I Thessalonians 5:20, 21

Do not despise expounding of scripture, but scrutinize all things. Hold fast that which is right.

Malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium

- I prefer liberty with danger to peace with slavery.


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Saturday, December 06, 2014

How the American Legal System Creates Deadbeat Dads

"With all that has happened to you, you should write a book."

Jack Dalton, the ex-wife's first attorney of record in our divorce.

The book took me six years to write. Many times, due to the emotional stress of reliving and remembering what took place during my divorce, I would literally have to push myself away from the desk and my keyboard and go away from the difficult task of writing this book, sometimes not to resume writing for days, weeks and even months. 

Available here:
Deadbeat Dad


"You're the best pro-se litigant I have had in my courtroom in the 27 years I've been on the bench .... I don't give reasons, I give rulings. Now, sit down and shut-up. If I hear another word out out of you, I'll find you in contempt of court."

The "Honorable" Judge John E. Buffington, Humboldt County California Superior Court

From the reviews:

By drusher
Jan 18, 2009
"Deadbeat Dads are real" Charles Fockaert has accurately and unemotionally documented in great detail what the divorce system did to him. This book is unusual in that it is a fully-cited documentary containing full source material and names of individuals in the divorce system.. This sets it apart from other books consisting mostly of rants or anecdote. This book is also unusual in that it names the individuals who abuse the system, and documents exactly what they did. Charles suffered just about every possible perversion practiced by the family courts. The richness of the situation first made me ask myself "how could anyone handle this without going nuts?" Those who are not aware of the vagaries of the divorce system should read this book. This book is an accurate, microcosmic view of what goes in every day in divorce courts across America. The people identified in the book do not like like it. They better get used to not liking it because the men's movement is here to stay. Those who think they can make a living destroying fathers for arbitrary or false reasons better get another job, unless of course, they want to be subject of a much larger documentary which is sure to take place in the future. David R. Usher Senior Policy Analyst True Equality Network.