PETITION - Florida Family Court Miami-Dade STOP Denial of Reasonable Parent/Child Contact #StandUpForZoraya - PETITION

The Cause "Stand Up For Zoraya" celebrates the love fathers have for their daughters, inspiring them to embrace the important role they hold in their daughters' lives and to provide the love, nurture, and emotional support that only they can give.


Dear Honorable Chief Judge Bertila Soto:I am disturbed about the injustice perpetrated on Mr. David inguanzo. I am further disturbed about the anger directed at this innocent man by Circuit Court Judge Valerie Manno-Schurr, captured on court transcripts, and her complete lack of sympathy for a man who is the proven victim of lies, including a lie by Ms. Nixa Rose to a Miami-Dade Police Officer, which is a felony in the State of Florida.

I demand that: Judge Manno-Schurr recuse herself from Mr. Inguanzo’s case (Case Number: 2008-029595-FC17). And that she be demoted from her post as Presiding Judge of the Family Division of the Eleventh Judicial Court of Florida. And that Mr. Inguanzo be reunited with Zoraya Inguanzo WITH an ORDER allowing "Normal and Reasonable Timesharing" IMMEDIATELY.Respectfully submitted, [Put in Your Name] [Put in Your State of Residence]


Please send your emails to all of the following: 1. Chief Judge Bertila Soto, c/o: 2.Xxxx Xxxxxx, State Court Administrative Office, c/o: 4. Call To Action: 5. Call To Action:  Newspaper Editorials

Find Court Qualified "Supervised Visitation Monitor" - Once a week (for one hour) in Miami-Dade or Broward County.  As Ordered by Judge Manno-Schurr on February 2nd, 2015. WILL PAY - Contact Stuart H. Abramson, Attorney at Law at (305) 270-7796

Obtain a Pro-Bono Guardian Ad Litem (GAL). See a photo of Dad's Motion for GAL Appointment filed by dad and denied by Judge Scott Silverman.

Dad initially (on 12/4/2008) petitioned the court for three things: 1. Pay Child Support  2. Shared Parental Responsibility  and   3. Normal and reasonable Time-sharing. On July 8th, 2010 Dad was granted by Judge Maria Espinosa Dennis: 1.  Child Support   2. Shared Parental Responsibility Judge Dennis stated in the Final Judgment that "Normal and reasonable time-sharing", like the one dad has with his son since 2004 from his divorce, will be granted upon absolute compliance with all items listed in Paragraph number 29 of the Final Judgment. 

Dad has been in Family Court compliance since October of 2010.

PICTURE: Zoraya and David - Sister and Brother Separated by Judge Manno-Schurr for NO REASON!!!

No Contact for Daughter and Father. No Reason Needed - Judge Manno-Schurr. ~~ #StandupforZoraya ~~

Judge Manno-Schurr It is in the child's best interests that contact and visits be restored SWIFTLY and FULLY11th Judicial Circuit Family Court - Inguanzo vs. Rose 08-29595 - Began: 10/27/20082012 - 

Linda J Gottlieb LMFT LCSW - 
Resumption of Visits ~

It is in the child's best interests that contact and visits with the alienated parent be restored SWIFTLY and FULLY once the suspended contact was determined to be the result of unfounded DV allegations and/or because the alienating parent had unilaterally prevented the contact.

One of the more pernicious and destructive alienating maneuvers is the leveling of false abuse allegations against the targeted parent. 

This emotional form of child abuse is by the alienating  by a parent, then the traumatic results are equal to those of children who actually had suffered abused. 

Exacerbating the damage, such allegations generally lead to the immediate suspension of all contact between the child and the targeted parent during the ensuing investigation. Not only is contact missed, it allows for the poisoning to continue with no possibility for the antidote of the meaningful contact between the child and the targeted parent. Furthering the damage to the child of the suspended contact, the alienating parent invariably informs the child that she/he has been abandoned by the targeted parent!
Paving the way for the resumption of visits and contact. Oh, really? Not so fast. This rarely happens  because the alienating parent declares to the child's attorney (Liar Greenberg) and to the family court that the child is too afraid to have contact resumed with the targeted parent; and naturally these sentiments are validated by the brainwashed puppet child.

So the attorney for the child and the attorney  for the alienating parent recommend the very slow resumption of contact----generally slower than watching grass grow. Some attorneys for the targeted parent have conveyed to me that this situation places them in a double-blind: if they ask for normal resumption of contact, the judge may deny everything. So frequently, the attorney for the targeted parent has little choice but to agree to the resumption of contact at a snail's pace and sometimes supervised.


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What follows are the reasons for my previous declaration as provided by some of the lawyers and forensic evaluators whom I interviewed for my book. I will then provide my own explanation why this is dumb, dumb, dumb.

Attorney Paul Levitt represented the alienated parent in New York's landmark case regarding parental alienation, Young v. Young, which developed the case law about alienation which states, "A custodial parent's interference with the relationship between child and the noncustodial parent has been said to be an act so inconsistent with the best interests of the child as to per se raise a strong probability that the offending party is unfit to act as a custodial parent." Mr. Levitt stated the following in his interview regarding the resumption of visits, "When allegations are unfounded, it should not be a question of slowly reintroducing the alienated parent to his child. It should be a question of removing the child from the from the parent who prompted the child to make these allegations. We have been looking at it the wrong way. It shouldn't be how slowly the alienated parent should again develop the relationship with the child but rather how quickly we can remove the alienator from the relationship that she/he has with the child."

Lawyer for the Child, Susan Saltz, stated, "You can't give full rights immediately? I would say that's another way of depriving the children and the alienated parent of getting their relationship on the right track. You can't shoot your parents dead and then throw yourself on the  mercy of the court because you are an orphan. The alienator is the one who caused the separation, and then they have the audacity to demand that things proceed at a snail space?"

Lawyer Robert Hiltzik stated in regards to the slow reinstatement of visits, "I know when this is done, it validates that something is wrong with the alienated parent by going slowly."

Forensic evaluator, Ray Havlicek, Ph.D., took issue with the suspension of visits to begin with. Particularly because his experience has been that, in the vast number of PAS cases, the sex abuse allegation is frivolous. His belief regarding this was stated as follows, "You don't suddenly stop visitation. If you stop the visitation, nine times out of 10 it is the wrong reason. The damage that this causes to the child's belief is immense. The child then thinks, 'Oh, now the judge is saying it about my father (mother.) My mother (father) must be right about him (her).' There is really a problem with this approach. The system must be changed."

Lawyer for the child, Evie Zarkadas, stated, "The residential parent has to lead the way. Children will take their cue from the residential parent. If the residential parent shows interest and is an instrumental force encouraging the relationship with the other parent, the visitation happens; it is never a problem!"

Attorney, Joshua Hecht, stated the following regarding the visit, "More is better because when the child is not with the alienated parent they are under the influence of the alienating parent so that has to be counteracted as much is possible."

Again referencing attorney, Robert Hiltzik, he stated "If you can't get your child to go on the visits, then you can't be the residential parent. Part of being a parent is that you tell the kids what to do. What happens when the child doesn't go to school? To medical  appointments? So, if the child doesn't want to do something, they don't have to do it? We are making decisions for children all the time. Why are they allowed to decide whether or not to see the other parent?

I could not agree more with the wisdom of all my esteemed colleagues. There is NO scientific or credible research that supports the idea that going slowly with reinstating visits between the child and a loving parent needs to proceed at a snail's space. In fact, just the opposite is true. The professionals who intervene in child custody and visitation must cease and desist from enabling the alienator thereby perpetuating the alienation when they sanction the separation of children from their alienated parent.

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