$2 Million in Lawyer Fees and Growing: The Endless Divorce of St. John’s Professor Anthony Pappas

St. John’s University Professor Anthony Pappas, Dr. Leon Koziol, Brigid Griffin and parental advocates attend divorce proceedings of Dr. Eric Braverman who spent over $5 million in lawyer fees. Between the two divorce victims, the lawyer bills are well over $7 million.

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If you are a follower of our work, you know that we have been coming to homes, courts and communities across the country exposing the corrupt divorce and family court industry. Our latest video documentary features St. John’s University Professor Anthony Pappas. It is a shocking story of lawyer greed which has cost him over $2 million in lawyer fees alone. It is a divorce commenced by his ex-wife in 2004. Today in November, 2016, it is headed into its 13th year of lucrative proceedings with no end in sight.

Although the ex-wife is gainfully employed, Professor Pappas has been ordered to pay for both his and her lawyer fees, making the ex-wife carefree in her lawyer bills. Despite appeals, complaints to numerous authorities and protests in Washington, Manhattan and Albany, the abuse continues. And get this, those fees were racked up with no contest over the former couple’s three children as they were all over the age of 18 when the divorce started. It is being litigated in Nassau County Supreme Court on Long Island. Judge Hope Schwartz Zimmerman is presiding and Henry Kruman is the opposing lawyer with Professor Pappas now forced to represent himself after restraints were placed on his accounts.

This video is a must-see and we will be publishing it soon. It will provide further reason for you to get our Court Strategy Program or hire us to do an investigation-documentary of your own case. Let’s face it, mainstream media is ignoring widespread corruption in our nation’s divorce and family courts. That’s because bar associations across America are suppressing a trillion dollar industry that is increasingly exploiting our children. Tremendous harm has resulted as evidenced throughout today’s society. So as parents, we have a duty to command our own destinies with documentaries published through secondary and social media. Here at Parenting Rights Institute, we are having remarkable success.

Anyone can slap together a home video and throw it up on You-Tube. But without expertise connected to it, why waste time. Such a video could do more harm than good. Even professional programs with major media can fall short of an ideal product because the sponsors or anchors are unfamiliar with these courts. Time and again we have seen shows that promote the propaganda of the child “experts” who have never had children of their own as they profit from our misfortunes.

Here we do much more through follow-up and professional reports. Dr. Leon Koziol has been featured on 60 Minutes, front page of the New York Times, CNN and other major news organizations. You can look it up on his website media page at http://www.leonkoziol.com. So he certainly has the expertise to do it right and in a way that meets your needs because he is a parent, legal expert and victim of the same system. He knows how it really operates. That is why he founded the Parenting Rights Institute.

For the past 30 years, Dr. Koziol and his staff have brought major lawsuits against government, corruption cases against judges,  malpractice actions against lawyers and precedent seeking cases docketed by the United States Supreme Court in response to an anti-filing order. In May, 2016 he obtained a state Supreme Court order resulting in the removal of a family court gag order. Despite all First Amendment suppression, he perseveres in the citizen challenges for preserving our constitutional rights.

No one else has proven to be so talented and tenacious. If there is a will, there is a way, and together we strive for success. He has sponsored parenting conventions upon reviewing countless cases of government corruption. In 2005, Dr. Koziol secured final judgment in New York Supreme Court invalidating a billion dollar gaming compact of the Oneida Turning Stone Casino, largest in the state. There were also large recoveries for other victims. A sampling of achievements can be found on our Background Page.

More recently Dr. Koziol’s skills have been applied exclusively to assist moms and dads victimized in divorce and family courts. He has traveled as far away as Hawaii, San Francisco, Nashville, Washington, Philadelphia, even Paris, France performing investigations. His work was then incorporated into formal reports and video documentaries for submission to media, public agencies and government watchdog groups. We file FOIL requests and court inquiries to disclose what is really going on with your case. Leon has also published three books.

We begin our assignments with an inquiry at no charge from a victimized parent, grandparent or family member. An estimate for services and expenses is provided. Next we receive electronic and paper records to be reviewed. As a defamation expert, Leon will not expose himself to libelous reports, yet another benefit for you. We follow with a trip to your community to get a critical assessment of the environment. That trip is concluded with a video interview and options for a more comprehensive documentary if warranted.

You are in command of the options insofar as a given case may prove to have an extraordinary dimension to it. The extent of the assignment can vary as circumstances dictate. This can be a villain’s worse nightmare and your finest hour, maybe even an autobiography for future generations, simply priceless. Below is a raw sample of a book documentary sent to CBS 60 Minutes. One of Leon’s submissions was recently sent to its production department for a possible show. He was interviewed in his law office at one time by 60 Minutes host Morley Safer in a Sunday feature regarding homeowner rights.

So call our office at (315) 380-3420 for an interview and quote or Leon directly at (315) 796-4000. It could be the call of a lifetime.

Sean Hannity, Dr. Leon Koziol and Dr. Eric Braverman in Manhattan