Fix the System




Family courts and Child Protective Services are not designed to properly investigate crimes against children.  Child custody evaluators charged with protecting children are not qualified.  They are trained by special interest groups to promote conflict within the families.  The more conflict, the more ‘services’ the families require and all of these cost the families money in many times they do not have.  In order to protect children we encourage the following changes to help guard against retaliation, intimidation and incompetence by the custody decision makers.


    •   Install audio/visual digital recorders in the District Judge and Associate Judge courtrooms.
    •   De-fund all fatherhood and access and visitation grant (A/V) funds.

  •    Stop the county currently raising money for private parties through legislation.  

  •    Prohibit judges from court ordering families to participate in fee based private services and programs, like appointing amicus attorneys for children.
  •    Create Task Forces to provide oversight and accountability over family courts.

  •    Implement a differentiated case management system for family court cases.

    •   Redefine the state's role in family law. 

More information:

What are Access and Visitation grants?

How do the courts and arms of the court document which custodial parents who lost custody? 

Was your case documented in one of the monthly excel spreadsheets sent to the state? 

How are CPS , Tarrant County Family Courts, Domestic Relations Office and Newday Services all working together?  PDF

View the Office of the Inspector General’s report of the Child Support Enforcement Offices.

What are the Texas judicial canons?

Are Texas judges being held accountable when complaints are filed for violating judicial canons?

Is the state required to report court appointment’s fees?

What are IV-D courts?

Are judges immune from their decisions?

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