Bad Judges Do Not Make Good Laws to Protect Children in Family Court (Follow the Money)

The tender years doctrine stated that in the “tender years” children had to be exclusively cared for by their mothers. This introduced a bias that militated against the examination of the character and incompetence of men and women as safe and solid parents for any child and ultimately meant that fathers who were adequate parents […]

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