Sunday

WHAT PRINCIPLES GUIDE OUR COUNTRY?


 "For any society to grow there has to be a belief system that will advance that society." 


Welcome to new and old members alike!
Our organization's focus is on REFORMING CURRENT ALIMONY LAWS IN FLORIDA with an eye on future family law issues.

What are our beliefs?

Most of us would agree with the principles of the 10 commandments: Don't kill, don't steal, don't commit adultery, don't be dishonest, etc.  We also agree that we should reward good behavior; however, we often not only do not reward it, but offer no consequences for bad behavior.  This is at the heart of what is wrong with alimony law in the state of Florida.

One of the key elements that elevates a society is diversified financial growth.  With more products and services comes more income, which buys more houses, pays for products, food, transportation, medical/dental care, etc.  Almost all the money earned keeps our society moving forward.

When we penalize citizens for the sole reason that they are financially successful, it sends the wrong message to our society.  That's exactly what Florida's alimony laws do.  It's called THE ABILITY TO PAY, where an alimony judgement penalizes the person who has more money and, conversely, rewards the spouse who has chosen not to work.  This creates a "need" for the nonworking party which all too often never goes away. 


How did this reversal of principles happen?
Fighting for the "underdog" has become quite profitable. Many family law attorneys see the income opportunities when a family faces divorce, involving a plethora of expenses that must be paid by the spouse earning the income.  There is no incentive to limit litigation, so many divorces are extremely profitable for family law attorneys, who even take classes in how to penetrate the income producer's finances. It's all about the money.

Thursday

Certain Truths Are Self-Evident

Ten things you need to know about the structure of the CRC:

Ten things you need to know about the substance of the CRC:

Wednesday

Florida to host first Dads Take Your Child to School Day next month





Fl to sponsor Dads Take Your Child To School Day


The plan is for schools to provide refreshments for dads as well as a place where they can grab some information about...
Posted by Children's Rights on Tuesday, August 25, 2015



Kids do better academically with involved fathers, so state to host a Dads Take Your Child to School Day
In 2009, the Administration for Children and Families (ACF), and the annual “Dads Take Your Child to School Day” became the exclusive event that welcomed all ethnicities. A new logo was instituted from a drawing on a napkin by Kenneth Braswell, from the NYS OTDA. A website was created which allowed state-wide registration and guidance for anyone interested. It was also decided that the first day of school is a hectic time for principles and school staff and it may be difficult to coordinate the event. The date was moved back a couple of weeks to allow better planning and cohesion with the number of participating partners. A number of city agencies also joined including the Administration for Children Services (ACS), Department for Youth and Community Development (DYCD), and the Office of Child Support Enforcement (NYC OCSE).
#StandUpForZoraya #ILoveAndNeedMyDaughter #EndParentalAlienation

Monday

Equal Rights For BOTH Parents!

No More Jim Crow Family Courts - Defeating one state at a time! shirt design - zoomed

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Declaratory Judgment and destroy the unconstitutional practices in family courts

The money raised in this booster will go towards helping each state file a declaratory judgment to stop the unconstitutional practices in the family courts. The first portion of this month's campaign will be designated for the filing fees in Sarasota, Florida. If there are overages the extra will go into the nonprofit "Keeping Families Intact." Wear one of these shirts proudly knowing that you are part of the solution!

No More Jim Crow Family Courts - Defeating one state at a time!

Parents have been struggling far too long through the family courts. Both the parents and children are being abused and taken advantage of. It is too expensive and difficult for parents to fight this. And the time it takes to fight it causes the destruction of their relationships with their children, has cost many their health as well as some their lives.

Organized by: Sherry Palmer



Please STOP Contact Denial of My Daughter's Father Chief Judge Soto and Judge Manno-Schurr

Thousands of divorced fathers are eliminated from their children’s lives because of the ‘implacable hostility’ of mothers with custody, writes Neil Lyndon


‘The normal prejudiced assumption is that a mother will give children kindly care while a feckless father swaggers off over the horizon’ Photo: Alamy

Men’s and fathers’ groups saw the case in a different light, however. To them, it reflected a phenomenon that they see all too frequently – the elimination of fathers from their children’s lives by unmitigated, unscrupulous demands on the children’s loyalty on the part of the mother with custody, along with the unremitting denigration and belittling of the father.

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“Custody” and “placement” (sometimes called “visitation”) are often confused by the uninitiated. “Custody” has to do with decision-making on the child(ren)’s behalf on matters of health, education, and financial management. “Visitation” has to do with where the children live and when they, in accordance with the judge’s order, are and are not scheduled to be there.
The judge decides who will be primarily in charge of the child(ren)’s health, education and finances, and with whom the children will primarily live. The decision is made after the judge hears from professionals and various other observers and acquaintances who are familiar with both parents and the child(ren), as well as the dynamics of the respective family household. First among the professionals, as determined by state law, is the guardian ad litem (who may be a lawyer) or the custody evaluator (who may be a psychologist). Depending upon the state, one or another of these professionals is appointed by the court to look into the specific situation presented by each case and make a recommendation to the judge as to the “best interests of the child(ren)” in that case.
In recent years, as more and more mothers have entered the workforce, child custody fights between divorcing parents have become more commonplace. The outcomes of these contests are ultimately decided by a Family Court judge whose determination is based on his/her answer to the following question: “primary placement with which parent is in the best interests of the child(ren)?”

