After a second appeal to the Supreme Court of Michigan in a case argued by Carson J. Tucker, the Court overruled state case law and holds that federal law preempts state courts from ordering a division of military disability pay in state court divorce proceedings.
More analysis on the opinion in Foster v Foster will follow, but suffice it to say this is a victory that has taken nearly 6 years to procure and two Supreme Court appeals (an interim United States Supreme Court decision), and believe it or not, still some fighting to do. We will not quit!
Read the opinion here:
RE: State of Michigan entered a non-consented to “settlement agreement”
My story documents judges’ abuse of power and blowing the whistle on the connivance between power and politics. America’s Family Court is not about the best interest of the child, it is about the state’s treasury and maximizing multi-billions in federal child support incentives, under Title IV-D. Family Court illegally subject me to a to non-consented to “settlement agreement,” bench warrants, the loss of homes and all contents, professional licenses, retirement accounts, and life savings, for parental rights. Michigan Democratic State Representative read my book and responded to me November 19, 2019:
“Representative Stone was very moved by your experiences and immediately our office began looking into Judicial Bias and how it is addressed in the State of Michigan. With that all said, it is still well documented that either recourse is an uphill, and sometimes impossible, battle for a person when looking for judicial recourse and is in need of reform.”
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