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What Law To Use In Family Court

When you go into family court, the judge will not state what laws they are using in their court. Some will say that if the flag in the court has yellow tassels on it, they are using maritime law. (Shipping industry use and what was used when ships were exploring different continents. This is the law that businesses use when shipping products.)
Why do you think a judge would not say what law they were using? The judge does not want you to know what law they are using so if you use that law, they can change to a different law. We are not in America anymore, we are in Merica. The rules we use to be under have changed. The rules were changed, and the people were not notified so they can use trickery against you when you come into their court of law.
If the judge gives you the law they were using, what will happen? The judge would have a standard that they would have to go by. You could then pull up the manual of what your judge is to do and how they are to rule. This would keep fraud from h…

Secret Council Making Laws

A Michigan mother was jailed for library fines for books not returned. When you look to see what government organization is in control of the library you discover a secret council that makes laws. Public Act 540 of 1982 created the Library of Michigan.
Control of the library from the Department of Education was then transferred to the Legislative Council. The Constitution directs the legislature to appropriate funds for the Legislative Council's operations which include providing bill drafting, research, and other services to the members of the legislature. Michigan Legislative Council is a bipartisan, bicameral body of legislators established in Article IV, Section 15 of the Constitution of the State of Michigan.
Organized as a bicameral body composed of an upper chamber, the Senate, and a lower chamber, the House of Representatives. Article IV of the Michigan Constitution, adopted in 1963, defines the role of the Legislature.  
The primary purpose of the Legislature is to enact new…

What A Fair Divorce Looks Like

There is a simple and easy solution to the family court issues. This solution would not take a lot of money, the courts would not even be involved and the money-generating pigs would die a horrible death.
There should be a flat fee for divorce, say $6,000.This fee is to be paid by both parties unless they can show they can’t afford it. If a parent can’t afford to pay a payment plan could be set up or taken out of the assets of the marital property. The court would take their cut of $1000.
The judges job would be to finalize the paperwork and make sure there was a fair split of assets. The fees would also go to pay employees, filing paperwork, and maintenance.
The attorneys would each take a cut of $2,500. They would work out the settlement and custody arrangements. They would not be attorneys, but mediators.
If there is no compromise on the settlement and custody, there would be a trial.There would be an upcharge of $4,000 to hold the trial. If there were any allegations of abuse a compla…