Using the proper form and wording is the only way you can be heard... Read More
GOD blesses those who are kind to the poor.
He helps them out of their troubles. He protects them and keeps them alive; he publicly honors them and destroys the power of their enemies. He nurses them when they are sick, and soothes their pain and worries. "O Lord," I prayed, "be kind and heal me, for I have confessed my sins."
The 4th of July Celebrates Freedom
So what do we do about it? Since 2011 we have been working to update Florida's antiquated family laws. In 2013 and 2016 Gov. Scott vetoed bills that were overwhelmingly supported by the Florida House and Senate. In 2015 the Florida House did not finish their session and went home early, leaving many good bills to die, including alimony reform. What is to keep Gov. Scott from vetoing another bill? Two things.
First, we will support alimony reform and/or child sharing as separate bills, unless we have specific knowledge that the Gov will sign a bill that somehow combines both. We will do our best to check with the governor to see what he will sign and what he won't sign. Rep. Workman told us last year that Gov. Scott would veto any bill that had child sharing attached to it. And the governor did just that. Working backwards, we'll help craft a bill that Gov. Scott will sign.
Second, we need a public outcry! Last year having 10,000 people asking Gov. Scott to sign the bill wasn't enough. We need 100,000 Floridians to stand up for our families and demand that the Family Court System helps to end a failed marriage without ripping the family completely apart! The destruction of Florida families is largely due to the existing laws that many Family Law Attorneys use to divide the family and conquer the bank accounts. Conflict creates great income opportunities for Family Law Attorneys. A mediated outcome without opposing attorneys usually will get the best long term result for the entire family at a fraction of the cost. Most family law attorneys appear to be against this straightforward solution. Wonder why?
So when you see the fireworks, listen to the music, enjoy the hamburgers, hotdogs, potato chips and drinks, enjoy the freedoms we have, but stand up and fight for the freedoms our state took away from us. If you don't pay alimony to your ex-spouse who is capable but refuses to work, you go to jail. That Is Not Freedom!!!! You have broken no laws, but still go to jail. Think about it!!
Then get involved! It will be great to celebrate July 4th and be totally FREE! No more ball & chain. The sooner you get involved, the sooner we will all celebrate!
POINT OF VIEW: Craft reasonable legislation to reform alimony system
"These are my Babies" is just the first of a series of videos that will be used to train parents that take classes to learn their rights so that they don't face the loss of their child and their resources at the alarming rate that has become common in divorce and child custody modification suits without the same level of protections that a common criminal would receive.
Hostile attorneys are causing parents and children to lose their fundamental rights, and may be causing children more harm.Where do you start to protect yourself and your child?
If you want Mike and Melody to make a video for you for your business you can contact them here:
We have workshops coming up in Florida, Sacramento, Dallas, and Washington D.C. email@example.com
Lowell father's 12-year battle a key factor in bill before Legislature to change visitation rights
LOWELL -- It has been more than a decade since Shawn Gillespie's acrimonious divorce turned into a custody battle that drained him mentally, physically and financially.
After only a year of marriage and one son, Gillespie and his wife split in 2002, triggering a downhill spiral that forced him to spend thousands of dollars in lawyers' fees and court costs, and lost time at work, in a battle for visitation rights to see his son.
"I had the fight of my life,'' said the 51-year-old truck driver from Lowell. Gillespie said he was stymied by judges who sided with his ex-wife, who took out a restraining order against Gillespie, creating a legal barrier for him to see his son. "I was in and out of court for years," he said.
"The courts are a legal vehicle to shatter someone's life.''
Fathers, he said, "always seem to get the short end of the stick.''Thirteen years later, there are fewer issues surrounding visitation since Gillespie's every-other-weekend visitation schedule now revolves around his teenage son's schedule of school, friends and sports. But the years have not lessened Gillespie's bitterness about how he was treated by the courts.
"The system is broken and unfair toward dads,'' he said. 'Utopia doesn't exist'
Ned Holstein, founder of National Parents Organization, agrees.
"Utopia doesn't exist,'' Holstein said, at least not in the world of divorce and child-custody battles.
Labels: Best interests, Child custody, Child Support, Children's Rights, Civil and political rights, Denial of Reasonable Parent-Child Contact, Family Law Reform, Family Rights, Shared Parenting, Social Issues
Equal Constitutional Parental Rights and any needed reforms to the family law system to ensure them.
I am a children's rights activist. I have watched my stepson go through torture from his own mother before the courts actually did anything about it.His mother had TWO evaluations done that said exactly what kind of person she is, yet the judges refused to even look into this and continue to give her unsupervised visitations
Now, a new judge has taken the place of the other judge due to the old judge getting a promotion. This new judge has given the biological mother way more than what she deserves and has even stated that she has not done her homework on the case, but gives into this narcissistic persons demands.
If you were elected president, how would you fix the corruption in child custody areas?
Please remember our children are our future. If our children are mentally, psychologically, emotionally, etc. abused, how are they suppose to lead future generations?
