Key Legislators Need To Be Re-Elected New Legislators Will Need an Education

Urgent support of key reform legislators needed NOW

You can help put the right people there!

Who will be sitting in Tallahassee?  You can help put the right people there!

Our mission this coming legislative session will be to, once again, educate educate, educate.  Politics are cyclical and there has been a major overhaul to the political landscape.  There is a new legislature coming to Tallahassee.  Republicans have their back against the wall, but should still hold ground.  There will be about 60 new House Reps and 10 new Senators that will need education from the ground up as to the need for alimony reform.
 
This can be an energizing moment for us if we double down instead of fading away.  We must support Senator Kelli Stargel‘s campaign and donate at www.VoteStargel.com.  If we show support, then she should support us once again in the Senate.  She has taken a tremendous amount of heat over the years of her support of alimony reform.  We have to ask her to continue to support us in the Senate.
 
We also must support and donate to State Rep Colleen Burton at www.ColleenBurton.com . Colleen has learned about this issue and is ready to, once again, support us.  She likes the challenge, but must get re-elected to be able to do so.  I believe David Santiago of Volusha County will help co-sponsor our bill in the House with Colleen.  He decided not to run for Congress because he didn’t want to get in the way of Rubio’s run and the fallout with other Congress front runners.  They will make a good team…if Colleen wins.
 

Nov 15th general election is big news for Florida.  Our State will have many newcomers and some old timers.  We will have our work cut out for us and will need to organize our districts and put members in charge of contacting the politicians in those districts.

Do your part today so you can enjoy freedom in the future.

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Alan’s Message
Dear Family Law Reform Members:
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again.  It’s amazing to me just how political our divorce law really has become.  It doesn’t seem that our law is based on what is fair, but instead who wields the most political power in our Legislature.  This upcoming session is going to be very challenging for alimony reform.  Key issues that our Legislators face will include economic development, health care, LGBT rights, education and the environment.  In order to get a bill for alimony reform in the mix, we will have to make certain that all of our key legislators are on board.
 
The November election will decide if the GOP maintains its super-majority hold on 80 seats in the 120 member House.  I have been following the trends, and I will tell you that I’m not all that certain that this will occur.  The outcome of the race could be swayed, in part, by how well presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump get their parties’ voters to the polls. If Hillary can win, and win by (a) two-, three-, four-, five-point victory, then a lot of ballot races may go Democratic.  Conversely, if Trump can keep it close or if he can win … then the opposite will be true and a lot of these ballot races will go Republican.
 
If you have been a part of this alimony reform movement over the years, you have seen voting occur on party lines, with a few outlanders on both sides of the fence.  Whether you personally vote Democrat or Republican, it is better for our goal of alimony reform if our legislature is Republican focused as many of the Democrats seem to have a view that entitlements are justified.
 
We have a proposed bill that has been reviewed and approved by the Family Section of the Florida Bar as well as many Legislators.  As a Financial Advisor and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, I have worked closely over many years with leaders of the Family Section, our Legislators, and the Executive Board of Family Law Reform to help negotiate the terms, values, and ideals of this proposal.  While it doesn’t accomplish everything we want, it certainly provides relief and more importantly, gives permanent alimony payers hope for a future free from the bondage of their alimony payments.
 
We mustn’t let the political landscape stop our efforts for alimony reform.  If anything, we must push harder to show our resolve and our determination for reform. We can’t let the Family Section win by allowing current law to maintain its place in our society.  Change is necessary; change is needed; and change will occur as long as we don’t give up.  The highest court in the land is the land of public opinion.  We must make our voices heard and continue toward achieving our goal of alimony reform.
 
If we let up, we lose.  We will not lose…and we will not let up!!
 
Alan

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Source: Urgent support of key reform legislators needed NOWProtest - Tallahassee FL Nov 5 - Parental Rights - 2016

“The Change is Long Overdue” ~ Florida Senate Bill 250 for Equal Shared Parenting is now law.

Permanent alimony, defined formulas are key points in new legislation

By Paul Giorgio – Producer

Justice Denied - No Jury in Family Courts - 2016

MELBOURNE, Fla. – Major changes could be coming to Florida’s alimony law.

Alan Frisher, co-founder of The Family Law Reform advocacy group, said the change is long overdue.

“I think our laws are really archaic,” he said. “We haven’t changed our laws for the last 50 years in essence and now it’s time to really make the change.”

Frisher said there are five key points to the proposed law. In addition to the removal of permanent alimony and the ability to modify or eliminate alimony at retirement, the bill also defines a formula judges must use when determining settlements.

“We want to be able to give judges discretion, but we don’t want to give them so much discretion that there’s no consistency from one sector to another, because right now there’s no predictability or consistency,” Frisher said.

Currently if someone paying alimony remarries, the courts can view the new spouse’s income as ‘family income’ that is eligible for an upward modification in payment.

