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Thursday, December 22, 2011

Who Is Rinaldo Del Gallo, III, Esq. – From The Website Of Berkshire Fatherhood Coalition

About Rinaldo Del Gallo (From The Webite Of The Berkshire Fatherhood Coalition)

Rinaldo Del Gallo, III, Esq. is the spokesperson of the Berkshire Fatherhood Coalition. He has been practicing family law attorney and has been a member of the Massachusetts bar since 1996. Mr. Del Gallo has handled a wide variety of family law cases including issues of child custody, child visitation, child support, restraining orders, grandparent visitation, contempt of family court, access to academic records, guardianship, allegations of abuse, criminal allegations related to domestic violence, disputes over the care of a child, and care and protection proceedings before the Department of Social Services.  For years, he has hosted bi-monthly free legal seminars for people of any gender having problems in family court.  On behalf of non-custodial parents, he has had made numerous media appearances in printed news, radio, and television. He has authored numerous family law related articles and columns.  He has performed extensive pro bono work for fathers.

Attorney Del Gallo also has extensive experience as a civil rights attorney, working in the areas of free speech rights and ballot access.  He was instrumental in protecting the City of Pittsfield from a zoning ordinance that would have allowed time-shares in any residential neighborhood, with a 15-page legal opinion that rebutted the assertion that time-shares was an impermissible regulation of ownership, not use, and thus was proscribed by law. This work was performed bro bono.

He is also an intellectual property attorney and a patent lawyer, and has written what is regarded as one of the most famous law reviews in the area of patent law, “Are Methods of Doing Business Finally Out of Business As A Statutory Exception?,”  that helped end the so-called “business method exception,” which paved the way for an entire field of software and Internet related patents.

Attorney Del Gallo graduated from Northeastern University (Boston) with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, and graduated from George Washington University (Washington) in the top of his three-year class. 

Massachusetts Attorney Speak Of Issues With Family Courts – Rinaldo Del Gallo III Writes “An Open Letter To The Family Courts” – From The Website Of IntellectualConservitive.com

An Open Letter to the Family Courts
By Rinaldo Del Gallo III, on February 19th, 2007

A mother lives openly with her boyfriend while still married to her husband. Guess who gets awarded custody of their children?

I will never forget one particular case that opened my eyes to the reality of the family court. It happened when I first started practicing family law in Massachusetts. A mother wanted to divorce the father, who was a practicing Catholic. While still married to the father, the mother openly lived with a boyfriend with the children present, including an impressionable teenage girl. In pursuit of the free exercise of his religion, and making full use of his right to free expression, the father told his daughter that what his mother was doing was wrong and that adultery was a sin under the Catholic faith. During the course of litigation, the judge became especially angry when it was argued on the father's behalf that the environment created by the adulterous mother was not a good environment for children. New in the field, I was shocked that the father was lambasted for telling the child that adultery was bad, and that although the child should love and respect her mother, the daughter should understand that adultery was bad and a sin. To my shock and amazement the argument put forth was that father was "alienating" his daughter from the mother by making the daughter think less of the mother.

Friday, December 16, 2011

Dr. Richard A. Warshak Talks About Successfully Restored Relationships Between Parents And Alienated Children – When It Comes To Understanding Parental Alienation He Appears To Be Light Years Ahead Of The Family Court System - Parents And Children That Are Victims Of Parental Alienation Need To Go To Dr. Warshak’s Website And Learn From His Knowledge

Remedies for Alienated Children (From The Website Of Dr. Richard A. Warshak)

Divorce Poison™ Antidote of the Month

Welcome Back, Pluto: Understanding, Preventing, and Overcoming Parental Alienation

In terms of scope and potential to prevent and alleviate irrational alienation, this new DVD is more than an Antidote of the Month. Apart from the revised edition of Divorce Poison, Welcome Back, Pluto has been my major assignment for the past two years. It is the most powerful resource I can recommend for children who reject a parent or are being influenced to do so. Read more.

Successfully Restored Relationships

Hope for Future Reconciliation

Despite their overt attitudes, many children who reject a parent secretly long for an excuse to reestablish contact. In addition to maturity, physically leaving the orbit of the favored parent, and becoming more psychologically independent, two situations that can form unexpected bridges to a reconciliation are:
    1. growing conflict with the favored parent, and
    2. financial dependence on the rejected parent.
In some families, for instance, children run into economic difficulty, such as needing funds for college, and this becomes the rationale for contacting the rejected parent.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Second Wife to Judge: ‘Your Courts Are Destroying My Family’ (From The Fathers And Families Website)

Second Wife to Judge: ‘Your Courts Are Destroying My Family’

December 8th, 2011 by Robert Franklin, Esq.

This short entry caught my eye (NH Insider, 12/6/11).  Why wouldn’t it?  It’s by a woman named Samantha Haas who asks a simple question, “why wouldn’t shared parenting be supported?”  It turns out she’s the daughter of a divorced couple who did share parenting and she’s got some important ideas about the value it.

