"Too Inconvenient" - Florida Family Court Abuse Against "FIT" Father
Dearest Daughter,I love you so much.
Yesterday 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.
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".
What can be worse than that?
Judge Manno-Schurr agreed with mom. In my opinion this is Parental Alienation by Mom facilitated by the Family Court.
Judge granted Mom's Motion to Strike the Amicus Brief filed by Dad that explains to the Family Court that "Parental Alienation is Emotional Child Abuse" written by Linda Kase Gottlieb's L.C.S.W., L.M.F.T.
A Family Court Services Report regarding the 12 supervised visits dated January 29th, 2013 states: "After greeting, Mr. Inguanzo immediately engaged Daughter 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.Iinguanzo also practiced speaking Spanish with Daughter.
Mr. Inguanzo frequently demonstrated physical affection, to which Daughter allowed and reciprocated. Mr. Inguanzo displayed behaviors indicative of being nurturing patient, and attentive to Daughter's needs. Daughter appeared to enjoy her father's company. Daughter and her father displayed a very good level of interaction."
I have not seen and or spoken with Daughter since January 5th, 2013.
I promise I will keep trying Zoraya and I will never, never, never, never give in.
I love you,
The first case to recognize a non-custodial parent’s cause of action based on the tort of intentional infliction of emotional distress was Sheltra V. Smith, 392 A. 2d 431 (Vt. 1978). In this case, the non-custodial parent brought suit for damages alleging that: “defendant willfully, maliciously, intentionally, and outrageously inflicted extreme mental suffering and acute mental distress on the plaintiff, by willfully, maliciously, and outrageously rendering it impossible for any personal contact or other communication to take place between the (plaintiff and child).” ~Id. at 433.
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