Even the Family Courts Magellan program, boasted by the court to protect children is negligent as it relies on evidence of their own staff which is not independent to the court, aims to be dealt with "quickly" and still tests abuse in accordance of the family law act which excludes an experts ability to investigate without being penalized. In fact, experts must look for psychological abuse and "Ill treated" children. "Ill treated" is one of the few words in the family law act that does not have a legal definition and is left open to interpretation. Experts are not allowed by the family court to look for child abuse.
Mothers misdiagnosed with mental illness in by family court staff often have no history of diagnosis and the information is based upon the other parties perception and not a real assessment. Disorders and stressors related to horrific incidents of abuse appear after the family court case as the shock of an outrageously negligent courtroom that works together in unison to disregard and punish those who raise abuse. In a organisational culture perspective, raising child abuse challenges the courtrooms position of power which is often superficial and results in retaliation. Staff in these settings often have traits of a psychopath(corporate) where they are devoid of empathy and seek out situations where they are gratified by the emotional reactions to cruelty.
The family court has had a large history of defending their behavior towards victims of child abuse and domestic violence. Often the reaction is to seek out those who challenge them and retaliate in hearings or through lobby groups. This is often part of the obsession to control the perceptions of the court and appear as a just body of government.
Globalization has thwarted such efforts as social media debunks such claims and more often exposes the ongoing cruelty and human rights abuses that the court is responsible for, but not legally accountable. The legal pathway to class action is much longer than a traditional lawsuit where it is against a corporation, but achievable nevertheless.