Re: Richard Hartzell’s new case with woman who wants divorce: Vicky Hsia-Jones
Story and photo was in all three English papers today, including Mr Hartzell as a representative. Is he a lawyer and what is his legal brief? The China Times also had a story in Chinese but no photo of Mr H, just the woman and her little boy. The boy suffers from autism.
Question: Mr H is arguing in court, or in the papers at least, that since the US man involved in the custody dispute lives on a military base in California, the case is not subject to no fault divorce laws of said state, but of the fed govt in DC. So Mr H is walking a tightrope of legal savvy if he is right, but if he wrong, the woman loses bigtime. Who is advising Mr H? Is he a practicing lawyer? OR just a human rights activist helping needy people?
The woman in the case is the same woman who last week said no white lawyers in California would take her case and that they all wanted to charge her US$200 per MINUTE, read the CNA story.
So what is going on here? WIll she win? Will she lose? She “claims” to have breast cancer? Is this true or just a claim for medical purposes, or legal purposes?
I hope the little boy gets justice. The mother and father seem to deserve each other! Seven year itch indeed!