Maria Averill Victims

Maria Averill’s Victims Coming Forward

Thank you again for all of your kind inquiries into how my children and I are doing during these extraordinary times!

Amazingly enough, my story here has triggered some revealing developments!

For example, one of the people who has discovered the blog has also had first hand experiences with Maria Averill as the Guardian Ad Litem for her children. In fact, as she and her daughter read the stories, each was gripped by how creepily similar the methodologies and outcomes were.

“Just reading your words brings back the memories and reminds me of how we are all still suffering from one person’s judgement supported by a corrupt system. I begged them to help and they knew my daughter was cutting herself while in his care. Still to this day… she carries the scars.”

A Victim of Maria Averill

In short, the daughter suffered unimaginable losses and predatory behavior, enabled and enforced by a corrupt subsystem of the the South Carolina Family Court.

It sickens me to contemplate how many sweet, innocent children have been put back into the hands of a predatory parent based on… how much money each of the parents had to pay into the system to get their desired outcomes.

I think the American Judiciary system deserves better representation than soul-sucking profiteering, don’t you?

How is it that a system can function on cash flow instead of protecting the best interests of tomorrow’s generations? The in-depth interviews are coming of their own accord. And I’m going to be asking a lot of questions about what this means and why it happened the way it did. I’m here for the children and for Every Loving Parent.

What do you think about corrupt Family Court systems that exploits children to use as bargaining chips in order to extort every dime a parent has ever made, particularly when there are predators involved, as in the case of some of the people who are coming forward?

It makes me even more committed to my purpose to explore top level evidence and contemplate how it comes together.

“If you don’t think about your future you cannot have one.”

John Galsworthy, Nobel Prize Winner in Literature
Amir Golestan and His Sons at Ashley Hall School

Please scroll down to the comments below and share your point of view on this deeply disturbing system of exploiting children for financial gain. And again, thanks so much for your enthusiastic support! I don’t know how I could have made through all this without the love and support of my family and friends. This is the first step in our creating community around Helping Every Loving Parent (HELP) to spend time with their children. Every story is important.

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Written by Amir Golestan


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