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Single Parent Holiday Party on December 25 in Casselberry Florida.

Single Parent Holiday Party on December 25 in Casselberry Florida.

Parental Alienation Awareness Organization USA- Florida Chapter

For Immediate Release: Contact Mark, 561-244-0010PRESS RELEASEDecember 15, 2014…CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY PARTY FOR SINGLE, SEPARATED, DIVORCED AND NEVER MARRIED PARENT WILL BE HELD ON CHRISTMAS DAY, DECEMBER 25, 1-5PM AT KIDS NEED BOTH OFFICES IN CASSELBERRY, 5050 S US H…

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Florida Circuit Judge publishes first book of three, “Baby Mama Syndrome” Judge…

Florida Circuit Judge publishes first book of three, “Baby Mama Syndrome”

Judge Robert Doyel, a former law school professor who retired in 2010 after nearly 16 years as a Tenth Judicial Circuit Court Judge, has published the first of three books about what he learned as a family, domestic violence, and dependency court judge, and as a judicial educator. The books’ focus is on problems associated with children born out of wedlock. Many of the cases may be shocking, even to experienced lawyers. A judge’s frank perspective on these issues may prove helpful to anyone who deals with court cases involving domestic or repeat violence injunctions or child custody. The cases, drawn almost entirely from the tenth circuit, especially Polk County, are presented in the often graphic language of the litigants.

The first book is titled The Baby Mama Syndrome: Unwed Parents, Intimate Partners, Romantic Rivals, and the Rest of Us, and an image of the book cover is included with this notice. The second book will deal with violence, both domestic and romantic rivalry. The third book will address problems related to the children of unwed parents, including parents’ attempts to manipulate the court system for advantage in custody disputes, exposure of kids to violence, and abuse and neglect.

The first book is available on Amazon as a paperback or ebook for Kindle.

Judge Doyel has scheduled the following book signing events:

Tuesday, December 16, 5-7 pm, at The Fire Restaurant on Central in downtown Winter Haven

Thursday, December 18, 4-7 pm, at Ruby Tuesday in Bartow

Monday, December 22, 1-3 pm, at Richard’s Fine Coffees at the library in Winter Haven.

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A significant leader in the joint custody movement remembered by Mark Roseman, P…

A significant leader in the joint custody movement remembered by Mark Roseman, PhD
Dear friends,

David Levy, Esq., founder of the joint custody movement in the US and co founder of the children’s Rights Council in DC is in hospice. I spoke with his wife, Ellen today and she said that it is day by day.

David has been a consummate leader of the joint custody movement in this country. He was honored by Child Health

Magazine published by Rodale Press as one of the top 25 people to help child outcomes in the last 50 years.

I know this to be true, because I had worked with Dave since 1997 when I heard him speak at my first parenting conference.

Dave has been a rock, a teacher, a mentor in the field of family law and child custody. He has been well like by many, respected by all. Dave served on my doctoral committee and provided invaluable insights for my research. Together with Dave, we constructed national conferences from 2000 through 2006, bringing together professionals from psychology, sociology, family law, government, academia, social research, education, CASA and more. I had researched that all professionals need to be on the same page.

I also had the privilege of working with Dave at the offices of the Children’s Rights Council (CRC) which he co-founded with a Group of then alienated fathers in Virginia in 1985.

Dave is a blessed man, for he had been empowered to speak to members of congress and Presidents of the United States.

Dave is solely responsible for the implementation of the Federal Child Access block grant through HHS which now provides $10 Million to states nationally, though he has felt this a spit in the bucket still.

I leave for DC to visit with him and his family now, as they have been my family since 1997. I have lived with them, worked with them, and learned from this activist and wonderful family.

If you know of anyone or have yourself experienced the challenges of family court, appreciate joint custody, then you owe a debt to David L. Levy, Esq. He truly is the father of joint custody in the US.

If you would like to show appreciation for his commitment to healing children and parents, please, take a moment and let him know.

You may email david at davidlevy2@gmail.com. His wife, Ellen, reads his emails…and though he is now day by day, his thoughts are with You…those who work to empower families when others do their utmost to limit parental involvement when parents separate.

Thank you so much.

As you can tell from the time and from this email, I love David. I admire, revere him, and have learned so much about my self and being a better person, as I am able, from him…a generous, gregarious, mindful man…and brave.

Thank you!

Mark

Mark D. Roseman, Ph.D., CFLE, Family Mediator
Executive Director
The Toby Center for Family Transitions, Inc.
National Administrative Office
P.O. Box 8494
Delray Beach, FL 33482
561.244.0010 (phone) 561.300.8587 (fax)

Central Florida Regional Office
Also Serving Orlando * Casselberry * Lakeland * Tampa
1020 W. Pipkin Road
Lakeland, FL
Tel. (888) 310-6630
www.thetobycenter.org

Providing * Family Mediation * Supervised Visitation * Co-Parenting Classes * Anger Management * Divorce and Coaching Support *

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