Here’s her piece in full.
Children deserve the very best from BOTH parents.  Parents have the Right to raise their children and make sure they are safe, educated, healthy and responsible.
If a parent of right mind understands the importance of both parents being equally involved with their children; then why wouldn’t that parent support it? 
False allegations and domestic violence are far too common.  And it happens by women and men, and now more than ever, the Family Courts turn the other cheek.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Alienation Of Your Children Is A Tough Thing To Deal With During The Holiday Season - This Holiday Season Give Thanks To God For What You Have. Don’t Dwell On What You Have Lost – We Owe It To Our Children To Forgive And Be Strong

As I sat at the Thanksgiving table this year listening to the blessing, I found myself saying a silent prayer for my children. 

I didn’t dwell on the fact that my children’s minds were taken from me by a mother that knows no boundaries.  I didn’t find myself dwelling on everything that I lost.  I didn’t find myself thinking of how unfair life is.  Instead I found myself giving thanks to God for everything that I have. 

Many of us are fighting to change the family court system and are trying to make things fairer so that both parents can have equal parenting time.   The unfortunate thing is that this may take many years.  Many of our children may no longer be children when this happens.  We will have missed out on the Thanksgivings and Christmases of their youth.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Blog Reaches 25,000 Page Views Today

Today the blog has recorded over 25,000 page views in a little over a year.  Wow!  It's like a train picking up momentum.  Once the train picks up speed don’t get in the way.  Get on board or be run over.  Be ethical when you are a public servant or be exposed by this blog. 

There is so much corruption out there that needs to be exposed and we doing it. 

We are reaching out to and informing lots of readers about issues involving Judicial Child Abuse and Neglect.  We are exposing unethical abusers of the court system and proud of our work.

Help to keep up the momentum.  Keep your tips coming in on unethical attorneys, GAL’s, Judges, Marital Masters or anyone else that is participating in Judicial Child Abuse or Judicial Child Neglect. 

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

A Letter From Samantha Haas On Shared Parenting

Shared Parenting in New Hampshire. Why wouldn't it be Supported?

Children deserve the very best from BOTH parents.  Parents have the Right to raise their children and make sure they are safe, educated, healthy and responsible.

If a parent of right mind understands the importance of both parents being equally involved with their children; then why wouldn't that parent support it?

False allegations and domestic violence are far too common.  And it happens by women and men, and now more than ever, the Family Courts turn the other cheek.

In my experience as a daughter of parents who divorced and SHARED PARENTING; it is truly the most important decision you can make for your children.

Monday, December 5, 2011

Victory—In Face of Opposition, Leahy Scraps VAWA Draft Provision Which Lowers Evidence Standards - From The "Fathers And Families" Website

Victory—In Face of Opposition, Leahy Scraps VAWA Draft Provision Which Lowers Evidence Standards

November 16th, 2011 by Glenn Sacks, MA, Executive Director

False allegations of abuse are common in family court, and have been used to separate many fathers (and some mothers) from their children. The reasons for this problem are many, but one of the biggest is the low evidence standard for upholding abuse claims.

The common evidence standard for domestic violence restraining orders is “preponderance of the evidence,” often conceptualized as a mere 51/49% likelihood of guilt. By contrast, when someone seeks a civil restraining order, the more stringent and appropriate “clear and convincing” evidence standard is used.

In practice, this means that when neighbors Bob and Jim have a dispute over Bob’s dog eating Jim’s flowers, and Jim allegedly threatens to throw rocks at Bob’s dog, the courts demand that Bob provide solid evidence to support his claims of Jim’s threats. By stark contrast, if Bob’s wife decides to divorce him and seeks to throw him out of his house on a restraining order and cut him off from his kids, she has a much lower burden of proof on her claims.

Friday, December 2, 2011

OK Legislator Blasts Family Law System; F & F’s Gregory Tells Committee ‘We Need Shared Parenting’ - From The "Fathers And Families" Website

OK Legislator Blasts Family Law System; F & F’s Gregory Tells Committee ‘We Need Shared Parenting’

November 8th, 2011 by Glenn Sacks, MA, Executive Director

An adult child of divorce, Rep. Jason Nelson criticized the courts for marginalizing his father.

Fathers and Families member Chris Gregory, a Marine combat veteran of Desert Storm and Somalia, recently told an Oklahoma House of Representatives committee that the family law system is rife with injustices and often separates children from the fathers they love and need.

Led by Representative Mark McCullough and Representative Jason Nelson, the Oklahoma House of Representatives conducted an interim study on family law and no fault divorce earlier this month. According to the legislators’ press release here, “Oklahoma’s family law is dangerously failing the children it is supposed to protect, leading some lawmakers to consider reform of both divorce statutes and the foster-care system.”