THE NATIONAL VOICE OF FAMILIES
PROTECTING FAMILIES FROM THE FAMILY COURT SYSTEM

Jilly Prather-Nehls

Jilly Prather-Nehls is a professional ghostwriter whose passion is investigating and writing books about the injustices of the court systems in the U.S. to help people bring closure in many areas of law and as memoirs. She was a foster mom to 27 children and adopted four of them in the 1980’s in California. When she assumed the Juvenile Court system would be fair and committed to the wellbeing of its children and their families, Jilly soon learned differently. This motivated her to become an advocate for those who faced a corrupt system with no support and little hope.

In 1998, she moved her family to Ohio and continued her advocacy there. Now she is helping her son to regain custody of his baby after false charges were perpetrated against him.

Ms. Prather-Nehls attended Zane State College with a major in English and Paralegal Studies. She is grateful to have found FCLU and looks forward to the work ahead to further their causes in helping people regain their dignity through reforming the judicial and Children’s Protective Services. She continues her reach by continuing to write exposes and publishing.  We welcome Jilly to the FCLU team.