to get more funds from the federal goverment. When a whistleblower complaint sought to expose the ghost children scandal , Ann Ravel moved to the Department of Justice, DOJ , to cover it up and mainstain her county connections and recruit for a private judge network that threw off high commissions and bonuses for referral of high asset divorce cases that could be moved into private judges, or where real estate could be liquidated and convered for the Santa Clara based network that based out of Los Gatos where Ravel resides. 

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Elise Mitchell was paid by the NFL to keep Black players out of the news and bankruptcy court. For her involvement Mitchell  acted as a ghost attorney and was paid millions under- the- table and in loan payoffs.

While attending an  Overeaters Anonymous Meeting, Mitchell was recorded explaining how NFL money funded judge bribes and the trafficking of women used to statisfy players. At one point Mitchell claimed  it took boat loads of cash to pay off cops to bury arrests of players. 

For the messy custody cases 49er players landed,   Mitchell noted that family law attorneys Jessica Huey,  Mia Mosher and Nicole Ford taught those in the network to use  family court proceedings to provide a fresh and  steady supply of underage girls and women to  keep players and NFL managers happy.

Mitchell noted the involvment of Mia Mosher linked into  custody experts Lynn Steinberg,   Dr. Rebecca Bailey and  Phil Stahl who  could remove  children from middle class and wealthy homes during a  divorce  or custody dispute through the use of Family Bridges, a reunificaiton camp and therapy sessions. Family Bridges assures   judges, lawyers, cops and reporters from San Jose Mercury News, and Orange County Register ample cash and protection to keep the enterprise flowing.  


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Divorce attorney Mia Mosher has been paid millions to bring bogus reports from custody  experts  who raise money with Randy Rand by getting judges and lawyers to invest in private businesses  or to donate to charities.
These reunificaiton camps are similar to the private prisons exposed in the Kids – 4- Cash scandal, only in California.  Reunifciation camps are shaking down parents by court order for as much as $45,000 in ” services” for a weekend.  Some parents report being billed over $600,000 , with funds taken by the court from the equity in the family home by weaponizing conflict over children. 

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Divorce Dilemma: Who Gets the Kids On Thanksgiving?

Divorce Dilemma: Who Gets the Kids On Thanksgiving?

 

I’ve always thought of Thanksgiving as the start of the holiday season. First, there is Thanksgiving, then there is Black Friday (hey, that’s a celebration, too!), then Christmas, then New Year’s Eve, and finally, New Year’s Day. But, because celebrating the season is usually synonymous with having family time, the holidays can be particularly painful when you are going through a divorce and for years afterward.

Who Gets the Kids on Thanksgiving?

For many divorced and divorcing moms, one of the hardest parts about the holidays is deciding what happens with the kids on those days. (The hardest part is actually celebrating the holidays when you don’t have your kids with you, but that’s a subject for a whole other article.)

Obviously, sitting down to a Norman Rockwell Thanksgiving with your entire family at the table, including your ex, is usually neither a real possibility nor a good choice – although some amazing divorced couples do still celebrate holidays together for the sake of the kids. If you don’t happen to be one of those exceedingly rare divorced couples who can still spend Thanksgiving together even after they are divorced, the question remains: what happens to the kids?

The Legal Answer

For once, the legal answer to this question is easy: on Thanksgiving, the kids go wherever the court order (or your divorce judgment) says that they go. Of course, before you get a court order, someone has to decide what it will say. So, either you and your ex have to work out a deal, or the judge will decide what happens for you.

But, here is an inside secret: judges hate deciding who gets the kids for the holidays! Your judge doesn’t know you! She doesn’t know your kids. She has no idea what your holiday traditions have been in the past. All she knows is that your kids have to go somewhere. And, if you and your spouse can’t make that decision, she will. But don’t expect the judge to be impressed with either you or your spouse if you force her to make a decision which, with all due respect, she is not nearly as qualified to make as you and your spouse (a/k/a your children’s parents).

