Parenting Rights Convention Weekend Agenda

Hotel Utica, Utica, New York
April 15-17, 2011

Friday,  April 15, 2011,  7 pm

Meet and Greet with three time Super Bowl winner Tim McKyer and parenting rights attendees at the Hotel lobby and Lamplighter Room. Media interviews will be followed by social gathering and autographs.

Saturday,  April 16, 2011,  7 am

Morning brunch to discuss topics of general interest, Group introductions and current events. Tentatively scheduled for 1912 Room at Hotel Utica, subject to alternate location and time.

Saturday,  April 16, 2011,  2 pm

Main Event:  Public Forum at Hotel Utica, Saranac Room. Featured speakers will be followed by open public microphone to receive statements and testimony from attendees. Subjects will be incorporated into a formal report for submission to the U.S. Justice Department, President, federal and state officials and select members of Congress. Speakers include the following:

Chris DiMaggio, television host: Families in Transition, Long Island, New York

Purple Heart Soldier Presentation

L. Wilson, Executive Director, We the People Family Preservation, Coshocton, Ohio

Debra Young, Justice for Families and Children, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Gregg Fischer, Parenting Legislative Advocate, New York City

Tim McKyer, Fathers’ Rights Advocate and former three time NFL Super Bowl winner

Leon Koziol, J.D., founder of Parenting Rights Institute, civil rights advocate

Saturday, April 16, 2011, 7 pm

Group sessions to discuss cooperative efforts and public input

Sunday,  April 17, 2011, 1 pm

Strategy session for reform and rally in Washington D. C.

Profound Reform Expected From This Weekend’s Convention

As devoted parents and concerned citizens, we’ve complained for too long. Government continues to ignore us. They’re making too much money on our children. Action is therefore the only answer. The time has come to get the state out of the “child business” as one Family Court put it. We must demand reform and that time is now.

Momentum continues to build for the first ever National Parenting Convention at the Hotel Utica this weekend in upstate New York. Media coverage and exclusive interviews with celebrity speaker Tim McKyer are introducing the event to the public. Nationwide coverage will depend on the creative energies of each and every follower and advocate we’ve managed to reach since this Convention was first announced in November, 2010.

There is no room for excuses, no more apathy or laziness. These children are our children and our priority. However, to reiterate our rights to rear our own children, to participate meaningfully in their lives, and to remove oppressive barriers upon our liberties, we “must be seen before we can be heard” under an American form of government. The Supreme Court has described our parenting rights as the “oldest liberty interest protected under the Constitution”. Unless we act, we will lose that right. At least one Justice is already seeing to this.

At the Convention, you will be heard, you will learn how to protect yourself, and most of all, your children will be made proud. They will one day know when mom and dad finally declared “enough is enough”. In 1848, a group of 100 men and women came together at the first National Women’s Rights Convention at nearby Seneca Falls, New York. They came by trains and horses with no political support or money. Little did they know, this small group of visionaries would change the world. We look forward to meeting all of you. Details at www.leonkoziol.com.

Koziol Appears on Families In Transition Television Program

Leon Koziol, J.D., discussing “Constitution and Family Law Reform” on Families In Transition television show:

Three Time Super Bowl Winner to Speak at Parenting Rights Conference

It’s Official!!!

Three time Super Bowl winner Tim McKyer will be speaking at the Parenting Rights Convention to be held at the Hotel Utica in upstate New York on April 15 – 17, 2011.

Tim is a former professional American football player who was selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the third round of the 1986 NFL Draft. A 6’0″, 174-lb. cornerback from the University of Texas at Arlington, McKyer played in 12 NFL seasons for 7 different teams from 1986 to 1997. McKyer prepped at Lincoln High School in Port Arthur, Texas.

His best year as a pro came during his rookie season with San Francisco, intercepting 6 passes for 33 yards and 1 touchdown. He was an All Pro Corner for 2 NFL seasons and was named to the “All Madden Team”. During the Carolina Panthers inaugural season, he intercepted a pass and scored on a ninety-six yard interception run for a touchdown to defeat the Super Bowl Champ San Francisco 49ers. A three-time Super Bowl winner with the 49ers in 1988 and 1989 and the Denver Broncos in 1997, McKyer became a journeyman throughout the 1990’s, bouncing from team to team until he ended his NFL career after the 1997 season. Though he is most likely remembered for giving up the game winning touchdown to Tony Martin in the 1994 AFC Championship Game while with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The touchdown allowed the heavy underdog San Diego Chargers reach Super Bowl XXIX in one of the biggest upsets in AFC Championship history.

