Child Support Debt Is Unconstitutional

Awesome fathers get broke down and left with nothing because many mothers become malicious and vengeful, coveting the children and assets, and even alienating the children from their own loving parent. The tribunals do not see this because men( judges) naturally protect women and women scream “victim.” Judges are still living in the 1950’s. Obsolete traditions overrule common sense, fairness, and real scientific proof now available that tells shared parenting is best for children. About 300 parents of divorce silently is suicide every month as a result of the overwhelming pain, pressure, and prejudice.

Hundreds of thousands of parents, second wives, and grandparents are uniting across the United States( and the world) to fight the tyranny that is our family court system. Millions of fathers, and even some mothers, are fed up with these sexist and out of touch magistrates who abuse their power and the complicit and unethical lawyers who profit from this intentionally unjust system. There is a conspiracy of stillnes to protect this evil fund machine that is damaging generations of children.

In 1975, Congress passed a law which included a last minute amendment to create the Office of Child Support Enforcement( OCSE ). When signing the statute, then President Ford commented that it took the federal government too far into domestic relations and promised to propose legislation to correct the problem. Over the decade that followed, it became clear that OCSE intended to grow in size and influence to command all aspects of child aid law, confiscating that power from the nation tribunals.

The size of the OCSE grew, this decade acquiring a staff in excess of 50,000 and costing taxpayers some$ 3 billion annually. Child assistance constitutions were modified, so that simple-minded mathematical formulae are used to make award decisions. This new simplicity is involved due to the low level of education of workers who are assigned as “judges” in child aid suits. Extreme repercussions defined by new federal statutes, often carried out automatically and without experiment, give the child assistance implementation bureau strength over tens of millions of individuals that surpasses anything previously seen in the United States.

After nearly 25 times since its start, judges in Minnesota eventually felt that they had understood enough. In June of last year, the Court of Entreaty “ve decided that” the administrative limb of the administration had outperformed its constitutional powers.

“The administrative child support process governed by Minn. Stat. 518.5511 (1996) is unconstitutional because it violates the separation of powers required by Minn. Const. art. III, 1.” (STATE OF MINNESOTA IN COURT OF APPEALS C7-97-926 C8-97-1132 C7-97-1512 C8-98-33, Filed June 12, 1998;


“The administrative child support process created by Minn. Stat. 518.5511 (1996) violates the separation of powers doctrine by infringing on the district court’s original jurisdiction, by creating a tribunal which is not inferior to the district court, and by permitting child support officers to practice law. Therefore, the statute is unconstitutional.” (STATE OF MINNESOTA IN SUPREME COURT C7-97-926 C8-97-1132 C9-98-33 C7-97-1512, Filed: January 28, 1999, Office of Appellate Courts;

Section 1 of the Thirteenth Amendment:

“Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.”

If one is ordered to pay child support and has no task then they WILL be incarcerated once the amount owed reachings a certain amount.