News For The Family Court System


News For The Family Court System

via The Family Court System.

 

Now, more than ever, parents are getting wise and no longer fighting each other through the purchase of a court management program designed to educate divorce and Family Court candidates before they are turned into victims. It was developed by Dr. Leon R. Koziol, parental advocate and founder of the Parenting Rights Institute (PRI). Consisting of a seminar DVD and multi-part reading program, it walks you through the court process and promotes alternatives to litigation.

Going to court is serious business. In divorce and Family Court, your children and livelihood are at risk. Yet many parents proceed recklessly with little understanding of the system until the money runs out for their lawyers. Make life easier with the purchase of this program. Based on decades of court experience, it may save you thousands of dollars in legal expense. The DVD lecture should be viewed before the multi-part reading.

Part One: The Lawyer.  We begin with hypothetical consultations featuring abuses which may occur on both sides of a court process. You are shown crucial subjects to look out for when involving a lawyer in divorce, custody and support matters.

Part Two: Self Representation. Here we give you confidence to represent yourself.  If you cannot afford litigation or a lawyer proves ineffective, you are not alone. This handbook walks you through a court process with forms offered in Part Five.

Part Three: The Judge. Because this is the person who may decide how your children are raised, you need to understand the realities of your court system. This booklet conveys valuable insights on the decision process common to most states.

Part Four: Transcript. We continue to build your confidence with portions of a real trial transcript. You are introduced to an unprepared judge and two parents who were needlessly forced to litigate. It can avert lifetime harm to extended families.

Part Five: Court Filings. This folder supplies partially completed forms which serve as flexible templates for filing petitions and motions in a domestic relations court. Our forms are more detailed than others offered in most court clerk offices.

Part Six: The Appeal. Many victims are forced into appellate courts after losing their children, parental rights or support. This reading provides useful experience.   Continue reading  

Appeals Court Grants Relief Against Family Court Judge in Leon Koziol Case

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On December 13, 2013, a state appeals court judge in Rochester, New York issued a stay upon an order of Lewis County Family Court Judge Daniel King. For those of you following the ordeal of Leon Koziol, a parental rights advocate, this is the judge who excused a Syracuse support magistrate despite his fabrication of a PhD in a decision increasing Koziol’s so-called “child support” obligations. Continue reading 

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News For The Family Court System.

UK – There are three different types of Crown Court centre, based on the type of work they deal with. These are:

  • First-tier centres – visited by High Court Judges for Crown Court criminal and High Court Civil work
  • Second-tier centres – visited by High Court Judges for Crown Court criminal work only
  • Third-tier centres – not normally visited by High Court Judges and handle Crown Court criminal work only.

County Court

County Courts deal with civil (non-criminal) matters. Civil court cases arise where an individual or a business believes their rights have been infringed.

Court System For Family Cases

The previous three-tier court system for family cases has been replaced with one new Family Court, in an effort to make the court process much simpler for families and speed up the time it takes to hear cases.

The changes also include a new time limit for cases involving children being taken into care, as well as compulsory mediation for couples who are divorcing or separating, to consider financial and children issues prior to proceedings starting. Continue reading 

Family Law Courts

Family matters are dealt with in the Family Division of the High Court, by district judges in County Courts and in Family Proceedings Courts.

Is Family Court Broken?

By Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq.
© 2010 High Conflict Institute


In a TV show, Dr. Phil said the family court system is broken. He was referring to several cases in which a parent sought a protective order against the other parent, alleging abusive or potentially dangerous behavior by that parent. These requests were denied by the court and the children ended up being injured or killed – as the requesting parent predicted. 

Sovereign FILING SOLUTIONS.

Paula Adams

Failure of Family Court System (Censorship)

 

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His Honour JUDGE RUMBELOW QC

IN THE NORTHAMPTON COUNTY COURT  His Honour Arthur Anthony JUDGE RUMBELOW QC  A Circuit Court Judge Assigned to the Northern Circuit.

CASE NUMBER NN13P00882

TOWARDCHANGE ACTIVIST4 CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

IN THE MATTER OF MINOR G (a Child) in the Royal Court of Justice

Thank you!

Family Law, Global News

I believe that keeping silent when an injustice is taking place is condoning it.

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Your ‘Family Rights’ believing in the best interest of children. The issues which are important to me are, children and their families, the injustices to parents, which may occur, because of inadequate information, mistakes or corruption. This is happening every day. every minute and every second. For years I have campaigned for the rights of children and their voices to be heard.
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