“Too Inconvenient” – Florida Family Court Abuse Against “FIT” Father

“ Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.”~ Aldous Huxley (1894–1963) English writer

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“There is no question that our family law statutes need to be reformed and that there is a great deal of ‘judicial discretion‘ in family law matters. Often times, the outcome of your case depends more on the judge that you have been assigned than the facts of your particular case. If you were to have your case in front of one judge, the outcome may be very different if you were to have your case in front of a different judge.”  ~ Christine Bauer,  A Florida Attorney. 

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Children with involved, loving fathers are significantly more likely to do well in school, have healthy self-esteem, exhibit empathy and pro-social behavior, and avoid high-risk behaviors such as drug use, truancy, and criminal activity compared to children who have uninvolved fathers.

• Studies on parent-child relationships and child well-being show that father love is an important factor in predicting the social, emotional, and cognitive development and functioning of children and young adults.Get the help you need bio mom - 2015FRM USA - 2015ChangePolitics - Fatherlessness Epidemic - 2016I ruined my ex - 2015Project Fatherhood FL 10- 2015Project Fatherhood FL 4- 2015

• 24 million children (34 percent) live absent their biological father.

 

Stop Emotional Child Abuse Parental Alienation - 2015Yesterday I gazed out the window watching fireworks and was really missing my angel but I cannot call her because I am scared of her mom’s false allegations and lies, she doesn’t call me and knowing she is only a couple of mile away…hurts like hell.

The truth is incontrovertible, malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end; there it is.” – Sir Winston Churchill
 
Daughter please know that daddy, your brother, your grandparents, your cousins, aunts and uncles; your whole family loves you and misses you very much.
I tried to get to see you but your mom told the Judge, in family court on April 24th, 2013, that “it’s too inconvenient for her to take you to visit with me”.

In the Matter of Jacob P, the appellate court ruled that the Westchester County Family Court “…improvidently exercised its discretion in failing to provide the mother with any visitation, either unsupervised or supervised, with Keith W., since there were no extraordinary circumstances justifying the denial of the mother’s right to reasonable visitation.” According to the appellate court a non-custodial parent has a right to reasonable visitation privileges, unless visitation would be detrimental to the child’s well being, or unless there is some other extraordinary circumstance that would justify the refusal of visitation privileges.

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In related child custody and child protective proceedings pursuant to Family Court Act articles 6 and 10, the mother appeals, (1) as limited by her brief and a stipulation dated February 27, 2013, from so much of an order of fact-finding and disposition of the Family Court, Westchester County
A Family Court Services Report regarding the 12 supervised visits dated January 29th, 2013 states: “After greeting, Mr. Inguanzo immediately engaged Zoraya in conversation and play. Father and daughter discussed different topics such as school, science, books, a trip to France, physical education, Zoraya’s older brother and other relatives, holidays, etc. Mr. inguanzo also practiced speaking Spanish with Zoraya. Mr. Inguanzo frequently demonstrated physical affection, to which Zoraya allowed and reciprocated. Mr. Inguanzo displayed behaviors indicative of being nurturing  patient, and attentive to Zoraya’s needs. Zoraya appeared to enjoy her father’s company. Zoraya and her father displayed a very good level of interaction.”

I have not seen and or spoken with Zoraya since January 5th, 2013.


I promise I will keep trying Zoraya and I will never, never, never, never give in.
I love you,
Daddy

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We only support organizations who show an understanding that children need both parents, and that either parent is equally capable of the choice to perpetrate hate or declare peace.

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The International Access and Visitation Centers conference was held in Toronto in April of 2013 The PAAO was there and spoke to most of the 200 or so practitioners. Of course all were familiar with alienation and it’s results. Everyone was not only gratified to see PAAO at the event, they all also acknowledged that PA is either a form of Domestic violence or on the continuum of Domestic Violence behaviors.
PA is Real - 2015While the terms; Parental Alienation or Parental Alienation Syndrome did not make it into the DSM IV, not all is lost. Instead, what you will find is a discussion regarding the ‘Child/Parent Relational Problem’ where the discourse surrounds the cognitive issues of the problem that have the potential to include; “negative attributions of the other’s intentions, hostility toward or scapegoating of the other, and unwarranted feelings of estrangement.” According to Dr. William Bernet, one of the proponents for the PA language inclusion, “That’s a pretty good description of a child’s view of the alienated parent. “ At the very least, what has been acknowledged here is the conditions that must be present for alienation of one parent to occur. This is similar to what Dr. Craig Childress calls the ‘parental alienation dynamic’. Same/same. All it really amounts to is the DSM IV acknowledging that these behaviors can lead a child to have cognitive problems of feeling ‘unwarranted feelings of estrangement’ towards what we call the ‘target parent’.
 As a reform activist focused on the operation of American courts in general, allow me to emphasize that under the umbrella of family rights, there is (1). advocacy for the substantive rights of families, mothers,  fathers, grandparents, children, etc.; (2). efforts to expose and eliminate all forms of child abuse by so-called child protective government agencies; (3). efforts to expose and eliminate all profit-motivated practices in family and juvenile dependency courts; and (4). efforts to ensure that family and juvenile dependency courts operate in accord with due process, equal protection, and the rule of law. Of course conflict among family members, and especially between mothers and fathers, is often the metaphorical door through which government and lawyers enter family relations, too often bringing with them the need for items (1). through (4). above. So, to me, it seems critical for family rights activists to continue emphasizing the PRIMARY role of families, and especially mothers and fathers, in honoring the family and the substantive rights of everyone comprising the nuclear family. We should be sure not to neglect or abandon that role in the heat of family conflict, and then address all negative results in a simple “us -vs- the government and lawyers” framework. To the extent that we address family rights, the organizations that I help administer specialize in item (4). above, and welcome the opportunity to support compatible efforts. Two that we have underway are “Findings Truth 4 Children” (FT4C) at facebook.com/helpFT4C and the “More Than Solomon Project” at njcdlp.org/MTS.html. Please message me or FT4C if there are opportunities for us to collaborate on any compatible efforts. Thank you for your consideration.

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False abuse claims are the new court weapon, retiring judge says – 

As advised by lawyers, separating and/or divorcing parents often make false allegations of domestic violence (DV) in the form of a restraining order to evict an innocent parent from the home, interfere with contact with child/ren, and then file for temporary custody (virtually never temporary). False police reports are often obtained and used in DV Court…called “information only reports”, but contain a fabricated incident of DV and thus a serious crime if and when exposed.Print

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