Many of the defendants in my lawsuits are liable due to the legal principals of: 1) void ab initio and 2) extrinsic fraud.

Void ab initio means “from the beginning.” An agreement or contract like my divorce contact is void ab initio because it has at no time had any legal validity. 

As my divorce contract shows ON ITS FACE, it was legally invalid from the beginning because there could not possibly be any informed consent due to the concealment of many material facts; even though the judge, law firms and my husband signed it.

I was suffering from very severe emotional distress, torture, terror and oppression due to the Parental Alienation BY THEIR DESIGN.

I could not see or think straight as my medical records show. Thus, the judge, law firms (even my own) and my husband all took advantage of me and breached their fiduciary duty they owed me by telling me to sign the invalid divorce contact which they also signed. Truth and justice are prevailing and accordingly they will be held accountable.

Extrinsic fraud is fraudulent acts which prevent a person from obtaining information or evidence to defend against a lawsuit.
For example, BANK OF AMERICA refusing to provide the bank notes and loans on my homes so they are floating loans and other relevant information. 

As a result, I am unable to establish the net worth of the community estate as the law requires and defend myself with the evidence that they are concealing my community property. Thus, they are preventing me from obtaining a legal divorce contract and following the law along with the other defendants.
I hope this information is helpful to others.

As always none of this is legal or any other advice; it is based upon my knowledge and experiences.
-By Sara Hassman, Parental Alienation Solutions, Founder;

Parental Alienation is a form of child abuse that destroys the sacred bond between a loving parent and their child at the time of a divorce. It is affecting millions of children and families and involves:



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