Join our next Parenting Rights Institute nationwide conference call for a support group during pandemic; featured guest Dr. Martha Link M.D. tonight, 5/28 @ 7 pm ET; Call (605) 313-4427, access# 583326

By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

Don’t miss our next bi-weekly program (Mondays and Thursdays) featuring guests and callers who assist one another in family court reform and accountability. This Thursday, May 27, 2020 at 7pm ET we will feature Dr. Martha Link, M.D. who will address post traumatic stress, parental alienation and other harms suffered by parents, children and families in our domestic courts.

Dr. Link will focus on a support group for those victimized in the domestic court industry. The call is free, open to all, and very informative with a networking benefit. Call (605) 313-4427; access # 583326. We are available 24 hours at (315) 380-3420 or by e-mail personally at leonkoziol@gmail.com. Contact those who may benefit to join our call. It is a public service.

Dr. Martha Link M.D. is featured on the Parenting Rights Institute conference call this Thursday May 28, 2020 at 7pm ET. Join us for some valuable discourse.

PRI Program Host Dr. Leon Koziol explains his self-representation program to benefit those who cannot afford a lawyer during the Covid-19 pandemic.

By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

Don’t miss our next bi-weekly program (Mondays and Thursdays) featuring guests and callers who assist one another in family court reform and accountability. This Thursday, May 27, 2020 at 7pm ET we will feature Dr. Martha Link, M.D. who will address post traumatic stress, parental alienation and other harms suffered by parents, children and families in our domestic courts. She will focus on those who exploit unsuspecting clients. The call is free, open to all and very informative with a networking benefit. Call (605) 313-4427; access # 583326

Reform for a 2-year old girl lost to Family Court. The Gabriella Boyd Foundation is featured on tonight’s program, 5/25 @ 7pm ET, Call (605) 313-4427; code # 583326.

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Steve Boyd, Rosa Montilla and Gabriella Boyd, the last time they were together in 2018 before the two year old’s life was forever taken by her mother due to a family court custody battle.

By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

Tonight on Memorial Day, May 25, 2020, 7pm ET, we will feature Steve Boyd and Rosa Montilla of the Gabriella Boyd Foundation, a reform group dedicated to the memory of 2-year old Gabriella Boyd whose life was forever taken in gruesome manner by her mother due to a custody battle. The Foundation was also featured at our 3-day Parent March on Washington in the way of a candlelight vigil on the front lawn of the U.S. Capitol. You can view it on the video of that event below.

We will never get a chance to meet little Gabriella Boyd but she serves to remind us how precious our own children are even if we are alienated as so many of us are by a dysfunctional domestic court system financed by federal dollars. The pandemic will only worsen our crises as family courts become overloaded and parents remain unable to talk to their children or even learn about their well-being during home quarantines.

On the Foundation website, Steve and Rosa have managed to introduce Gabriella to us as follows:

“I was born on July 26, 2015. Two days before my daddy’s birthday. He always said ‘2015 I got my greatest birthday present and it was given to me in a hospital.’ However, shortly after July, I would not see him again until October. Family court petitions, accusations, Order of Protection, unfit Judges and lawyers resulted in me spending only 2 days a week for 9 hours a day with my Father, grandparents and the rest of my family.”

Gabriella Boyd was an innocent victim and just another statistic in the bias, backwards and outdated New York State Family Court System. Despite her father’s efforts to show the court that it was in the best interest of Gabriella that she be with him.

Big brown eyes and a bright smile, Gabriella, Gabby, Gabs, Ladybug or Mama was sure to put a smile on your face. She was a very happy little girl. Outgoing, independent, fearless, smart, clever, sneaky and a great listener. She understood a lot more than people thought she did. She would make an attempt to try anything, from taking on a new obstacle on the playground, to learning to pronounce a new letter or word.

She loved dogs, painting and drawing, playing soccer and making play dough meat balls with Nanny. She liked music, and dancing and playing the guitar with Pappy. She enjoyed walks around the park with Daddy and RoRo, and feeding the geese and the ducks. She has a special bond with Uncle Joe and Aunt Ashley where she felt safe even when Uncle Joe chased her around the house and threw her up in the air, it was built on trust and love.

Gabriella liked trucks and motorcycles, books, macaroni and cheese, and playing with her big cousins. Mama loved to bake cookies and cupcakes, all the while licking the frosting from her fingers. She helped Dada make pancakes for breakfast every Saturday at 9:30 am, where she would always set the table, pretend to cook, and if she really liked you, she would share.

