Lisa Nadig is a noted figure in the world of classical vocal music in Chicago and beyond, having sung professionally with the Chicago Symphony, and numerous other prestigious arts organizations. A highly sought-after teacher and educator in good standing, she has been a music educator for more than 25 years in a wide variety of settings, including at the university level, in Catholic elementary education, and privately.
Ms. Nadig is also a survivor of prolonged (6 years+) vicious bullying and aggressive legal abuse through Cook County Chicago family court, in tandem with financial exploitation of her four generation family farm estate in Jo Daviess County, Illinois, as well as cyber-stalking and online threats.
While silence is more comfortable, she made the decision to speak out about the need for reform, checks and balances, and accountability in our nation’s self-policing and highly lucrative family courts. As a result of these experiences, she is an advocate, court watch reporter, writer and speaker, working for family court reform; children’s rights, accountability/oversight, improved training/accountability in dealing with domestic abuse cases, and cameras in the courtroom.
“Our nation’s children have the inalienable right to their childhoods! They deserve so much more than having their only, irreplaceable childhood being stolen and used as fodder by family court insiders and their cruel money-making racket!”-Lisa Nadig
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