Koziol To Offer Seminars


In the aftermath of parenting sessions held in New York City over the holidays, Leon Koziol, J.D. was solicited to provide seminars in Ohio and upstate New York on the subject of self representation, federal court access and litigation avoidance principles. Mr. Koziol is now offering similar sessions to large or small groups nationwide in conformity with his goal of securing long overdue reform. Parent and child exploitations by divorce lawyers and government bureaucrats are impairing business and family relationships everywhere. An inside look at these damaging processes from the perspective of a 23 year trial attorney is intended to promote real justice and conciliatory resolutions. As a parent himself, Mr. Koziol draws from additional expertise leading and representing citizen groups since 1985 in both federal and state courts. In recent years, he has appeared on the CBS Program 60 Minutes, New York Times and CNN. Depending upon the nature of inquiries, a single meeting, weekend session or on-line interactions are possible to address a wide range of interests and financial capacities. Unsuspecting victims continue to be relegated to a child control industry which depletes savings and assets with no demonstrable benefit to parents, employers and innocent children. The products manufactured by this child industry are cheaply crafted controversies which are harming the productivity and health of an entire nation. Contact us directly at (315) 796-4000 for further information that may save you, your business and children thousands of dollars in work efficiency and litigation costs.

5 thoughts on “Koziol To Offer Seminars

  1. One of THE BEST resources for educating and empowering parents in crisis (or not) for free that there is, is Up To Parents. It is sooo good. There are some other very good ones, but none as sound and professional as UTP and now PTP. Parents, if you stuck in the courtroom please take UTP and PTP in front of the Judge, requesting that the other parent participate in it. Keep showing it to the Attorneys and the Judges. They won’t like this of course, and yet it will be another thorn in their side over Federal RICOs, etc. Gradually with time, parents will become conscious of these FREE forms of help and start to dismantle the Family Dismantlers.

    http://www.uptoparents.org http://www.proudtoparent.org

  2. J Gnther

    This is a giant step. A little knowledge of the mud on the other side of the hurdle.

    One of the biggest problems in all of this is an unwillingness for many attorneys to push the envelope for the rights of their clients for fear of damaging their careers at the hands of Judicial retribution, which we know is as rampant as our rights being denied.

  3. J Gnther

    I loud the entire effort behind the premise of this, but feel the necessity to state that under present Laws, combined with the nebulous lack of accountability and bias in the legal system, there is such a financial incentive for one party not to elude litigation, the only answer is comprehensive combative litigation or revolutionary/legislative action.

  4. Anthony Peterson

    If one tries to appeal to the good nature of people to reform the system, it won’t be changed. Keep shining the light on the abuses of the system. You’re settling if you think you just need to educate the litigates on how to navigate the court system. It just seems like you, Mr. Koziol, are conceeding to the power of the courts. Is this one of the problems with trying to reform the system….other lawyers just going along with bad methods of the courts. Keep shining the light on the abuses of the system.

  5. Keenon Wilborn

    I am interested in joining the class action lawsuit. Currently, I reside in Texas. I believe the system is unfair and by nature defaults to the custodial parent. It does not necessarily mean that a childs total needs are being met. Several issues need to be challenged and aligned with Child Custody, Child Support Payments, Enforcement Procedures, and Accountability from both Parents.

    Keenon Wilborn
    Houston, Texas

    P.S. Please email or call me….

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