Author mickey
11 Jan

The Narrative Bias in Swiss Legal Proceedings: The Plight of Fathers in Custody and Divorce Cases

In the intricate tapestry of legal proceedings, particularly in cases involving family law in Switzerland, a disturbing pattern has emerged that raises critical concerns about fairness and justice. This pattern […]

22 Dec

Navigating the Complexities of Domestic Violence Laws: A Legal Perspective, California-Switzerland

Introduction Domestic violence, a critical and complex issue in today’s society, affects countless individuals across various backgrounds. This article draws upon an insightful discussion with Southern California Dad Attorney David […]

17 Dec

Parental Alienation: An Insight into Emotional Child Abuse in Family Law

Introduction Parental alienation, a term increasingly encountered in family law, refers to a dynamic where a child becomes estranged from one parent due to the psychological manipulation by the other […]

16 Dec

Navigating Parental Alienation in Australia: Legal and Emotional Strategies

Introduction Parental alienation is an increasingly recognized issue in family dynamics, particularly in the context of divorce or separation. It involves one parent manipulating their child to distance them from […]

16 Dec

Understanding Parental Alienation Syndrome: Navigating Through Divorce, Separation, and Child Custody

Introduction The aftermath of a divorce or separation is often a challenging period, especially when children are involved. It becomes even more complex when one parent engages in behaviors that […]

15 Dec

Society’s Stigma Against Fathers as Primary Caregivers After Separation: A Complex Issue in Switzerland

The societal stigma surrounding fathers as primary caregivers following separation from the mother remains a significant issue in many parts of the world, including Switzerland. This stigma is deeply rooted […]

14 Dec

Equal Parental Rights: A Comparative Analysis Between South Africa and Switzerland

Introduction The concept of equal parental rights in the wake of a divorce is a globally debated issue, with various countries adopting different approaches based on their legal frameworks and […]

11 Dec

The Ethical Quagmire: A Woman Lawyer’s Conflicted Interests in Championing Women’s Rights

Navigating the Murky Waters of Legal Ethics and Advocacy In the complex and often contentious world of legal ethics, the actions of a prominent female lawyer advocating for women’s rights […]

13 Nov

Orwell’s Echo in Swiss Journalism – A Closer Look at Family Law and Media Silence

The Shadow of Orwell in Swiss Media George Orwell, the literary giant known for his sharp critique of media practices and intellectual cowardice, provides a lens through which we can […]

6 Nov

Through the Eyes of a Child: A Silent Voice in the Courtroom

As a child caught in the turmoil of my parents’ separation, the world often seems like a giant puzzle where I can’t find my piece. I sit in the background, […]