ABOUT THE SHOW
We've all been witness to family drama. You know, those arguments around the dinner table. Most of the time they are harmless and even humorous. But what happens when those disagreements between brothers and sisters, mothers and fathers, aunts, uncles, cousins, in-laws turn mean and destructive? Often things get ugly, especially when money is involved and tempers flare. That's when family fights move from the dining room to the court room—and the real drama begins.
Thousands of lawsuits are filed each year with relatives bringing their disputes in front of the courts—from inheritance battles, property mismanagement to “aggressive” hugs—you name it, the cases are endless and often truly bizarre.
For the first time, these family squabbles will play out daily on the new arbitration-based reality court show—Relative Justice with Judge Rhonda Wills.
The show features distinguished attorney Rhonda Wills, deliberating real-life small claim family legal disputes. Rhonda Wills brings her high-octane but compassionate style to lead a fast-paced fresh format in which she questions the parties to reveal the most pertinent facts of the case to determine justice.
MONDAY, JANUARY 24
A model says her cousin/manager is a thought out thief and Judge Rhonda must decide if his "extra" 20% commission is justified by her demands.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 25
A comedian claims his cousin the canibus festival promoter didn't pay for his performance; Judge Rhonda weeds through the facts for her verdict.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26
Two comedians with the same last name find out they are half-brothers when they happen to work together, but a rude joke about one of their mothers brings them into Judge Rhonda's courtroom.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 27
They met when she was 16, now thirteen years and three children later their marriage is on the rocks while he parties and pursues his dreams and Judge Rhonda is presented with the support contract she wants enforced.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 28
Parents of a bratty boomerang daughter reach the end of their rope and turn to Judge Rhonda for guidance when their young one asked for cash to buy weed.