Child Support Remedy-Avoid Imprisonment Debt Discharge Process
It is a Legal fact that NO ONE should be going to jail for child support.
First each parent should do their best to secure a functional relationship with their children despite the mother and father not being together.
The fact is the States have unlawfully WEAPONIZED women against men especially in indigenous communities now under other misnomers.
The same states and institutions historically deprived the ancestors of these families of freedom justice and equality. We know the intent. It is NOT justice, it is profit and collaterallization of humans.
This researched remedy is made to stop that by
1) Providing the Supreme Court Case law that abolishes a judges right to imprison someone for a debt because they cannot afford the debt
2) Shows all states except one have laws abolishing prison as a punishment for having a debt in their Constitutions
3) The United States Congress Abolished Debtor Prisons and it has never been over turned (26th Congress)
4) All Uniform Commercial Code laws in the statutes of all 50 States of the United States of America declare that insolvency is a real defense against a debt claim
So where so these other codes come from. They are prima facie codes written be legal firms and not by Legislatures of a state. This simply means they are rebuttable with Supreme Court Cases, Federal Statutes, State Constitutional law State Statutes written by the legislature
The documents attached are:
A) Video Instructions for International recommendations for relief detailing process and procedure from ARNA Aboriginal Law Firm addressing this as a human rights issue and unlawful imprisonment issue
B) Full Powerpoint
C) 20 Forms you need to file the NO ASSET Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
D) Adversarial Claim Affidavit to be filed in response to a proof of claim or lawsuit on the federal level or to be filed on the State level to notify a state judge
E) Writ of Habeas Corpus Sample detailed for this type of issue
F) Action in Quo Warranto- to the State Court
G) List of UCC Statutes in 50 States
H) Full Supreme Court Case Tate vs Short Detailing the Argument that States Cannot Imprison Indigents because they cannot afford to pay a debt claim