NFLPC Educational Workshop in Iowa

We have a groundbreaking workshop this month, on April 26, 2019, that will be taught in Iowa at the East Side Library in Des Moines hosted by FUAN. All attendees will receive two workbooks, a copy of Dr. Roseman’s new “Preserving Family Ties” workbook companion and NFLPC’s Iowa workbook. Click here to reserve your spot and workbooks.

Who Will Be Teaching This Workshop?

Mark David Roseman
Mark David Roseman, Ph.D., CFLE is a child custody consultant, Certified Family Life Educator, mediator and expert speaker on contemporary family issues, particularly high conflict divorce, and co-parenting. Most notably, Dr. Roseman served as Assistant Director for Child Access Services (1999-2006) for the Children’s Rights Council in Washington, DC. where he closely assisted joint custody pioneer, David L. Levy, whose public advocacy and legislative testimony for joint custody led to shared parenting statutes in over 30 states.

Dr. Mark Roseman will be debuting and teaching from his new workbook created as a companion to his “Preserving Family Ties: An Authoritative Guide to Understanding Divorce and Child Custody for Parents and Family Professionals” book published last year and available in Barnes & Noble and on Amazon.


Dr. Roseman is a divorced dad of three and founder and CEO of the Toby Center for Family Transitions, a comprehensive family service agency based in Florida and centered around the needs of families when parents choose to separate. The Toby Center genesis began during Roseman’s doctoral research and was confirmed by his work with single, separated, divorced and never married parents. He found child outcomes are maximized when multiple social, therapeutic and court services can be provided through a wraparound service delivery mode. A Certified Family Life Educator, and Family Court Mediator, Dr. Roseman has worked with children and parents since 1998 when he became an advocate for joint custody. He worked closely with David L. Levy, Esq., co­founder and then President of the Children’s Rights Council (CRC) in Washington, DC. From 2002 to 2008, Roseman served as Assistant Director for Child Access Services for the CRC, developing curriculum and training for the CRC national supervised visitation program. Dr. Roseman frequently quotes America’s foremost pioneer in child psychiatry, Dr. Karl Menninger who stated that “What children see at home, they will do in society.” With that philosophy in mind, he created The Toby Center with a focus that assisting parents to be more confident and satisfied, they will then see that their children will have a better opportunity to thrive. Dr. Roseman is a motivational speaker, and specialist on high conflict divorce, parental alienation, and co-parenting. He is a contributor to the Huffington Post Online, and is a former columnist for Knight Ridder Tribune (2002-2005) where his column, Family Matters was published in 400 newspapers. He believes that we have opportunity to break through trauma when we can find validation, and humor. He earned his Ph.D. in Family Studies from the Union Institute & University.

Sherry Palmer

As an entrepreneur and mother of 5 Sherry graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas in proposal writing, policy analysis, and nonprofit management from the College of Community Service at the University of North Texas before co-founding Fix Family Courts with her husband and partner, Ron B Palmer.


  • BA from University of North Texas
  • Author: NOT In the Child’s Best Interest, Protecting Parent-Child Bonds, and Oath Breakers: Lies Family Courts Tell
  • Owner of Fix Family Courts
  • Founder: Constitutional Scholars Inc.
  • Founder: The National Family Law Policy Center

Sherry has twice in her life had to overcome an oppressive court system process that threatened more harm to her life than good. First as a young child growing up in the streets of California she had to learn how to fight back which required that she learn how to persuade a judge and state bureaucrats simply to remain in her normal public school classes where she was excelling in spite of her living conditions.

Second as a mother facing divorce and an ex using the court system seeking to take her children from her when she had not broken any laws. While her two oldest children aged out and were taken from her through parental alienation, she was able to stop the disruption and interference of her parent-child relationship with her younger two, and end the high-conflict adversarial litigation.

Sherry has been politically active from an early age where she helped organize successful campaigns to protect the environment and the community, as well as has helped identify solutions to prevent or end injustice (both national and local), she has organized for political campaigns, and ran for local office herself. Sherry helps others fight injustices in more effective and professional ways.