Tim Mckyer is an advocate for Fathers rights. He actively speaks at engagements around the country and has been instrumental in lobbying state law makers for more Pro Father legislation.

Parenting Rights Convention Set for April 15-17, 2011 in Utica, NY

EVENT TO FEATURE THREE TIME NFL SUPER BOWL WINNER,  CONSTITUTIONAL  RIGHTS  ATTORNEY,  PURPLE  HEART  SOLDIER  AND REFORM  LEADERS.

All parenting groups and child advocates are invited to attend the first ever Parenting Rights Convention to be held at the Hotel Utica in upstate New York on April 15 – 17, 2011. Friday evening will feature a social “meet and greet” at 7 pm followed by a morning brunch and open hearing beginning at 2 pm on Saturday. At 7 pm the same day, a planning session will occur among group leaders and activists behind a rally at the nation’s capitol later this year. A strategy meeting will conclude the weekend on Sunday at 1 pm.

The Saturday hearing is the highlight of this convention. Guest speakers will be followed by an open microphone period to receive testimony from attendees, victims and group leaders. Civil Rights Attorney/Advocate Leon Koziol, J.D. is expected to consolidate presentations into a formal report to be submitted to the President, U.S. Justice Department, Secretary of Health and Human Services and select members of Congress. Copies will also be made available to attendees for distribution to state governments across the country.

The goal of this convention is to secure the fundamental right of parents to raise their own children free from undue state interference and to promote fair and meaningful parent-child relationships in separated household settings. The agenda will focus upon a full range of constitutional rights being lost to oppressive child control laws, draconian money collection practices, gender discrimination and the criminalization of mainstream “non-custodial” parents.

This Convention was first announced in November, 2010 and is being sponsored by the Parenting Rights Institute. Planning sessions were held at the Plaza Hotel in New York City on December 26-27, 2010 followed by weekly nationwide teleconferences in January, February and March, 2011. Once again, it is important to emphasize that this Convention is designed to make a profound statement and promote a united stand against divorce and family court abuses in our states. All constructive ideas and assistance are welcome. This is your opportunity to finally be heard and become a part of nationwide reform.

The site was selected based on driving proximity to metropolitan areas in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New England and metropolitan New York. Rail service is walking distance from the Hotel and discount lodging rates of $99 are being offered for this event. One hour service from Syracuse Hancock Airport is also available. Contact Hotel Utica at (315) 724-7829 to confirm reservations. Register your attendance or presentation through this site or dial the Institute direct at (315) 507-3103. Additional information and prior hotel events are shown at www.leonkoziol.com.

State budgets are broke, parents are being fleeced, what’s next?

Self-help information product for child custody & support cases being developed

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TO:                   All Media and Interested Parties

FROM:           Leon R. Koziol

RE:                  Self-help information product for child custody and support cases being developed

CONTACT:   Leon R. Koziol   (315) 796-4000

——— FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE———

February 1, 2011, Old Forge, NY – Civil rights advocate Leon Koziol, J.D., announced today that he is developing a critical and timely information product for self represented parties in child custody and support cases.

Koziol, who has gained widespread recognition for his parenting rights efforts in federal and state courts, emphasized that this self-help package will save mainstream parents thousands of dollars in litigation costs while at the same time giving them a proper working knowledge of the court system. The package will even benefit those having legal representation by enabling them to better evaluate their lawyers and options.

“This one of a kind product has emerged from twenty five years of experience in divorce, custody and Constitutional law”, said Koziol. “For about the cost of a single hour in lawyer consultation fees, subscribers can gain thousands of dollars in benefits.” Skiing in the Adirondack Mountains recently, Mr. Koziol was approached for a quick comment (see video).

A tentative release date is scheduled for early spring 2011. Those looking to be notified of a pre-launch discounted price special are encouraged to send an email to admin@leonkoziol.com with the words “notify me about pre-launch special” in the subject line before February 15, 2011. Please be sure to include your name, address and telephone number.

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