This is my first posting to this site. My post is anonymous, solely to protect the identities of my family. I am a father/grandfather, and shall respect the aims of this site, at all times.
Some background. I have 3 adult children, one son has a current case with the Family Court. The situation he faces is complicated by a s133 report that appears at variance with the actual experiences of our family and other supporting affidavits. I have concerns about unethical behaviour. I may have a future agenda about a particular writer, but not in this post.
Postings to this site indicate that it is not uncommon for men and their families to be disadvantaged by possible misreporting by specialist writers.
My query to all members of this site. Would there be interest in a NZ wide survey/questionaire on “The Experiences of Men and their Families through s133 Reports”?
If there were sufficient interest, and it were considered worthwhile, I guess I’m putting up my hand for the work involved. I have no previous experience of any thing of this nature, and would require imput from others on the structure/content of such a survey,whom might be the best org. to present it, and the final destinations of it’s results. I am not seeking personal details, just any interest in the concept. My email [email protected]