Sklar & Sklar or rather Adoption Attorney Steven I. Sklar, not the law firm that is in the title to my blog is the offender iI will discuss at length.
The State Supreme Courts Disciplinary Review Board and Office of Attorney Ethics [OAE] has recently determined that this Kendall Park, New Jersey adoption attorney can lie and obstruct justice. I say this because the State sent me a letter stating I quote, “your greivance if true [Which it was] would not constitute unethical conduct or incapacity.” This comes from the rules of conduct statute 1:20-3 [D]3.
His associate dealing with the corrupt “Children of the World Adoption Agency” and its executive director, who by the way is a New Jersey adoption law writer barely made an ink spot in local news sources. This executive director, Veronica Serio is the main source of corruption. She also lied to OAE, or Department of Human Services [DYFS in particular,]. It all depends on which side of another State statute she was implimenting at the time. This law N.J.S.A. 3:3-39 1[b] is a massive double standard since the invention of the pen. It still has not been determined who she lied too, there is just the fact that she did indeed lie. [Another paradox of law in the garden State] This is why it is my life’s mission to “expose” the truth in this backwards State.
Alas, I have come to the much revered DYFS, whose inept tag team enforcement agents could’nt find ther way out of a paper bag. Their failure to cross-examine Veronica Serio led to the above mentioned paradox. Were they just stupid, or is there a conspiricy here? Could it have something to do with the fact that they affectionately call her “Ronnie”?
When my son was wronfully adopted I thought the birth mother was the treacherous one. Instead, What we have her is two liars, an idiotic double standard, and “Look the other way DYFS.
It is no wonder Steven I. Sklar lied about the fact that he knew of a frantic birthfather looking for his pregnant girl freind. He knew my name and location. this information was given too him within days after the birth by the birth mothers hometown Obsterician.
Incredulously, two months later he recieved an extortion letter from the birthmother claiming to blow the placement wide open. He ratholed it, not even showing the adoption judge or giving it too the adoption agency to investigate. Ethics anyone?
Not that I am a media mogul or such, I have a book out by Lulu Books.com, called “American Adoptions of the Third Kind…” by David Archuletta, content # 1509328. This true story explains everything. Thank you, Dave