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martin harrowsmith

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 81% (48 of 59)
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,316,223 - Total Helpful Votes: 48 of 59
Fathers Matter: A Guide to Contact on Separation a&hellip by Celia Conrad
3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I read this with great interest, then I read my second purchase FAMILY COURT HELL by Mark Harris. Celia Conrad carefuly details what should happen when you go to these appalling courts and some of the pitfalls fathers either fall into or are led into. FAMILY COURT HELL is a graphic insight into what those pitfalls are and what happens when you land in them. FAMILY COURT HELL names & shames a variety of Judges, Child Psychiatrists and other court officials without fear or mercy. Read both and you get the complete picture.
The Infighter's Guide to Divorce by Richard Marsden
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tells it how it is,, 5 Sep 2007
A really good book for those up against a hostile ex wife. I also bought FAMILY COURT HELL by Mark Harris which details all the inside court stuff in his access case (133 hearings, two jail terms for contempt). You can't read enough of these sort of books if you are up against a difficult or dishonest ex, stops you feeling like it's only you it's happening too!
The Custody Minefield: Parental Separation, Your R&hellip by Michael Robinson
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I thought this to be a very good easily read guide to what the law should do. I agree with the last reviewer; read this and FAMILY COURT HELL by Mark Harris and you get a clear picture of what laws should be applied, and how the UK Courts fail to deliver when the mother simply says no.