Jian Ghomeshi & Bill C-51

2017-06-27T19:07:26-07:00June 27th, 2017|Blog, Feminism LOL|

Jian Ghomeshi’s accusers were caught by the trial judge being less than truthful. Gomeshi was found not guilty. All hell then broke loose among the juvenile victim feminists and their ilk. They have since duped the government in Ottawa to come out with Bill C-51  to help insure that lying women won’t get caught in

Re-examining the research on parental conflict, coparenting, and custody arrangements.

2017-05-03T09:00:29-07:00May 3rd, 2017|Blog|

This article addresses 4 questions: First, how much weight should be given to parental conflict and the quality of the coparenting relationship in determining parenting time—specifically with respect to children’s living at least 35% time with each parent in joint physical custody? Second, to what extent are low conflict and cooperative coparenting connected to better

I have never met a dead beat dad

2017-04-02T14:21:37-07:00April 2nd, 2017|Blog, Carey's Thoughts, Family Law|

In 40 years of family law I have never met a dead beat dad, if by “dead beat” one means a father who willfully and with intent is underemployed for the sole purpose of avoiding child support. What I have seen are legions of fathers whose changing circumstances prevent them from earning what they would

British Columbia Father Commits Suicide

2017-03-29T11:48:50-07:00March 29th, 2017|Blog, Carey's Thoughts|

"Jeramey A was killed by the feminization of family courts,” said Vancouver father’s lawyer Carey Linde. He had heard that on March 9 a father hit with $8,000.00 a month in support and his children alienated against him took his life.   Linde added “The law, the courts, lawyers and politicians dispense injustice to children and