Rare indeed is the parent who would disclaim acting in the best interests of his or her children. Can you imagine a parent who does not avow, publicly and privately, that the protection of the children is of paramount importance? Of course not. Even special interest groups, narrowly focused on advocacy for fathers or mothers in the divorcing arena, justify much of their “raison d’etre” on their ability to ensure that children are protected from prejudicial laws and prejudiced judges.
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