You might not have known how convoluted the family court system can be
Sometimes protective parents step into the family court system completely unaware of how the system works.
They think they’re simply going to speak for their children and see justice done.
Sometimes they don’t even know what a guardian ad litem is.
Yes, it makes sense that the courts would appoint a representative for those who are judged too young to speak for themselves.
But what can you do when these court-appointed professionals don’t allow the children to present their complaints and claims?
When they effectively rob the children of their ability to tell their story?
When they essentially violate their clients’ rights?
What can you do when the other court actors agree with this violation of fiduciary responsibility?
When all of them adopt a false narrative, even those who have committed to caring for the children?
This is where the Foundation for Family Law in the Public Interest comes in
The Foundation for Family Law in the Public Interest (FFLPI) is an association of independent practitioners from across the United States, engaging in the practice of law in the family and probate courts.
Committed to Constitutional principles, we litigate for our clients, advancing claims in the public interest.
At FFLPI, we work for the rights of the vulnerable
We work to protect the rights of vulnerable populations, children, the elderly, and the disabled, those who cannot choose treatment modalities and providers for themselves. We work in association with the Foundation for Child Victims of the Family Courts, www.fcvfc.org.
Yes, the state has legal control of the decision-making process. But we look for the intersection between that control and the rights of the individual.
At FFLPI, we promote the individual's right to speak for themselves
Each individual, even if very young, very old, or very disabled, has a story to tell.
Our desire is to help facilitate, as much as possible, the ability of all individuals to speak for themselves.
At FFLPI, we work toward prosecution of crimes
At the Foundation for Family Law in the Public Interest, we seek prosecution of crimes against children, even in the home, in the form of abuse, endangerment, or neglect.
We seek prosecution of crimes against children, even in the courtroom, in the form of blatant failure of government institutions.
At the Foundation for Family Law in the Public Interest, we seek justice in the all-too-often unjust systems known as family and probate courts.