Are you a family court victim in need of an uplift? Listen to three lively conference calls of the Parenting Rights Institute featuring experts here.

By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

Our court experts, victims and participation continue to grow with lively exchanges during our free nationwide conference calls focused on domestic court issues. They occur every Monday and Thursday at 7pm ET. You can join by calling (605) 313-4427; access # 583326. Click on to any of the links beneath the headings below to listen to our last three programs.

This Monday, June 1, 2020, at 7pm ET, we feature Dr. Anthony Pappas, a finance professor at St. John’s University. He is a 15-year divorce victim who has spent over $2 million in lawyer fees and court costs. His ordeal and interview entitled “The Endless Divorce of Professor Anthony Pappas.” Check that out by clicking here.

An advocate for court reform, Dr. Pappas was an expert speaker at our 2019 Parent March on Washington. This highly praised event included an expert panel at the Congressional Ballroom of the Holiday Inn Capitol. In 2018, Dr. Pappas was the Republican candidate for Congress against Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC). He has a PhD from Yale University and a degree from MIT.

After an opening waiting period of casual discussion, this guest will be introduced like the others were with a 20-30 minute presentation before we open the session to questions and sharing of valuable information. It’s open to all, a public service of the Parenting Rights Institute. As for our last three vibrant calls, they are repeated below. Keep in mind there is casual discussion for 10-20 minutes at the outset until callers check in which can be by-passed through forwarding:

PHILADELPHIA ATTORNEY LAWRENCE DEMARCO

https://fccdl.in/7t6CPHDF9y

The first show on May 21, 2020 (conference call link above) featured Philadelphia Attorney Larry DeMarco of DeMarco & DeMarco P.C. A large number of listeners opened up after his presentation with more than 90 minutes of lively exchange. You can learn so much from this session and obtain encouragements along the way.

GABRIELLA BOYD FOUNDATION

https://fccdl.in/RsAfo7zSv9

The second show featured the Gabriella Boyd Foundation on May 25, 2020 (next link above). Steven Boyd gave a heart-wrenching story of his 2-year old daughter, Gabriella, murdered by her mother to prevent a custody change. Our Candlelight Vigil on the front lawn of the U.S. Capitol (last event of our 3-day Parent March last year) was dedicated to Gabriella, veterans and family court victims everywhere. The mother was ultimately convicted of murdering her child and attempted murder of a police officer during the arrest. You won’t want to miss this victim story.

DR. MARTHA LINK, M.D.

https://fccdl.in/Ju1zJVL1ka

The third show on May 28, 2020 featured Dr. Martha Link M.D., a psychiatrist and forensic expert witness at court proceedings in New York City. She opens with her experiences as both an expert in PTSD and other victim conditions but also her own ordeal in probate court regarding the care and attorney exploitation of her elderly mother. Her 20 minute opening follows with an increasingly lively exchange among family court victims and advocates of court reform. This show has received great reviews in addition to the other two.

A common theme among participants and presenters is the abuse of litigants by courts and lawyers. The PRI Self-Representation Program is recommended in the recent video made available below. You can also obtain this program, our recently published book, Satan’s Docket, and other valuable items by calling the Parenting Rights Institute office at (315) 380-3420 or logging on to http://www.leonkoziol.com. My program is explained below:

3 thoughts on “Are you a family court victim in need of an uplift? Listen to three lively conference calls of the Parenting Rights Institute featuring experts here.

  1. A sad day, another death by a broken heart and Parental alienation Gary Woodruff 63 years of age died of a heart attack from the stress of The Corrupt Family Courts, Relentless child support collections and foreclosure I have know Gary for over 15 years and have been to many Family hearings with him in an effort to see his son. This photo was taken on Fathers Day a few years back with our letters to the Manatee County Judges that we are Parents, more than a paycheck as the courts see us. Today they got their last paycheck. Gary had pending cases in the 12th Circuit, Lakeland appeals, and Federal Courts and worked tirelessly for parents rights Gary and I cofound WDM Why Dads Matter was he was the camera man on these photos

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  2. Glen Gibellina

    A sad day, another death by a broken heart and Parental alienation
    Gary Woodruff 63 years of age died of a heart attack from the stress of The Corrupt Family Courts, Relentless child support collections and foreclosure
    I have know Gary for over 15 years and have been to many Family hearings with him in an effort to see his son.
    This photo was taken on Fathers Day a few years back with our letters to the Manatee County Judges that we are Parents, more than a paycheck as the courts see us. Today they got their last paycheck.
    Gary had pending cases in the 12th Circuit, Lakeland appeals, and Federal Courts and worked tirelessly for parents rights
    Gary and I cofound WDM Why Dads Matter was he was the camera man on these photos

  3. Pingback: Where we protested peacefully, they are now burning and looting in Washington: Join our PRI discussion tonight, 6/1 at 7pm ET. Call (605) 313-4427; access # 583326 with expert guest Dr. Anthony Pappas – Welcome to Leon Koziol.Com

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