Sherry sees her current role as generating greater awareness and knowledge regarding divorce and child custody disputes and providing strategies and tools to reduce injustice and to end the fighting.

Sherry does this through teaching courses, speaking, webinars, and workshops. Sherry’s teachings are unique and cutting edge to the family law industry developed by her and her husband. Sherry attributes successfully developing the most powerful tools to fight abuses that occur in the family court settings.

Sherry’s prior training and research experience was in medical and from her studies of biochemistry and genetics combined with Ron Palmer’s brilliance and experience with 20+ years of consulting the top Fortune 50 companies and top Fortune 5 C-level executives, technology development, and economics.

As a constitutional family rights researcher and writer, Sherry helps parents and their attorneys see the possibilities in making constitutional arguments for parental rights as being in the child’s best interests. She enables parents and attorneys to assert rights and convert the constitutional principles into everyday practice and natural language.

Sherry has been a guest on several news shows in several States, radio shows (syndicated, local, and internet based), as well as spoken for nonprofit agencies. She has also taught labs and training simulations on ideas for integrating family rights to parents and other marriage and divorce professionals. While Sherry is not an expert in the law, she is highly sought after for speaking on the topic of solving the current issues encountered by parents and their attorneys, integrating solutions into the family court process, and correcting legislation to reflect parental rights according to the constitution.

Sherry is co-author of the book NOT in the Child’s Best Interest, and serves as the Marketing Director for Fix Family Courts, a business she and her husband started and run that is dedicated to changing the way child custody laws are created and implemented both nationally and worldwide. This work includes providing parents and attorneys going through contested custody battles with support and resources, as well as educating legislators, judges, attorneys, and parents on parental rights under our Constitution.

Sherry is available to speak and to educate law professionals, judges, legislators, parents, as well as talk to extended family members, grandparent groups, educators, mental health professionals, schools, businesses and universities about parental alienation, effects of escalation of high conflict divorces and separation of parents, maintaining relationships and protecting and growing healthy bonds during this stressful time and dealing with toxic personalities like narcissists, and how your rights play a role in all of this and protect children. Sherry also works on legislation and legislative changes and can speak to legislators and parental rights advocates.

Ron B Palmer speaker

Ron B Palmer is the President and founder of Fix Family Courts. He has passionately dedicated many hundreds of hours to researching state and federal appellate court decisions on family law matters. He has a B.A. from Utah State University, Co-Founder of a Graduate Program in IT Service Management, Co-Founder of ITSMF Annual Academic Conference, Author: IT Service Management Foundations: ITIL Study Guide.


Author: NOT In the Child’s Best Interest
Author: Protecting Parent-Child Bonds
Senior Consultant: Deloitte LLC.
Senior Consultant: Accenture
Consultant: Microsoft
Founder: Franklin Technology Strategies Inc.
Founder: Constitutional Scholars Inc.
Founder: The National Family Law Policy Center

Ron routinely distills this information into powerful arguments for the protection of parental rights which he believes is necessary to protect children. He firmly believes that children are best protected and nurtured by having two fit parents in their lives who each have equal parental authority regardless of their marital status. He believes this is true even though some small percentage of parents harm their children.

Ron believes these rights and this authority are natural rights and natural authority that predate civilization and the formation of our nation and its founding documents. Ron believes that the United States Constitution protects these natural rights and that the Supreme Court has consistently interpreted the constitution to protect these rights for well over a hundred years.

Family law courts are exploiting misperceptions of what the Supreme Court has said and long traditions of rights violations that continue based on outdated unconstitutional presumptions supported by outdated and biased societal beliefs about marriage and child rearing. As the number of single divorced and single never married parents skyrockets, the number of parents and children harmed by this corrupt system reaches absurd proportions. Ron is the primary author of the book “NOT in The Child’s Best Interest” where the case for these concepts is made and a constitutional solution is proposed.

