30 Years Leading The Fight Against The Watchtower Society's Child Custody Atrocities
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Courts do not decide which religion is right or wrong and are therefore reluctant to hear information based on a person’s religious beliefs or affiliation. However, when it involves child custody issues, courts are willing to consider evidence pertaining to a person’s religious beliefs and affiliation, especially if it affects a child’s well being in a dramatically negative way. The lifestyle and teachings of the Jehovah’s Witnesses do have a very negative impact upon children and are therefore of great interest to the courts.

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Case Study 1

B Petitioner v. C Respondent, Family Court State of (1) C shall not invite and /or take [child] to any meeting of the Jehovah’s Witnesses being held at a Kingdom Hall, a residence, or any other location, without B’s permission. (2) C shall take any and all reasonable precautions and actions to ensure that noRead More

Case Study 2

S v. J, Superior Court of , County of The involvement or conduct may have an adverse effect on the child’s best interests because of the existence of the factors which follow: 1. Mother is concerned about some of the teachings of Father’s chosen religion (Jehovah Witness) and the effect is has seemingly had onRead More

JW Legal Help!

Are the odds in your favor or theirs? The Watchtower Society provides a legal help packet for it’s members involved in custody battles with their former mates. The following is a paragraph from the Watchtower Society’s publication entitled Our Kingdom Ministry. “A packet of legal materials is available when publishers are involved in lawsuits overRead More

Medical Decisions

Medical Decisions

Parents One of the teachings of Jehovah’s Witnesses that is perhaps the most dangerous to children raised in the religion of the Jehovah’s Witnesses is the prohibition of blood transfusions. A booklet written by the Society to address the issue of blood transfusion, medicine and the legal profession explains that for a child to violateRead More

Refutation of “Preparing for Child Custody Cases”

The following quotation appeared in the Watchtower Society’s publication Our Kingdom Ministry: A packet of legal material is available to assist publishers who are involved in lawsuits over child custody and visitation matters in which our religion is under attack. The packet should be requested by the body of elders only in a case inRead More

Watchtower Authority

Jehovah’s Witnesses belong to an organization known as the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society. Membership in this organization demands obedience and submission to the authority of the organization and it’s teachings. The following article demonstrates that authority. Among the things that Jehovah’s Witnesses believe are the following: They alone are God’s people; Jesus’ second adventRead More