Inspired from his life’s experience, he became an expert at family law. Lets hear his story


Today, we have Dr. W Truth, executive director of Father’s Truth father’s right division. He is also an author. He is an expert at family law and asset protection. His company works with clients in all U.S. states. Lets hear about his inspiring journey.

How did you get into what you do right now? Please tell us more about your journey?

When I attempted to end my marriage, my ex-wife kidnapped our son for just over a year. I successfully completed my divorce and hostile custody battle with joint physical and legal custody. My divorce decree included no alimony or child support payments. This was done with me on the opposite side of the country. During this process, I met so many fathers who were in very similar situations. This also led to me working with women from the military who were fighting to get their children back. After my experience and seeing how common this was, I thought something has to be done about this, and I’m going to do it.

Who are your role models?

I would say my role models are anyone I’m aware of. Everyone teaches us something. We learn what to do and what not to do from them.

What inspires you?

My inspiration comes from many things and people. Art, music, and nature inspire me. I’m also inspired by people who will fight for what they want and know is right. I must thank and acknowledge all the father’s rights advocates that have been in this war years before I joined.

Please tell us about your company


I’m grateful to my company Father’s Truth. They allow me to have full control of my division. They also motivated me to complete my book entitled Breaking Point: Father’s Emergency Guide To Protecting Your Parental Rights. Not only does this book give readers the blueprint and strategy for winning in family court, I also cover personal development, athletes, domestic violence and much more.

What’s your most memorable experience?

I have several of them. One of my most memorable experiences with my son was seeing him in person only for the third time flying him to my home. This was just before he turned two after the temporary court order. We were was so happy to see each other. He didn’t cry when he was leaving his mom or once on the plane. I must let the readers know; I was not notified of his birth. Six months went by before my ex-wife confirmed it or even had one phone conversation with me. She didn’t allow me to see him in person until he was a year and 3 months. 

One of my most memorable experiences with clients was my first group session. We had everyone there from pro and college athletes, executives, fathers and daughters to the common hard-working fathers. It was impossible for me to know what everyone needed help with, so I spoke on divorce, visitation/custody, child support, domestic violence, personal development, and asset protection. The company was overloaded with grateful emails and phone calls for months.

Which social media channels work best for promoting your work? What exactly do you do on the social media channel that makes it work for you?

Our company Twitter is Our company Facebook is I will say because family court is such a personal matter, once accepted as a client, we tailor each strategy to your individual needs. This means we do not market our social media. However, with COVID bringing most companies to a halt, please like, subscribe, follow us, retweet and repost us.

What’s your greatest fear?

I would like to replace the word fear with disappointment. I do not live in fear. I truly believe love and fear don’t occupy the same space. It’s like a woman being pregnant, either she is or isn’t. So, I would say my greatest disappointment would be not having a great impact on men and women across the world. If I am unable to create or change laws, I will inspire those who will.

Looking back, what’s one thing you wish you understood better before you ever got started?

I wish I would’ve understood the emotional toll this job would take on me, my family, and the company staff. Let’s be honest, This is a never-ending issue as long as we stay ignorant of self and our actions. Time away is very important.

What are the strategies that helped you become successful in your journey?

Great question. I would say I never stop learning. Truly intelligent people know there are no absolutes. In addition to the more you learn, the more you realize you know nothing at all. I’m consistently going to seminars, consuming content, creating content, and not being scared of what most people call failing.

What keeps you going when things get tough?

I would say three things. One, knowing I’m living in my purpose. When you are not living in your purpose, all roads will point back to it. Two, my son for obvious reasons. Three, women who are living in their purpose. A woman living in her purpose and leading with feminine energy will help you manifest the things that seemed beyond your reach. This woman could be your spouse, a friend, a co-worker, a family member, or a business partner.

Any message for our readers

I would like the readers to know, even if you have an attorney, its always a great idea to have an understanding of family law. Please respond to all documents on time to avoid default judgments. Child support does not give a damn if you are able to see your children. Take action to stop things before it becomes a pattern. Last but not least, become the peace you want and watch how much your life change.

How can people connect with you?

To connect with me, purchase my book, or to apply to be our next success story, go to The website also offers several free resources. We are currently accepting bookings for speaking engagements domestic and international. Thank you for asking great questions and opening your platform to me.


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