What Are Your Choices?

There are lots of different ways you can divide up the holidays with your kids. For Thanksgiving, you basically have four options:

1. One parent always gets Thanksgiving. This is usually an only an option for people who don’t care about Thanksgiving (like foreign nationals) or people who always have to work on Thanksgiving.

2. Each parent gets all of Thanksgiving day in alternating years.

3. The parents split Thanksgiving day, with one parent getting the kids from, say 8am to 3pm and the other getting them from 3pm to 10pm. This option only works if you and your spouse/ex live fairly close together, you each respect each other enough to actually be on time with the kids, and no one minds if the kids eat Thanksgiving dinner twice.

4. One parent gets, not only Thanksgiving day, but the entire weekend one year, and the other parent gets the whole weekend the next year. This is usually the best option for people who travel to be with family on Thanksgiving.

So, How do you Decide?

The best way to decide where the kids should go on Thanksgiving is to put yourself in their shoes and try to do what is really in their best interest. What does that mean? It means not insisting that Thanksgiving be treated as a one-day holiday when your entire family has always gone to your in-laws’ house in a different state for the whole Thanksgiving weekend. You know that unless you treat the whole weekend as a holiday the kids are never going to get to go their grandparents’ house for Thanksgiving again. Don’t do that to them!

By the same token, just because you may have always gone with the kids to your parents’ house for Thanksgiving in the past, that does not mean that it is in their best interest to always spend that weekend with you. Your ex is their parent, too. They need to spend holidays with both of you.

So, what if your ex is lousy at holidays and you know the kids will have a much better time if they are with you? I hate to say it, but the best thing you can do for your kids is to encourage them to go and to have a good time. Help them to make the best of the holiday even if their father celebrates it in a very different way from you. (You can also choose to celebrate a second “Thanksgiving” on a day when your kids are with you.)

What if You Can’t Decide?

If you and your spouse, for whatever reason, can’t agree on who gets the kids for Thanksgiving, then you have three choices: don’t do anything and let the chips fall where they may on Thanksgiving Day; get a mediator to help you and your spouse come to terms about the holiday; or ask the judge to decide the issue for you. Of these three choices, the first is by far the worst.

If you don’t have a court order that says anything about where the kids go for Thanksgiving, and you and your ex don’t agree, you need to get a court order! Do NOT avoid dealing with the issue. You may think you have the upper hand. You may think you have a great plan for how you will whisk the kids away for the day. But you may also end up with a stress-filled day when your spouse shows up in the middle of Thanksgiving dinner, pounding on the door and demanding to see the kids. Or, worse, you may find yourself on the receiving end of a court motion in which your spouse paints you as being unfair and as alienating him from the kids.

If you do have to go to court to fight over Thanksgiving, there is one thing you absolutely must do: File early! You can’t wait until the week before Thanksgiving and file an emergency motion asking the judge to decide where the kids should go on the holiday. Thanksgiving is not an emergency.

A Time for Giving Thanks

No matter what, It is hard to spend Thanksgiving, or any other holiday, without your kids. But, whether you are with them all day, part of the day, or not at all, remember: at least you have kids. Hopefully, they are healthy. Hopefully, they are reasonably happy. It’s Thanksgiving. Take time to give thanks.

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Half Baked Attorneys Bring in Cash to Bribe Judges

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‘John Conway (left), Stephen Kennedy (above) and Tom Hogan running underground money laundering oepration to bribe judges with help from Cheri Bell ( right) 

Business  Under the Influence , For Profit 

Divorce attorney Tom Hogan was groomed by John Conway to expand an enterprise  centered around cannabis related  businesses in Santa Clara, Stanislaus and San Joaquin Counties. Judges would benefit from shadow investments that poured cash into their pockets and homes. 

