Eric Satin was naive before he entered family court in Miami-Dade.
"Being I guess I was naive- I'm a tax attorney I've never been in court- I thought 'I'm a smart guy; I'm prepared. I have a court to protect me.'" He said.
Satin was recently interviewed on the livestream (starts about 42 minutes in)
"Unfortunately, my experiences with Mr. Satin was similar to my experiences supervising other fathers with ongoing custody disputes in Miami-Dade. In Mr. Satin's case, it became obvious to me that FCS was working with the court appointed guardian ad litem, Cindi Kamen, in an attempt to falsely portray Mr. Satin as an incompetent father based on false allegations of mental health issues and/or abuse. I received pressure from FCS president, Karen Sanchez, to include information in Mr. Satin's report to falsely portray him in a negative light to the court. I have seen this happen whereby a guardian ad litem works with FCS to inappropriately influence reports for the purpose of improperly impacting custody rights in favor of the other parent."