Final Comment and Question

I have read the posts on this blog for several months now and I have shared in the joy some people have found in finally getting justice. I have seen some good advice and some bad.

One question remains. How can the average guy, pay for attorney fees and court costs?

All the love in the world that I have for my kids will not put the $10,000 in my checking account that a lawyer will need to fight for justice for me and my children.

Brave and noble declarations simply do not pay the legal bill when it comes in at the end of the month.

There’s SUPREME hope!

We followed your legal ordeal since the inception of this blog, nine months ago, and we also know of your emotional turmoils. You persisted, and followed the honorable route.

Now you have been vindicated by the Georgia Supreme Court. That’s the final word on the matter, and it will speak volumes to friends and neighbors (and those soccer parents ;-).

But most importantly, your children will forever remember you as the one who loved and fought for them…

There is hope!

For those of you who have heard me whine about the system and my custody battle ordeal, here is a little sunshine!!!

After 3 courts and four Judges awarded me custody of the children and she kept being able to use the system to keep the children for almost three years because the state of GA has a law that says when you appeal the ruling reverts to the original, she pulled her final stunt and chance for anything by filing an appeal to the Supreme Court some two months ago +/_ .

I am happy to say that I received a letter from the Supreme Court yesterday that had just two sentences:

“The Supreme Court today denied the petition for certiorari in this case. All judges concur.”

Yes! This means it is OVER!!!! I picked up my children last night and slept like a baby for the first time in a long time.

There is hope with the courts, if only they could shorten the time it takes for the process and change the law where she/he can continue using the system for their benefit.


PS: PRAYER is the best tool for peace of mind, patience, and hope. PRAY HARD!!!