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The family courts were first established in the United States in 1910, when they were called domestic relations courts although the idea itself is much older.
- Family Court - The Horrors of Divorce for Men - Jonathan Taylor - Gogonostop (29 December 2011) (Size: 7:43 min.)
- Family Court - The Source of the Corruption - Jonathan Taylor - Gogonostop (28 January 2010) (Size: 10:59 min.) (Whistleblower Carol Rhodes, former Michigan family court officer, explains how the federal law Title IV-D works.)