The Family Court Accountability Coalition engages in Judicial, Legislative and Executive Branch advocacy on behalf of socioeconomically disadvantaged family court stakeholders. According to the Judicial Council of California, 75 percent of family court litigants are self-represented because they cannot afford an attorney. Yet many courts cater to attorneys and the parties they are paid to represent, while denying the indigent meaningful and effective access to family court services.
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Bay Area Divorce Lawyer Brad Baugh Facing Fraud on the Court, Fee Churning Allegations
New Santa Clara County Superior Court: Judge-Attorney Collusion Alleged