This is not an easy feat, but yet one we have seen accomplished many times. Now let us explain further.

The Secured Party Creditor filing is a filing that creates a set of tools and limits liabilities. The usage is very broad and scope of possibilities just as broad. Understand though that it is not the SPC process alone that creates the solution, it is the facts as they operate in your favor.

Also understand that what is happening overtly in the court room and what is happening covertly to create a money supply to continue the charade of “justice” do not match up. There are underlying factors that take place that violate the clean hands doctrine, good faith dealings etc… So why do they continue to happen you may be asking yourself at this point, and you should be. Because it is a numbers game, the amount of people that are smart enough to use the system to get relief are a very small minority while the uneducated weak that they can prey on are the majority.

Once the SPC is in place and you have a safe place to operate from generally you want to do a CAFV, (Administrative Process (Like Discovery)) to gather the facts as they operate in your favor. In doing so you can use them as exhibits and evidence to support your position later.

You then use the documentation that operates in your favor to go after the initial issuing charges from inception vitiation them nunc pro tunc. Understand that creating and using this documentation and knowing the proper steps is like a double doctorate. When in need of a specialist you have two choices, cram and try to learn the information yourself, or seek out someone with the knowledge.


  1. Coy Coleman on January 24, 2017 at 7:05 pm

    I hope this is part and parcel with my SCOTUS Remedy. I can’t see how it would not be. Everyone, I am going all the way and TD is doing my paperwork as we speak. Just waiting on Trump’s Scalia Replacement to take Office of Personhood on the Court. Let him be a Common Law Conservative!

    • Wade Kricken on January 25, 2017 at 12:13 pm

      Mr. Coleman,
      Are you available to discuss your experience with TD? I want to use their services to discharge some of my debts. Any information you would be willing to share would be great. Thank you, Wade

    • Bill on October 28, 2019 at 6:41 pm

      How did this go?

      • Remedy on October 29, 2019 at 9:17 am

        When the Administrative Procedure is done correctly criminal cases are recognized as being void from the beginning. Any alleged obligations owed due to the convictions are void as well. When these convictions are deemed void and all obligations unconstitutional, the administrative procedure allows for administrative remedies including, but not limited to, unlawful incarceration.

  2. Jamahl on February 6, 2020 at 12:43 pm

    Thanks to Tort Division I am home now, surrounded by my family and friends. I was able to break free from incarceration all thanks to the dedication and hard work from Tort Division. They didn’t stop until I was home and my case was wiped out. God Bless the Tort Division team!

    • Remedy on February 6, 2020 at 12:45 pm

      We support our clients and see them through to the successful judgment in their favor. Making long-lasting friendships.

      • Lyle A Young on February 11, 2021 at 4:33 pm

        I need help with my case. I am already an SPC and have all the documents to prove it. I need my criminal charges vitiated and cleared completely. Can you help?

        • Remedy on February 18, 2021 at 5:13 pm

          Please, give our office a call directly during business hours and speak to one of our representatives.Our direct number is (614)302-9752 and our business hours are Monday thru Thursday 9am to 12pm and Friday 9am to 12pm (EST). Thanks!

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