San Joaquin County divorce lawyers Diane Butler and Lisa Theissen started a racket with Judge Robin Appel saw  cops and reporters bribed to advance an underground enterprise that operated with the cover of the state’s legal system and the immunity it afforded.  Hogan would expand the racket to Stanislaus and Santa Clara with the help of John Conway and a paralegal- attorney  network operating in family law matters. 

The  network modeled mob activity in and aorund divorce and probate cases. The enterprise  uses paralegals and secretaries from mid and large law firms. Cheri Bell of the Daprile – Bell Family Law Firm brought in women to  handle  accounting and movement of cash drops to cops with Rebekah Frye and Tracey Duell Cazes. These lawyers operated a  shadow economy that raised cash to bribe judges, cops and politicans in order to advance an enterprise flush with cash booze and weed. The money they took from families involved in divorce or probate matters acted as a bonus. 

Tom Hogan reportedly had  an  affair with Rebecca Fleming , the new Santa Clara Court clerk and CEO . That affair paid off as Hogan handled judge investment money as an off shoot of John Conway’s  alcohol business. Conway, while handling a divorce case connected to a client with  a busienss partner in the Santa Cruz O’ Neil surf brand, gave the lawyers an “in” to surf, sea and weed related businesses in exchange for favorable court orders and judgments for his family law clients. Conway wanted to be a judge and worked overtime on judge shadow investments to get the job. 

Conway worked with Stephen Kennedy, a known fan of the lettuce leaf and profits he could demand from his family law clients and partnership with Nicole Myers. 

According to recordings of secret judge investment meetings, Hogan was to handle the San Joaquin Valley business. John Conway would handle the busienss in San Jose and on the coast. Kennedy would be a runner, with the added  link to the Santa Clara DA’s office.  Hogan had corruption sewn up in Stanislaus. They would own bars and dispensaries and would get discounts in the local newspaper. They women backed them up by handling   handle judge investments, where they eventually hooked into  drug money and clients  in San Joaquin County.  

According to papers handled by family law and bankrupcy attorney Elise Mitchell, Conway wanted to be a judge. However, it was determined he was  more valuable handling judge investments.  Money moved through spouses and children to avoid detection from the IRS. Conway had clients who ran large scale dispensaries  generated cash that could be laundered by purchasing cash cards, cryptocurrency and paying off second mortages on the homes of judges and their family members. 

Conway reportedly had help from an  insider in the California Attorney General’s Office , Troy Overton, whose wife was a judge. Overton played lookout in the AG’s office when complaints were lodged. Troy Overton  could pressure rival businesses that diluted profits.

Hogan had help from Alan Cassidy   who is now a family law judge with the Modesto Police in on the operation. 

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Divorce Lawyer Trafficks Kids, Funded by the NFL

Criminal defense attorney Eric Geffon handled high profile criminal cases in Santa Clara County and was  paid by the NFL to silence women and young girls who made allegations of rape or sexual abuse against 49er football players.  When he became a judge, he brouoght in attorney Nicole Ford to take over. 

Karyn Sinunu Towery, a DA insider, has been paid milions of dollars to drop  criminal charges against 49er players, When public pressure mounted, Sinunu Towery began to “volunteer ”  for Santa Clara University’s Northern California Innocence Project. Behind the scenes she worked with Santa Clara government attorney Ann Ravel to get kickbacks for getting kids moved into CPS or foster care where private businesses such as Family Bridges could get paid on the public dime. 

According to secret recordings of Elise Mitchell taken from Overeater’s Anonymous, (where Mitchell is a regular attendeee), Nicole  Ford,  and other lawyers  were paid millons of dollars from the 49ers when the  team moved from San Francisco to Santa Clara.  Ford and Geffon had were paid to assure the  silencing  of women who claimed to be victims in connection with 49er players and management. 

San Jose and Santa Clara Police officers were paid millions more to assist. Players beating and raping women, or having kids out of wedlock,  was embarrassing for the 49er franchise, and the lawyers, judges and cops in Santa Clara were paid under the table to handle it. 

