Goals of the Fathers’ Rights Movement – The fathers’ rights movement arose in response to the perception that fathers were not being given equal treatment in child custody litigation. Fathers’ advocacy groups typically to focus upon some or all of the following beliefs:
- How Much is Too Much Child Support?(aflasite.wordpress.com)
- Who Stands Up For Fathers’ Rights(aflasite.wordpress.com)
- The KOZIOL REPORT for 1/11/16(leonkozioljd.wordpress.com)
- The Art Of Caring(americanfathers.wordpress.com)
- Should a Father be allowed in the delivery room for the birth of his child?(civilrightsinfamilylaw.wordpress.com)
- Fatherless Father’s Day ~ A fight for equal parental rights(childrensrightsflorida.wordpress.com)
- The Fight for Change from Around The World ~ Oct 17th 2016(childrensrightsflorida.wordpress.com)
- An Example of an Anti-Father’s Rights, Liberal Moron!(aflasite.wordpress.com)
- Decide. Commit. Protest! – June 17th ~ The Florida Fathers’ Rights Movement(childrensrightsflorida.wordpress.com)
- Florida Senate passes SB 250 Shared Parenting Bill!(standupforzoraya.wordpress.com)
Well there’s Judicial Watch, Human Rights Watch, ACLU, NAACP, NOW and so many other watchdog groups which keep our government in check. But what about our parents? What group or professional truly advocates for them? Welcome to the Parenting Rights Institute, founded by Dr. Leon Koziol in 2010 to do exactly that, provide accountability and recourse for victims of our nation’s divorce and family courts.
At the Parenting Rights Institute there are no divided loyalties. We are beholden to no bar association or government agency for funding. We rely on your donations and patronage of the many professional services we provide. From investigation documentaries to book publishing services and reports to authorities, we promote accountability for moms, dads and families exploited by a court system that is harming parent-child relations worse than ever before.
Make no mistake. We are confronting an epidemic which is harming our families, health, moral fiber…
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