Help Support Litigation Efforts Through Parenting Rights Institute

Parenting Rights Institute
Offices of Leon R. Koziol, J.D.
1518 Genesee Street
Utica, NY 13502
(315) 796-4000
www.leonkoziol.com

November 22, 2010

Thank you for visiting LeonKoziol.Com. Our staff is comprised of volunteers, many whom are victims of antiquated child control laws. Nonetheless, they are committed to seeking meaningful legal reform as well as the successful establishment of the Parenting Rights Institute.

We believe there is strength in numbers. However, nothing will change until we as parents, make a decision to unite like never before and come together for one common purpose. Simply put, that purpose consists of a lawsuit which has been recently filed in New York Federal court ultimately benefitting “parents similarly situated” as well another test case on the state court track, presently on a writ before the United States Supreme Court.

Here is how you can help:

1.)    Join our growing database and subscribe to LeonKoziol.com to stay informed.

2.)    Assist with our efforts in the distribution of news releases to local, state, and national media as well as help facilitate interviews for civil  rights advocate Leon Koziol, J.D.

3.)    We need your financial support. Our goal is to raise at least one million dollars within the near future. This money will help cover the burden of pursuing costly litigation associated with filing Constitution based challenges to current domestic relations laws. In addition, your contribution will help establish the Parenting Rights Institute for these and various other purposes as stated in our prospectus. Checks should be made payable to: Leon Koziol, PRI and mailed to: 1518 Genesee Street, Utica, NY 13502.

Thank you for your support.

Sincerely,

The Staff at Leon Koziol.Com

3 thoughts on “Help Support Litigation Efforts Through Parenting Rights Institute

  1. Terri

    Thanks for help to fight for the rights of men (and some women) toward parenting in a culture with the highest divorce rate in the world of about 200 countries.

    After three years of marriage, my wife divorced me against my will. Privately she told me she was unhappy and I did not make her happy. Publicly she called me abusive. Blessed with an only son.

    Without due process, but as a matter of routine, after a fifteen minute discussion before a family judge, I was awarded four days every month to parent our son; ordered to pay $2,600 in support; $200,000 of my savings frozen; and, an order of protection entered against me for my wife.

    After three years, over one hundred court calls, $150,000 in legal fees, and three jobs, I lost a successful career; involved in a dozen incidents calling for police; imprisoned; filed for personal bankruptcy; car repossessed; and evicted from my apartment, but won joint custody in a state which 17% of fathers win. Last February, however, my wife in retaliation had my visitation suspended, and still the County Circuit Clerk refuses to accept $15,000 in proof of payments as credit for court ordered support paid.

    I do not believe most marriages end with this much drama, however, when push comes to shove, a woman knows that she is king of the castle as she has the courts, culture, friends, and family on her side.

    I regret saying, “I do,” but miss a son and wife.

  2. Craig

    Hello,

    Has anyone every considered filing against the State Department for failure of duty?

    As a parent of a child abducted from San Francisco, against a SF court order, I was instructed to contact the US State Dept for assistance. They did provide some assistance, however their main reply which is or was their official policy is that “International Parental Child Abduction is a personal problem”.

    Is not one of the fundamental functions of the federal government to sort out issues between US interests and other countries? How is parental abduction across state lines a federal offense, but across national lines a “Personal problem”? Is there really a legal statute that says that or is it just an administrative decision to make the State Dept. job easier?

    I would think we could file a class action on this.

    Any ideas?
    Thanks

  3. ilsa kaye

    My case is perfect for your suite, a number of us have been trying to get a rico case together for years, google ” softsplit” my case was engineered and designed by these people to deprive me of my rights to parent and to my property, you would have to be a billionaire to fight and win, I was deprived just services, a fair and neutral trial, they took it all. I lost millions upon millions and they destroyed my childrens childhood. It is incredible the corruption and stupidity. The attorneys and doctors in cahoots, were Robert Dobrish and Pamela Sloan, the forensics and experts were Stephen Herman, Paul Hymowitz and April Kuchik, they were all in a for profit business called sofsplit, they ruled in the fathers favor and no one disclosed their affiliation, I lost at the apellate level to get a fair and neutral trial. Disgusting. Scott Horn was my apellate lawyer, Leslie Eaton of the NYT covered the case in a 3 part series/investigation. Ilsa Kaye

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