Gabriella liked her naps, she liked to learn and she liked riding in the car. Holidays were special, she loved the snow and making snowman and being pulled in the sled. She was a very observant and particular little girl who loved Mickey Mouse and her two favorite dogs, Rollo and Bingo.

That’s who this beautiful little Angel was and will always be and so much more!

We Love & miss you so much

I’m a poor typist, and it took awhile to reproduce the above script from the Gabriella Boyd Foundation website. But with each word or sentence, memories of my own little girls at Gabby’s age poured out from the computer screen. At Lake George for the holiday weekend, it was impossible to take in the scenery without fond memories of us together.

I was fortunate to have many more years with my precious little ones before their mother finished a ten year crusade to permanently remove them from my life. She did so without any report of neglect or abuse and no finding of unfit parenting. She did so to serve her own selfish interests.

We must all learn from the experience of the Boyd family, to appreciate what we had when we did have it, and to demand a complete overhaul of a domestic court system that is seriously outdated, greed-oriented and inhumane. That’s our job as Americans particularly during an unexpected pandemic that forces us to reevaluate the manner in which we conduct our lives.

Join us Monday night, spread the word, and share your thoughts with fellow victims.

 

MEMORIAL DAY MONDAY: Reform for a 2-year old girl lost to Family Court. The Gabriella Boyd Foundation is featured on our Monday program, 5/25 @ 7pm ET, Call (605) 313-4427; access# 583326.

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Steve Boyd, Rosa Montilla and Gabriella Boyd, the last time they were together in 2018 before the two year old’s life was forever taken by her mother due to a family court custody battle.

By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

Don’t miss our next bi-weekly program (Mondays and Thursdays) featuring guests and callers who assist one another in family court reform and accountability.

On Memorial Day Monday, May 25, 2020, 7pm ET, we will feature Steve Boyd and Rosa Montilla of the Gabriella Boyd Foundation, a reform group dedicated to the memory of 2-year old Gabriella Boyd whose life was forever taken in gruesome manner by her mother due to a custody battle. The Foundation was also featured at our 3-day Parent March on Washington in the way of a candlelight vigil on the front lawn of the U.S. Capitol. You can view it on the video of that event below.

We will never get a chance to meet little Gabriella Boyd but she serves to remind us how precious our own children are even if we are alienated as I was by an unrepentant mother, Kelly Hawse-Koziol. She acted with the kind of evil that is similarly indescribable. How any parent could be so selfish as to take a child from the other parent remains a sick aspect of our ever deteriorating society. It’s one pain I can share with the Boyd family, and it’s one that deserves justice even if that should come from a higher power.

On the Foundation website, Steve and Rosa have managed to introduce Gabriella to us as follows:

“I was born on July 26, 2015. Two days before my daddy’s birthday. He always said ‘2015 I got my greatest birthday present and it was given to me in a hospital.’ However, shortly after July, I would not see him again until October. Family court petitions, accusations, Order of Protection, unfit Judges and lawyers resulted in me spending only 2 days a week for 9 hours a day with my Father, grandparents and the rest of my family.”

Gabriella Boyd was an innocent victim and just another statistic in the bias, backwards and outdated New York State Family Court System. Despite her father’s efforts to show the court that it was in the best interest of Gabriella that she be with him.

Big brown eyes and a bright smile, Gabriella, Gabby, Gabs, Ladybug or Mama was sure to put a smile on your face. She was a very happy little girl. Outgoing, independent, fearless, smart, clever, sneaky and a great listener. She understood a lot more than people thought she did. She would make an attempt to try anything, from taking on a new obstacle on the playground, to learning to pronounce a new letter or word.

She loved dogs, painting and drawing, playing soccer and making play dough meat balls with Nanny. She liked music, and dancing and playing the guitar with Pappy. She enjoyed walks around the park with Daddy and RoRo, and feeding the geese and the ducks. She has a special bond with Uncle Joe and Aunt Ashley where she felt safe even when Uncle Joe chased her around the house and threw her up in the air, it was built on trust and love.

Gabriella liked trucks and motorcycles, books, macaroni and cheese, and playing with her big cousins. Mama loved to bake cookies and cupcakes, all the while licking the frosting from her fingers. She helped Dada make pancakes for breakfast every Saturday at 9:30 am, where she would always set the table, pretend to cook, and if she really liked you, she would share.

