Family Law Reform Discussion ~ Judge vs Juries. Catch The Interview July 27, 2016 7:00 pm PST/10:00 pm EST

Catch the interview and hear what retired Law Enforcement Officer and Divorce Coach, Catherine MacWillie, says on Family Law reform using juries and not judges to decide divorce and custody issues. What would it take to put juries in courtrooms or should we? What are the issues? Catch this important reform discussion on Talk Radio Experts with Attorney Vincent Davis. July 27, 2016, 7:00 PST/10:00 PM EST. Call 646-668-8791. No registration required. Use the time to listen to past shows dealing with CPS and Family Law.


Catherine MacWillie is the CEO of Custody Calculations and a Child Custody and Divorce Coach. She has 32 years experience dealing with Family Law. 24 years as a law enforcement officer responding to radio calls dealing with divorce and custody issues and a first responder to child abuse investigations in addition to other related assignments. She spent ten years researching Family Law and divorce including cause, effect, impact, solutions to the many issues that arise during divorce and custody proceedings. The last eight years as a Coach.

She is the past president of Stop Parental Alienation of Children. A prior board member of Parental Alienation Awareness Organization. An advisory board member of International Support Network of Alienated Families. A member of Parental Alienation Study Group. A member of the 2014 Parental Alienation Colloquium, Long Beach, California. A member of the 2016 Parental Alienation Think Tank, Beverly Hills, California.

In 2017 her research on divorce, crime and parental alienation will be presented in Prague, Czechoslovakia at the International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) a prestigious event with participants coming from around the globe to present.

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6 thoughts on “Family Law Reform Discussion ~ Judge vs Juries. Catch The Interview July 27, 2016 7:00 pm PST/10:00 pm EST

  1. Shawn Feuerstein

    I’m interested to hear what is said. As far as should we put juries in the court room. The question should be why are they not holding to the Constitution and putting juries in the court room? Why is our government allowing two different styles of courts? One of which doesn’t adhere to a set of laws that are equal to all citizens ? Why is there no over sight to see if the family courts are ruling in a impartial way?

  2. Jeni Hammer

    What I have a very difficult conflict with in our existing plague of PAS is the need to diagnose the child who has been exposed to adult misbehavior. Further harming the child. The Alienator(s) (“Custodial Parent” following unconstitutional violation to parent & child relationship) diagnosed seems more appropriate. We “alienated” tend to document what occured, facts are less work. Adult kids are less work this way too.
    The drama these inflated ego’s create to simply withold a healthy relationship out of spite, is THIS BIG!
    Define aiding & abeding by national definition…

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