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          PLAYING How A Grieving Mom Is Keeping Her Son’s Memory Alive – And How You Can Help

          How A Grieving Mom Is Keeping Her Son’s Memory Alive – And How You Can Help

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          October 3, 2017

          Ana Estevez says her 5-year-old son, Aramazd “Piqui” Andressian Jr., was the love of her life and will always be the love of her life. The little boy was murdered by his father during a bitter custody battle.

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          Estevez tells her story in an exclusive interview with Dr. Phil airing Tuesday. And, she shares how she is now trying to protect other children from meeting the same fate as her young son.

          “There’s a resolution that Congress has presented; it’s Resolution 72, and the Congressman from Pennsylvania, Congressman Meehan is the lead on that,” Estevez explains. “The resolution is designed to protect children in divorce and custody. And I think once this resolution passes, then we can start focusing on the laws here in California and really start changing the way the court system and Child Protective Services operates, because they are failing children miserably. My son is a casualty of their failure. And I don’t want this to happen to any other child, and I definitely don’t want another mother to feel what I feel.”

          WATCH: Ana Estevez Describes What Happened When She Attempted To Get A Restraining Order Against Ex Aramazd Andressian Sr.

          Dr. Phil, who has testified before Congress many times, offers to help Estevez get the 100 co-sponsors the resolution needs before it can be brought to the floor. “I have many friends in the United States Congress and with your permission, I’m going write to each one of them and ask them to enlist their colleagues in joining on Bill 72,” he says.

          WATCH: Why Mom Questions If She Did Enough To Protect 5-Year-Old Son Who Was Murdered By His Father

          Estevez also says she is starting a foundation in her son’s name, Justice for Piqui. “We want to focus on providing family services,” she says, adding that there will also be a memorial scholarship in her son’s name.

          If you would like to make a donation to Justice For Piqui, visit When Georgia Smiled; The Robin McGraw Revelation and Dr. Phil Foundation and earmark your donation to When Georgia Smiled for Justice for Piqui by selecting Emergency Funds for Individuals in Severe Crisis.

          This episode of Dr. Phil airs Tuesday. Watch more here.

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