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THE “WEIGHT” OF EMPTINESS SIMPLE “FAMILY” COURT FARMERS

GRAIN

FUEL

CHILDREN

A Sought-After Commodity Elevators are needed for the trade and transportation of grain, plus networking the finances. Without oversight from the USDA, the scales at a grain elevator could be as lucrative as operators desired. Which, on the other side of the scale, would be as empty.

A Sought-After Commodity Gas Stations are needed for the trade and transportation of fuel, plus networking the finances. Without oversight from the Dep. of Ag., the electronic scales at gas stations could be as lucrative as owners de-sired. Which, on the other end of the hose, would be as empty.

A Precious Commodity Family courts are needed in divorce for the trade and transportation of children, plus networking finances. With no regulatory oversight, the scales measuring the price per child are as lucrative as lawyer’s desire. Which, on the parent’s end, is as empty.

THAT SINKING SINKING FEELING If gas station attendants each determined their own gate fees, then the public could be kept out of fuel if they couldn’t pay the fee. Families have no right to a representation in court. So, when “family” court gatekeepers are too extreme, then we’re pushed farther under water and we can’t save our kids so that their best interest is heard. Written by Aaron W. Wemple

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EMPTINESS Nowhere does the public experience more emptiness in the price for a seed than in the “family” divorce industry. Eric Loema reported that his children are being traded for $125 per hour for females and $250 per hour for males in his family court case in Winnebago County, Illinois. This is an example of the financial or physical emptiness due to an allegedly unfair trading practice.

DROWNING WHILE DROWNING Cost Helper Personal Finance reports that a child custody attorney can cost anywhere from $3,000 to $35,000. And Alondra from Nashville, TN reported that she paid $4,000 for a simple 2-hour child custody mediation and says that she was not sure if her attorney was taking advantage or not. Aleicia Reading says that she paid $7,000 for a dissolution and child custody case which took 1 day and had no witnesses, no court reporter, no specialists or expert witnesses, no joint property to distribute, and no dispositions. [Sources: Electronic personal communications and www.personalfinance.costhelper.com]

Growing Poor Family Court Plants It’s a Legacy of Notorious Trade

GOOD SAMARTIANS HELP FILL THE VOIDS Caroline Steffen freely explains that her children are being traded for $96 per hour for females and $300 per hour for males in her family court case in Kane County, Illinois. And she advocates for the parental equality in IL House Bill 4113, and is a shining example of filling emptiness. Family court is essentially decision making. Good, normal and healthy decision making is more like electrical circuits in a smartphone than it is creating voids. In fact, the Harvard Business Review has several issues online about how much more confidence and security there is in micro decisions. Unregulated public macro decisions can be lucrative. But micro regulations are smarter and safer. And innocent parents above all have the right and the responsibility to be their own law. But we cannot be our own law in wild “family” court. We are someone else’s “law.” And often, we are even someone else’s someone else’s “law.” Our concrete “weight” of emptiness.

“If leaders are not regulating trade, then they’re leaving families sunk.”

Written by Aaron W. Wemple

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The Weight of Emptiness (Free with Subscription)  

The Weight of Emptiness is a case for certified public scales. It highlights the need for certified public "family" divorce court scales and...

The Weight of Emptiness (Free with Subscription)  

The Weight of Emptiness is a case for certified public scales. It highlights the need for certified public "family" divorce court scales and...