Nicole Ford moved  money into charities , including WomenSV and Community Solutions, If women complained there, Ford would have them  silenced, keeping allegations out of the news. Once victims were silenced, Mitchell and Ford were paid to keep   allegations out of public court proceedings.

Ford was also  assisted by government attorneys Ann Ravel and Ward Penfold , who moved kids for the benefit of NFL players, Hollywood celebrities and big tech managers ad workers. The demand for young women was a constant challenge for NFL and 49er management. 

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Elise Mitchell was paid by the NFL to keep Black players out of the news and bankruptcy court. For her involvement Mitchell  acted as a ghost attorney and was paid millions under- the- table and in loan payoffs.

While attending an  Overeaters Anonymous Meeting, Mitchell was recorded explaining how NFL money funded judge bribes and the trafficking of women used to statisfy players. At one point Mitchell claimed  it took boat loads of cash to pay off cops to bury arrests of players. 

For the messy custody cases 49er players landed,   Mitchell noted that family law attorneys  Mia Mosher and Nicole Ford taught those in the network to use  family court proceedings in order to provide a fresh and  steady supply of underage girls and women to  keep players and NFL managers happy.

Mitchell noted the involvment of Mia Mosher and custody experts Dr. Rebecca Bailey and  Phil Stahl  could remove  children from middle class and wealthy homes during a  divorce  or custody dispute through the use of Family Bridges, a reunificaiton camp and therapy sessions. Family Bridges assures    judges, lawyers, cops and reporters from San Jose Mercury News, and Orange County Register ample cash and protection to keep the enterprise flowing.  


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Divoerce attorney Mia Mosher has been paid millions to bring bogus reports fromcusotdy  experts Phil Stahl and Dr. Rebecca Bailey  who raise money with Randy Rand by getting judges and lawyers to invest in private businesses  or to donate to charities connected with them including Weave, Santa Clara DAO ,WomenSV and Next Door. 

These reunificaiton camps are similar to the private prisons exposed in the Kids – 4- Cash scandal, only in California , the reunifciation camps are shaking down parents by court order for as much as $45,000 in ” services” for a weekned. 


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Brad Baugh Used Newsletters Signals Corruption

Early in his legal career divorce attorney Brad Baugh carved out a special niche to connect  lawyers and judges in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. As editor of the family law newsletter, judges and lawyers  read what Baugh wrote in newsletters delivered directly to mailboxes in the most affluent California communities. 

Each newsletter brought ads for office space, paralegals and fire sales in law firms up and down Silicon Valley. Baugh controlled the messages and the information, elevating himself and his legal career in the process. 

These newsletters had another purpose that could not be seen on the surface. The newsletters were used to gather information, but also to engage in what was arguably antitrust activity. With the typing of each newsletter, Baugh got lawyers appointed as referees, Special Masters, private judges and minor’s counsel while he also worked to get lawyers elvated to the bench, where they would owe him and his associates favors. 

Baugh’s newsletters are said to have sent signals to judges as to how to rule in divorce cases to earn more in fees for the lawyers in Baugh’s network. 

​Secret Funds and CPS Ghost Children 

Baugh used the Newsletter to promote fundraising, and kickbacks to therapist willing to write reports that would provide judges with evidence to justify stealing children and family assets in divorce cases. He was said to be providing kickbacks to Santa Clara County Counsel  Ann Ravel for a ghost children program. Ravel , arranged for children taken in divorce or custody cases into foster programs that brought in funding from the federal government.  This illicit activity was covered up by the county’s Department of Child Support Services, and CPS. 

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Family Court Judges: Cannibals of the Courts

Somehow in the mountains of literature written about family court aberration and dysfunction, the voices that are missing are those of the executioners: the men and women in black robes. Those who speak out about the need for “reform” in family court seem to believe that these judges are not active entities, participants, even prime […]

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