Under the current law, modification is also possible if a payer earns a greater yearly salary. Payers cannot be brought back to court under the new bill.

A similar bill was vetoed in 2013 by Gov. Rick Scott. That bill had language that would have allowed it to apply retroactively. Scott said it would have unanticipated results. HB 943 has eliminated that language.

Source: New bill could mean big changes for alimony in Florida

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Citizens have literally invited the government to control every area of the lives of children and their families.

Education is salvation for your family.” ~ Nancy Rolfe

GOVABUSE® Founder

This has made obsolete, the role of parents and grandparents and weakened the entire country. 

Parental Rights Civil Death - 2016When the governmental agencies separate any family unit,  people become desperate, emotionally unstable, financially destitute spending every dime on hope of reunification and many become physically ill due to the depression, lack of sleep etc…

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Many deal with loss of employment resulting from taking time off of work for; court dates, appointments with; lawyerscourt psychologists, evaluators, social workers, guardian-ad-litem and many others involved with cases.

Know your legal, moral and natural rights!Parent have rights - Stand up for Zoraya - 2015

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Anycityin, Florida Corrupt Family Courts

Anycityin, Florida Corrupt Family Courts

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Loving With Letters – Glenn | The Love and Iron Project
Corrupt Family Courts.

My reward for 10 years of effort NO CONTACT.

This is a death sentence for Parents in Family Court.Parental Rights Civil Death - 2016

Bradenton Herald Published my Story, Praise GOD

10 YEARS – 4500 PAGES – 735 DOCKET ENTRIES — My Florida Family Court Case No. 2002DR3254 12th Judicial Circuit Family Court in and for Manatee County, Florida.

PLEASE,…

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Florida Corrupt Family Courts ~ Anycityin, Florida

Loving With Letters – Glenn | The Love and Iron Project

Corrupt Family Courts.

My reward for 10 years of effort NO CONTACT.

This is a death sentence for Parents in Family Court.Parental Rights Civil Death - 2016

Bradenton Herald Published my Story, Praise GOD

10 YEARS – 4500 PAGES – 735 DOCKET ENTRIES — My Florida Family Court Case No. 2002DR3254 12th Judicial Circuit Family Court in and for Manatee County, Florida.

PLEASE, PLEASE post a comment for the record on the newspaper link.

I will never give up on my daughter and your comments will help her understand that Daddy never gave up on her.dear-daughter-2016

Father’s Day tough on dads without visitation rights

As we all look forward to this Father’s Day, the best gift any woman could give to a father is the acknowledgment of the irreplaceable value men and fathers bring to a relationship, to children and what they afford the greater society. What an abject tragedy, what a horrific loss it is for any child to endure a life apart from their father.

The last 30-plus years have unfortunately not been kind to fathers and more importantly their children. It is today an unfortunate fact that of the approximate 70 million fathers in the U.S., 35 million are divorced. Of those 35 million fathers, as a result of a corrupt anti-family court system, approximately 84.4 percent have been relegated to the status of non-custodial parent.

Family courts are wrong;   I have not seen my child in over two years.The Harm Caused By Family Court System - 2016

It is not fathers “abandoning” their children, it’s feminism, mothers and a biased family court system conspiring for financial gain and legal leverage to secure court orders denying fathers their rights to their children and children their rights to their father.

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WHEN are WE as AMERICANS going to STAND UP

…and no longer allow Family Courts to “Courtnap” a child for one parent;Parental Alienation - 2016

Or allow CPS to kidnap and murder our children?

Why is it so important we reform Family Law?

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Why these problems constitute a sophisticated form of Racketeering, something a friend of mine recently named the “cartel of Family Courts”?florida-families-united-childrens-rights-florida-2017-8-1024

votefamily-us-2015112Over twenty people testified of the complete dysfunction of our family courts in Miami and all across the state of Florida:  https://vimeo.com/channels/878408.

LRSP Public Meeting Miami-Dade February 23, 2015 — from The Florida Courts 

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A corruption that is killing our children here and around the world:

CORRUPTION

Here in Florida, the number of children who have died under the mafia of the Family Court system is increasing at an alarming rate. Count went from 490 to 533 (+6 in a matter of days) in only a few months:

Thank you Miami Herald for standing up for our children.

We must unite to put an end to this madness.
If you are tired of seeing innocent children die under the care of the family court system, help us Raise Hell, and stand up for them.
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Broken Family Court System

Broken Fathers - 2015A Broken Family Court System:
‘What are You Prepared to do?’

Ignorance is bliss in some scenarios, and as a father having been involved in a contentious divorce and custody ordeal it was a luxury I found myself longing for at times. Facing a situation where one’s back is against the wall, in a court environment overtly hostile towards those who represent themselves, as a pro se litigant is a place parents should venture with extreme caution. In my situation it came to a point where in keeping up with my own case at times I began to become curious and observe what I knew to be odd behavior and activity within the court and its players.

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