Lauren Stephens has been a Father’s Rights Advocate since 2004, and has worked with numerous Fathers and government agencies to reunite children with their fathers and to give them a better understanding of the father’s absolute rights when it comes to his own flesh and blood children.
This notion that children only deserve their fathers every other weekend is precisely what’s wrong in America today.
Women who cannot support their children are rewarded with tens of thousands of dollars a year in tax payer funded assistance (free legal services, rental assistance, free child support collection services, food stamps, tax rebates and incentives, free lunches, and more), while men who are having a hard time financially are annihilated in the legal system, financially ruined, have their tax refunds stolen, have their driver’s licenses revoked, are labeled as dead beat dads and are prevented from seeing their children. The family court system, is corrupt and tax payer dollars are fueling the fire, specifically mandated by the Federal government under the Social Security Act, Title IV-D.
Until everyone understands the corrupt nature of the family court system, and the billions of dollars of tax payer money per year that is hijacked and then given to the states (who, in order to receive the money, must make parents fight) the system will never change.
We are here to help. We are not attorneys. We are advocates, we provide professional Power of Attorney services or sometimes, we may be able to help by preparing Friend of the Court documents. We have worked with numerous courts, child support enforcement officers, municipal councils and boards, schools and other areas of interest to educate the public and public policy specialists to help promote a better awareness of various issues that face all of us today.
Definition of ADVOCATE
1: one that pleads the cause of another; specifically : one that pleads the cause of another before a tribunal or judicial court
2: one that defends or maintains a cause or proposal
3: one that supports or promotes the interests of another
Definition of PROFESSIONAL POWER OF ATTORNEY
A person who represents a client in the manners designated by that client, which can be very broad or narrow, according to the client’s specific needs. Many states (including New York, California, Illinois, Minnesota, etc.) have authorized a “Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney” which legally allows a third party to act on the client’s behalf in such areas as Claims and Litigation, Family Matters, Tax Matters and more. People who engage in this profession generally are not Attorneys, but are very experienced and understand the legal system.
Definition of FRIEND OF THE COURT (Amicus Curiae)
An amicus curiae (also amicus curiæ; plural amici curiae, literally “friend of the court”) is someone who is not a party to a case who offers information that bears on the case but that has not been solicited by any of the parties to assist a court. This may take the form of legal opinion, testimony or learned treatise (the amicus brief) and is a way to introduce concerns ensuring that the possibly broad legal effects of a court decision will not depend solely on the parties directly involved in the case. The decision on whether to admit the information lies at the discretion of the court.
Salmon LJ (as Lord Salmon then was) in Allen v Sir Alfred McAlpine & Sons Ltd  2 QB 229 at p. 266 F-G:
I had always understood that the role of an amicus curiae was to help the court by expounding the law impartially, or if one of the parties were unrepresented, by advancing the legal arguments on his behalf.