Denver, CO asked in Contracts, Divorce, Family Law and Child Custody for Kentucky

Q: Contracts forced through duress. Using visitation for children. Contract allows full power to the monitor.

At any moment criminal action may be placed on the male with justification. The court is has been one sided through entirety of divorce. Female has only made gains through control of child, childsupport, and revenue from estate. Through deceit aided by professional counsel and judgment from a judge. Judgment executed without evidence and false accusations. Has shown to be the way the judicial system represents rights and justice. Has caused nothing besides loss faith in our judicial system, and corruption within the society.

What conditions must exist to claim contracts under duress? I thought an individual has the 14 amendment and the right not to be forced into contracts; am I mistaken?

1 Lawyer Answer
Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
Answered
  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Louisville, KY
  • Licensed in Kentucky

A: More I formation is needed. What contract are your referring to?

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