One father's fight against parental alienation, failings of the UK Family Law process, and the apathy of the system we entrust with a duty of care to our children. A story of our time, a story of divorce, separation and the way fathers are faced with almost insurmountable barriers to having ongoing relationships with their children when the parents separate. In many ways this is every father's story. But it is also a story that will resonate with some mothers who, like Thomas in this book, also face being eradicated from their children's lives.
Professional cartoonist Steve Barr shows how to create whimsical space craft and critters in an easy-to-follow, step-by-step way. This print on demand version has black and white images inside, but the original color illustrations can all be seen on the publisher's web site.
Slighted by the infidelity of Mr. Grimm, Mrs. Grimm wants to have her day in court, -a routine request for anybody coming to see Portia Porter and her team. But Mrs. Grimm also has demands that are not so routine in a divorce lawyer's office: she does not want to involve any lawyers. Or to air her laundry in court. Or to sue her husband. Impossible, you say? Maybe not for Portia Porter and her faithful legal team. This time, they even might get paid. Or will they? Portia explains intrigue of Judges' Chambers. The Raccoon explains high fashion.
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