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06.11.2021

Molly K. OLSON – The #1 Enemy of Corrupted Divorce and Family Court Legal System | by Greg ELLIS, The Respondent

Greg ELLIS and Molly K. OLSON discuss activism within family law, parental alienation and false allegations of domestic violence as well as the ongoing fight to reform policies that separate children from a loving parent, more often than not fathers. Greg also explains the Six Silver Bullet strategy employed by many female petitioners in family law that has become the goto playbook for spouses who perpetrate the victimhood narrative of DV false allegations.

Molly K. OLSON – has been a fearless advocate for families, fathers & children for over twenty years, fighting tenaciously to expose the corruption in divorce courts and taking on law firms and legislatures to reform family law and make it harder for nefarious parents to use the ‘silver bullet’ false allegations of domestic violence to ruin husbands and fathers.In 2000, Molly started her own non-profit called Center for Parental Responsibility (CPR) an all-volunteer organization headquartered in MN. In 2005, she then became a divorce mediator, qualified by the MN Supreme Court and in 2013 co-founded Leading Women for Shared Parenting (headquartered in Washington, DC). For 21 years, she has juggled her career as a consultant and mediator, along side her passion and commitment as a volunteer to fulfill the CPR family law reform mission – which is: to remove the obstacles that prevent both parents from being fully and equally involved in the lives of their children.

„Mir wëlle bleiwe wat mir sinn” a mir kënnen e Virbild fir den Rescht vun Europa gin.

“We want to remain what we are” and we can set example for the rest of Europe.”

Courage, Strength & Love.

For Jeremi & Oliwier and All the Children finding courage, strength and love when dealing with separation and divorce of their parents.

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