Is The Playing Field Level In The Family Court System?

Alienation is Child Abuse That when a Child is born, both biological Parents have a right to know. 


A Child has a right to both Parents in their lives.


Fit Parents decide what is in the ‘best interests’ of their Children.


Good, average, and poor Parents are Fit and Equal Parents.


That you and your spouse have a right to be presumed Fit and Equal Parents (equal in terms of both physical and legal custody). 


If anyone (a spouse, relative, social services) wishes to challenge these rights, you have:


1) The right to counsel.


2) The right to be presumed a fit Parent, innocent, and deserving of an equal relationship with your kids.


3) The right to protection of a criminal jury. The “state” needs to prove you were a demonstrated serious and intentional threat to your Child’s safety and that you acted with mal-intent towards your Children.

 

Parents Against Injustice. (Weekend round-up)

Adult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome  –  Alltop RSS – It’s easy enough to find material describing PAS and how devastating it can be. But this book actually proposes effective countermeasures.

Moms and Wives Have Found Their Voice in the Dads and Families Section  –  Rob Watson at The Good Men Project – 

And you can too. Read their thoughts and ideas here. Join the conversation on our Facebook Page. Submit your own articles. Together, we are raising the bar as to what it takes to be a father. The post Moms and Wives Have Found Their Voice in the Dads and Families Section appeared first on The Good Men Project.

SUPPORT OUR CAUSE – Children’s Rightsc369e-sap

La alienación parental y separar a los hijos de uno de sus padres es abuso infantil  –  viso at CUSTODIA PATERNA

Sábado, 27 de Febrero, 2016 Jorge Tirado Zamudio, sube una imagen en donde manifiesta una verdad como un castillo. “La alienación parental y separar a los hijos de uno de sus padres es abuso infantil”. Y además de los más graves, pues las consecuencias que repercuten sobre los menores seguirán con ellos y marcarán sus vidas por siempre. No puede considerado un entorno sano para el crecimiento de los menores, aquel en donde el menor recibe constantemente críticas de su padre (o de su madre, aunque sean menos los casos). Los jueces que estos niños poco a poco vayan siendo víctimas… more »

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10 Reasons Why Kids Without Dads Are at a Big Disadvantage


All Pro Dad 10 Reasons Why Kids Without Dads Are at a Big Disadvantage

1. Balance: Mothers are amazing. Fathers are amazing too. But we were created to learn and grow as balanced people. Dad is a unique piece of that puzzle.

2. Parenting at best is a tag-team sport: Reality check – Father does not know best – and neither does Mother. But between them, employing their complimentary gifts, more often than not, they’ll get it right.

3. Mom’s missing something too: We’re not saying a woman is incomplete without a man. What we are saying is that kids miss out twice when there’s no father in the home. Kids whose mom is loved eloquently by their dad have the advantage of a mother who’s loved by a good man. Every child should live in a home like that.

4. Modeling for boys: Boys need to see what it means to live as a man. Men are different in a variety of ways. Boys who see man-stuff, in action, around the home on a day-to-day basis, are at an advantage to be better equipped.

5. Modeling for girls: Most girls are going to get married one day. If they haven’t seen a real live dad, being a good man, day-in day-out, then they have missed a great opportunity to understand what to value and what to look for.

6. The family is a model love-relationship: Love is the great force in relationships. The family is a place where the dynamics of love between a man and a woman work themselves out in the real world. Commitment, faithfulness, forgiveness, discipline, belief – all these and more play out in front of a child’s eyes. Without a dad, this very important part of the function of a family simply is not there, to instruct children. Not having a father present in the home is a huge loss in that regard.

7. The best man: Not every young man is going to ask Dad to be best man at his wedding, but – beyond the ceremonial moment – Dad should be there to fulfill the role from the day his kids start dating to the day they start a family of their own.

8. Loss of focused time: Understand this, a single-parent family is not 50% of a parenting unit. In fact, it’s no fraction of a family – because a single parent family is a bona fide family, period. But, in the metrics of time, a missing dad is irreplaceable in terms of what a dad does while the other parent is doing what they do. No matter how talented mom is, she can’t be duplicated and she is finite in time and space.

9. The cost in innocence: Try this question… When there’s no Dad around for Mom to lean on (and vice-versa), then who is left to play the other grown-up when one’s needed? Just in case you wonder, a grown-up IS often needed. It doesn’t matter how old the kids are, they’re going to step up and fill those shoes prematurely and there’s a cost to go along with that.

10. The cost in security: Ideally, one job Dad does best is carrying the mantle of security for a family. It doesn’t mean he’s always strong physically, and it doesn’t mean that mom is weak. The “Dad” kind of security is a simple fact of biology. But it’s real, and every child without a father loses something intangible that takes its toll in confidence.

Parental Alienation – Estrangement – Crappy Parenting? It doesn’t matter what you call it!

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Happy Birthday Daughter

MISSED
2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
BIRTHDAYS!!

Lawson E. Thomas

Courthouse Center

175 N.W. 1st Avenue

Miami, Florida 33128

Dear Honorable Judges:

The purpose of this letter is to and for verifying that I am the Natural Mother and that David M. Inguanzo is the Natural Father of David K. Inguanzo born on the 20th of September 1999. I have known David M. Inguanzo since 1992 when we met at St. Thomas University. In 1995 we began living together which led to our marriage and the birth of our son. Our marriage ended on June 4th, 2004. I remarried in 2007 and have 2 more children named Noah and Faith.