As Fix Family Court’s President, constitutional scholar and visionary, Ron’s goal is to create a world where getting divorced doesn’t mean losing your child. Fit parents should be treated equally regardless of their marital status or any changes to their marital status. Fit parents do not become unfit simply because their marriage fails. Every child, even those whose parents divorce, gets a better start in life if they have the benefit of two fit parents in their lives even if their parents are not perfect parents.

Ron B Palmer comes to this effort as an accomplished expert in technology management and operations frameworks and standards as applied in the world’s largest corporations. He brings to this field a fresh approach and a fresh vision unshaped by law school conditioning. He sees things as they are and reads the constitutions, statutes, and court opinions without the institutionalized biases and prejudices taught in law schools by professors who have been doing the same old thing for hundreds of years. Ron has a proven track record of fixing broken systems and optimizing inefficient systems on massive scales.

Family law is a broken system based on outdated, biased, prejudiced and often even bigoted presumptions about the most basic relationships of our society. It needs to be completely reengineered based on current interpretation of our constitution and based on current societal ideas about fundamental freedoms of individuals. Ron is just the person to make this happen.

Ron is a constitutional scholar but is NOT an attorney and does NOT practice law in any state. If you need legal advice, then seek the help of an attorney in your state.

Ron Palmer will be teaching from a workbook that includes parts from some of his newest books.

Where is the NFLPC Iowa Workshop?

This event will take place on Friday, April 26, 2019, at Des Moines Eastside Public Library from 1:15pm – 5:15pm. (the day after FUAN Bubbles of Love)

What is the NFLPC workshop?

NFLPC studies policy issues that interfere with fundamental rights and the impact that the policies have on the communities in each state. We also review federal policies and the impact that they have on state policies and decisionmaker behavior.

The workshop is designed to help its participants develop the skills necessary to implement policy corrections where needed, and to learn constitutional solutions and how best to implement them in their courts, into their laws, and with the executive agencies, (all three branches of government).

What will be covered in this workshop?

Iowans will receive a 3-hour workshop covering topics such as Court-Induced Parental Alienation™ (CIPA) in the context of the family law system. We will be covering how the judiciary separates children from parents leading to epidemics of violence, health crises, and devastation. You will learn about policies, cultural practices, and economic impacts. You will learn how the family law process is deeply affecting your local communities, businesses, and family structures, and what can be done about it.

We are teaching this workshop as an extension of the Bubbles of Love event hosted by FUAN the day before.

You will also get to review a piece of legislation as we walk you through some of the history and the constitutional correction.

Why are we making this information available to the public?

It is your attorney’s job to make constitutional arguments for you. This has not been happening for parents and children. So one of the Policy Center’s goals is to make available constitutional education in the context of the family law legal process, provide an education about the constitution, and how it can be applied to the court system and improve the results in divorce, reduce court conflict and fear in separation.

When the constitution is violated children and parents are harmed. This workshop will teach you about these harms, and provide compelling reasons and practical tools for you to go out into your community and use what you learn to repair and protect the damage that family law practices are causing.

How did these workshops start?

The Policy Center workshop is a project that Ron and Sherry Palmer have developed and deliver throughout the United States. The goal of the project is to provide communities with awareness, education, and tools to change policies and practices that do injury to our Constitution and the protections that it provides to the people. The Policy Center helps its participants and members identify the violations in the judiciary, like the violation of the right to be free from government interference and influence, and helps individuals learn how to argue proper implementation of constitutional principles.

The workshops educate communities on the constitutional interpretation of family rights into family law, and teaches how to adapt the constitutional concepts to everyday life. The focus is on family law reform to protect our most valuable community assets, our children and their parent-child bonds.

When is this Workshop?

We hope that you will join us at this workshop. It will be a wonderful encore to the Bubbles of Love event happening at the state Capitol (west grounds) on April 25th, sponsored by FUAN. FUAN is a nonprofit in Iowa founded by Nicholas Dreeszen (Descendent of Jack Sparrow – Captain Jack Sparrow). You can find out more about the Parental Alienation Awareness Day, Bubbles of Love event in Iowa here.