Gabriella liked her naps, she liked to learn and she liked riding in the car. Holidays were special, she loved the snow and making snowman and being pulled in the sled. She was a very observant and particular little girl who loved Mickey Mouse and her two favorite dogs, Rollo and Bingo.

That’s who this beautiful little Angel was and will always be and so much more!

We Love & miss you so much

I’m a poor typist, and it took awhile to reproduce the above script from the Gabriella Boyd Foundation website. But with each word or sentence, memories of my own little girls at Gabby’s age poured out from the computer screen.

At Lake George for the holiday weekend, it was impossible to take in the scenery without fond memories of us together. I was fortunate to have many more years with my precious little ones before their mother finished a ten year crusade to permanently remove them from my life. She did so  without any report of neglect or abuse and no finding of unfit parenting.

Why I was forced to prove myself  to countless strangers in a hostile courtroom boggles the mind. But Kelly Hawse-Koziol was determined to do everything she could, from pathetically obvious fabrications to as many as five protection orders, all thrown out without my having to take any witness stand in defense.

She did all this to substitute me as the only father with a preferred millionaire who ultimately dumped her anyway and removed her and my girls from his home. In the end, Kelly Hawse-Koziol lost everything that was truly important in life, especially the loving dad who made these girls possible, unfortunately for her to exploit for greed and personal gain.

We must all learn from the experience of the Boyd family, to appreciate what we had when we did have it, and to demand a complete overhaul of a domestic court system that is seriously outdated, greed-oriented and inhumane. That’s our job as Americans particularly during an unexpected pandemic that forces us to reevaluate the manner in which we conduct our lives.

Join us Monday night, spread the word, and share your thoughts with fellow victims.

 

If you are a court victim during Covid-19 Pandemic, join our open conference calls. On Thursday, 5/21 @ 7pm ET we feature a mediation attorney with valuable insights

By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

As our bi-weekly conference calls grow in participants, we are featuring experts to assist court victims during the Covid-19 pandemic.

It’s free, inspiring and highly informative. On Thursday, May 21, 2020 our guest is Philadelphia attorney Lawrence DeMarco of DeMarco & Demarco P.C. He was one of our expert speakers at our 3-day event in Washington D.C. last May, the Parent March on Washington. It is summarized in the above video.

On Monday we will feature Steve and Rosa of the Gabriella Boyd Foundation regarding tragic child losses caused by family court and on Thursday our guest will be Dr. Martha Link. M.D. who will address coping issues and court corruption as a forensic expert.

A great series follows every Monday and Thursday at 7 pm ET. Call (605) 313-4427; access # 583326. If you do join the call, keep your phones on mute until we open to questions so as not to interfere with presentations. Be a part of our growing reform movement at the Parenting Rights Institute and http://www.leonkoziol.com.

Office # (315) 380-3420

e-mail personally at leonkoziol@gmail.com

A Philadelphia Lawyer is our next guest on PRI nationwide conference call Thursday, 5/21 @ 7pm ET. Join the discussion on family court reform: (605) 313-4427 access # 583326.

A peek at our next guest, Philadelphia Attorney Lawrence DeMarco as he interviews judicial whistleblower Leon Koziol this past week. Share this vital message for the sake of moms, dads, children and families everywhere. And join our bi-weekly conference calls to learn, network and protect yourself from divorce and family court abuse!

 

Dr. Leon Koziol, Former Civil Rights Attorney and Parental Rights Advocate Discusses Self-Representation in the “New Normal” created by Covid-19 Pandemic.

 

Long Island TV Host Chris DiMaggio Produces Highly Informative Interview of Parental Rights Advocate, Leon Koziol, in 2011 on constitutional issues in divorce and family courts.   FIT-TV TEN YEARS LATER

 

 

A MUST-SEE, LAWYER INTERVIEW OF A COURT WHISTLEBLOWER: Also, join our call tonight, every Monday and Thursday at 7PM ET: (605) 313-4427; Access # 583326

 

By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

We’re getting the band back together from last year’s Parent March on Washington to demand reforms during a pandemic that is wreaking havoc on our lives. The above interview was conducted by Philadelphia Attorney Lawrence DeMarco and it shows how serious things have become in our divorce and family courts. View it and join our free conference calls tonight and every Monday and Thursday at 7 pm ET. Call (605) 313-4427; access code # 583326.

A financial consultant will be our guest speaker tonight and Attorney DeMarco will be featured on Thursday followed by the regular experts and question-answer session.  Take advantage of this opportunity to learn, share and network with fellow victims during this time of crisis

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