Since we met, during our relationship, and up to the present David and I have had our share of differences which I think is normal in human nature as not everyone can agree on everything and most times we just have to agree to disagree. However any and all of the differences that David and I have experienced have always been overcome and in the end we have always, and I am sure that we will always continue, acting in the best interest of our son.

Moreover, David is a devote and loving Father and has enjoyed liberal timesharing with our son since our divorce. He takes excellent care of our son and I encourage that they spend as much time together as possible. During the school year our son resides with me and during the summer school break our son resides with his Father.


Our son has traveled extensively with his Father on cruises, road trips and annual skiing trips to Utah. David (the Father) is very sports oriented and our son has taken after his Father and loves to play baseball, racquetball and swimming just to name a few.

David is worldly wise and highly intelligent and has taught and continues to teach our son the most important life lessons and virtues such as responsibility, honesty, and most importantly honor. He teaches him about good morals and ethics, patience, determination and resilience, and religion and spirituality. In addition to my Father and my husband, David is one of the best dads on this planet! My other two children love him and I completely trust him with our son and them.

Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’

David has demonstrated time and time again that there is not a moment that he would hesitate to take our son to the doctor, to school, to church, to play sports, to roller-skate, to buy him clothes and food wherever he may be with our son and regardless of his own personal interest. David’s has demonstrated to me that his life revolves around his children; David and Zoraya.

He has made sacrifices in his life to ensure that David and Zoraya always have what they need and they will always be together as a family. Zoraya has been raised together with our son David and is always thinking about her. David (the Father) has taught our son the importance of “Family.”

Co-Parenting our son with David has been very enlightening to me. We treat each other with respect and understanding, helping each other to promote and provide a safe, loving and nurturing environment.

At times David can be very vocal in his ideas, beliefs and thoughts on how to best raise our son, we have always put our best points forward and from this we have learned together thus making us better Parents. In our relationship as parents we do not argue…we mediate as adults and together decide what is best.Please know that I have never seen David act out of control, in anger and or in hatred towards me and or to another person. I am absolutely certain that he would never harm anyone and am sure that anyone who really knows David believes this including Zoraya’s Mother, Ms. Nixa Rose.

I can honestly and reverently declare that having David as my son’s Father has been a blessing.

Please feel free to contact me should the need arise.

Respectfully submitted,

Danniza L.

Copy furnished to: Mr. Joel E. Greenberg, Esq

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BY COURT ORDER ISSUED TODAY, DATED OCTOBER 10TH, 2013, BY THE HONORABLE JUDGE VALERIE MANNO-SCHURR OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT’S FAMILY COURT DIVISION IN/FOR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY FLORIDA.

Greeting card from my daughter’s mother

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  1. ALL IMAGES THAT MY DAUGHTER’S FATHER POSTED ON THE INTERNET (THIS BLOG) OF HIS DAUGHTER ARE TO BE REMOVED.
    – ACCORDING TO THE “RULES” OF SHARED PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY IF MY DAUGHTER’S FATHER DOES NOT HAVE PERMISSION OF MY DAUGHTER’S MOTHER TO POST PHOTOS OF THEIR DAUGHTER.
  2. PETITIONER/NATURAL FATHER ORDERED NOT GO TO HIS DAUGHTERS PUBLIC SCHOOL TO VISIT HER.
    – BECAUSE HE HAS SHARED PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY HE MAY BE INFORMED OF HIS DAUGHTERS EDUCATION, ATTEND AND COORDINATE PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES, ATTEND SCHOOL EVENTS, SCHOOL MEETINGS, PTA AND SO FORTH. KEEP IN MIND THAT PETITIONER/NATURAL FATHER ALSO HAS A SON IN THIS COUNTY’S PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM SINCE 2005.
  3. ANOTHER 12 WEEKS OF SUPERVISED VISITATION AT THE FAMILY COURTHOUSE.
    – IN THIS CASE THERE HAVE BEEN PERIODS OF 9 AND 10 MONTHS THAT MY DAUGHTER AND MY DAUGHTER’S FATHER WERE WITHOUT ANY CONTACT. THE COURT AND THE OPPOSING PARTY REPEATEDLY IGNORED MY DAUGHTER’S FATHER PLEAS FOR RESUMPTION OF FATHER-DAUGHTER CONTACT. IN THIS CASE A TOTAL OF 2-3 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL “TEMPORARY” SUPERVISED VISITATION OCCURRED AT THE DAUGHTER’S DAY CARE CENTER BY MY DAUGHTER’S FATHER (NOT AN OFFICIAL SUPERVISED VISITATION AGENCY) AS ORDERED BY HONORABLE JUDGE DENNIS IN 2009. THEN IN 2012 THE PETITIONER/NATURAL FATHER SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED THE COURT’S ORDERED 12 WEEKS OF SUPERVISED VISITATION AT THE FAMILY COURTHOUSE ENDING JANUARY 5TH, 2013.
    – NO CONTACT BETWEEN FATHER-DAUGHTER THROUGHOUT THE REST OF JANUARY, FEBRUARY, MARCH, APRIL, MAY, JUNE, JULY, AND AUGUST OF 2013.
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“Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful people with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan “press on” has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race.” ~ Calvin Coolidge – 30th President of United States of America (1872 – 1933)