What is your stance on equal constitutional parental rights for all parents and any needed reforms to the family law system to ensure them?
The HHS received funding to do an initial summary study of five states, with more funding once that was completed to do the rest of the US.
The "Survey of Absent Parents" was a sampling of divorce case files, in which children were involved, extending back ten years, to determine if there had been any filings to enforce access rights on behalf of the non-custodial parents, which in the 80s was the father in 99% of the cases.Congressional Hearing Graphic
Shop Amazon from here. Thanks for your support!
Means we use must be as pure as the ends we seek.
Abuse (8) Abuse of process (5) Admission to practice law (3) Adoption (1) Adversarial system (76) Advocacy group (4) Alimony (6) All rights reserved (1) Allegation (2) American Civil Liberties Union (2) Americans (2) Bar association (1) Barack Obama (1) Best interests (39) Bill (law) (2) Broward County (1) Broward County Public Schools (2) Catholic Church (1) Center for Public Integrity (1) Chief judge (28) Child Abuse (47) Child custody (71) Child development (6) Child neglect (2) Child protection (13) Child Protective Services (16) Child Support (60) Children (2) Children's Rights (75) Christmas (3) Circle of Moms (1) Circuit court (3) Civil and political rights (14) Civil law (common law) (2) Civil liberties (9) Civil Rights (147) Class action (1) Confidentiality (1) Constitutional law (1) Constitutional right (5) Contact (law) (10) Contempt of court (4) Coparenting (27) Copyright (1) Copyright infringement (1) Corruption (1) Court Enabled PAS (93) Court order (1) Custodial Parent (1) Declaratory judgment (3) Denial of Reasonable Parent-Child Contact (111) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (2) Divorce (116) Divorce Corp (6) Divorce Court (1) Documentary (25) Domestic Violence (46) Dr. Stephen Baskerville (5) Dred Scott v. Sandford (1) DSM-5 (1) DSM-IV Codes (1) Due Process (46) Dwyane Wade (1) Equal-time rule (2) Ethics (1) Events (10) Exposé (group) (1) Facebook (18) Fair use (1) False accusation (4) False Accusations (56) Family (1) Family (biology) (1) Family Court (192) Family Law (107) Family Law Reform (118) Family Rights (87) Family therapy (10) Father (12) Father figure (2) Father's Day (1) Father's Rights (12) Fatherhood (109) Fatherlessness Epidemic (4) Fathers 4 Justice (3) Fathers' rights movement (42) Florida (215) Florida Attorney General (7) Florida Circuit Courts (18) florida lawyers (32) Florida Legislature (5) Florida Senate (11) Fraud (1) Free Speech (1) Frivolous litigation (1) Fundamental rights (12) Gainesville (1) Gender equality (1) Government Accountability Project (2) Government interest (2) Grandparent (2) Healthy Children (14) Human Rights (117) I Love My Daughter (57) I Love My Son (9) Injunction (1) Innocence Project (1) Investigative journalism (1) Jason Patric (1) Joint custody (8) Joint custody (United States) (14) Judge (5) Judge Judy (7) Judge Manno-Schurr (53) Judicial Accountability (103) Judicial Immunity (7) Judicial misconduct (7) Judicial Reform (4) Judicial Watch (2) Judiciary (2) Kenton County (1) Kentucky (1) Kids for cash scandal (1) Law (2) Lawsuit (9) Lawyer (8) Legal Abuse (152) Liar Joel Greenberg (14) Linda Gottlieb (1) Litigant in person (1) Marriage (6) Matt O'Connor (1) Mental disorder (1) Mental health (1) Miami (43) Miami-Dade County (6) Miami-Dade County Public Schools (1) Miscarriage of justice (43) Mother (4) Movie (4) Music (8) Nancy Schaefer (1) National Fatherhood Initiative (1) Natural and legal rights (1) News (92) Nixa Maria Rose (14) Non-governmental organization (1) Noncustodial parent (3) Organizations (62) Palm Beach County (1) Parent (32) Parental Alienation (113) Parental alienation syndrome (13) Parental Rights (36) Parenting (9) Parenting plan (5) Parenting time (6) Parents' rights movement (33) Paternity (law) (1) Personal Story (23) Pope (1) Posttraumatic stress disorder (27) Pro Se (30) Pro se legal representation in the United States (3) Prosecutor (1) Public Awareness (113) Re-Post/Re-Blog (12) Research (1) Restraining order (3) Rick Scott (8) Self Representation-Pro Se (31) Sexism (1) Sexual abuse (2) Sexual assault (1) Shared Parenting (89) Single parent (5) Social Issues (61) Social Media (1) Spanish (9) Stand Up For Zoraya (47) Supreme Court of Florida (7) Supreme Court of the United States (4) Tampa (1) Testimony (23) Thanksgiving (2) The Florida Bar (7) Trauma (4) Troxel v. Granville (1) True Story (22) United States (18) United States Congress (1) United States Constitution (2) United States Department of Justice (3) Videos (53) Violence against men (1) Violence against women (1) Violence Against Women Act (2) Whistle-blower (3)