Being a good dad means both talking the talk and walking the walk. Everyone from the ex to the kids to the guardian to teachers, coaches, neighbors, doctors and shrinks is watching. Show them all what a good dad you are and in the process you’ll actually become a better dad than you were. The inevitable effect of that is that it’s good for you and your children, and smart dads know this. Take this expert advice to heart, and remember: if you want custody of your children, show the world and your family that you are serious about the responsibilities of fatherhood.

While it is true our family courts must do more to move toward shared parenting whenever there is a divorce or separation in a family


Across the country women, children, AND MEN are becoming the victims of judges and the court system. It is time that we...
Posted by Children's Rights on Thursday, August 20, 2015

Contact Denial is Child Abuse.: This site is for the naming and shaming of contact deniers.

A short clip from my documentary about Parental Alienation. I never employed a script during the filming of this process. It was quite unnecessary. I remembered everything very well; like a fresh wound.
Posted by Parental Alienation Syndrome: "A Father's Struggle." on Wednesday, July 29, 2015
florida judges - 2015STOP Court's DENIAL of REASONABLE Parent/Child  CONTACT

Do her mistakes qualify her for another six years on the bench? Or is it time that Miami-Dade voters look for someone who is more competent…Read More

 STOP Court's DENIAL of REASONABLE Parent/Child CONTACT

Judge Manno-Schurr: Reversed again for not knowing the law - United Auto Courts Reports

United Auto Courts Reports ~ Valerie Manno-Schurr has made a habit of being reversed in her first term as Miami-Dade circuit judge. The latest instance was on Feb. 29, when the Third District Court of Appeal determined that she erred in a dispute over a homeowner’s insurance claim. Judge Manno-Schurr has been reversed many times on cases taken to appeal. As of late 2011,…Read More

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Judge Manno-Schurr is my 8 year-old Paternity - Family Court Case presiding Judge. The 5th Judge to preside over my simple case; an unwed…Read More

Bad Judges - 2015Judges are allowed to make numerous errors that litigants pay tens of thousands of dollars to correct through the appellate process or either live with illegal orders. Judges make intentionally erroneous orders with the knowledge litigants don’t have the resources to correct. If a cashier, nurse or any other profession made as many errors as judges they would be terminated. It is time judges are judge by the same standards the litigants standing before them are judges.


JUSTICE DELAYED = JUSTICE DENIED

Miami Family Court Judge Manno-Schurr

Presiding Judge of my ""8"" YEAR-OLD  "simple" Paternity - Family Court Case from 2008!



 The 5th Judge to preside over my simple case; an unwed biological father seeking to maintain contact with his daughter Zoraya (Google ‪#‎StandupforZoraya‬ to read about this case) and Judge Manno-Schurr is enabling Child Abuse via Parental Alienation.


On March 25th, 2015, in a special set hearing at the Family Courthouse, Judge Manno-Schurr interrupted my testimony while on the witness stand to notate the court reporter's record as follows; "the father (me) is turning red in the face, yelling at me, and pointing his finger at me". My attorney, Stuart Abramson, objected noting the record as follows; "the father has been diagnosed with PTSD your honor". Then Judge Manno-Schurr (this is why you should rethink this article) said; "Mr. Inguanzo were you in the military?"

My response: "NO!  Your Honor ...  'YOU' AND THIS CASE HAS CAUSED THE PTSD ACCORDING TO MY DOCTORS"

How about that for a Registered Nurse!!! 

(Google ‪#‎StandupforZoraya‬ to read about this case) and Judge Manno-Schurr is enabling Child Abuse via Parental Alienation.


Re-abusing children in court | Stop Abuse Campaign ~~ Family court is not the only judicial system where judges are blaming and re-victimizing the victims. Obviously.

This week on #AskCarey, Carey Casey examines the question of being a good dad when you didn't have a positive fathering example. What do you do?

Visit http://www.fathers.com for ideas, advice and inspiration for being the best dad you can be to your children.

Judges re-abuse children worsethan abusers


When someone hurts us and/or our children, our first reaction is to protect ourselves or to call the police.  We think that as victims that the authorities should be there to help us; that as innocent victims the police, and court system should there for the best interest of the innocent.  In fact, in many cases the exact opposite is true.  Over the years a growing amount of judges and authorities are siding with the abusers and only blaming and re-victimizing the victims. 

“I think death would be easier than divorce.” Here’s a look at what’s to come in the new documentary, Divorce Corp.
Posted by Divorce Corp. on Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Please share this video and help us spread awareness surrounding our much important cause.Thank you to MRKREEP for...
Posted by The Fathers' Rights Movement on Sunday, August 2, 2015
STOP THE HEARTBREAK JUDGE MANNO-SCHURR ~~ 11th Judicial Circuit Family Court... http://bit.ly/1VBlVaG
Posted by David Inguanzo on Monday, October 5, 2015
Happy Birthday Zoraya!Stand Up For Zoraya
Posted by David Inguanzo on Sunday, August 2, 2015

Source: Fathers will win child custody battles if the children are the priority in everyday life



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