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Canadian Researcher: ‘We must abandon the claim that the (family) court has been acting in children’

How many times have you heard or read the phrase “the best interests of the child?” If you read much about family law and family courts, the probable answer is “more times than I can count.” Indeed, establish a Google Alert for the phrase and you’ll get links to several articles, court cases, op-eds, etc. a day, every day of the week. In Canada the “best interests of the child” has been raised by the Supreme Court to a level of importance that trumps even constitutional considerations.

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Comment by Ed Price
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Did you ever see the love for its master that a dog has for a mean master that beats it? Stupid dog. Bad master. Shouldn't happen.

Often, except in the most brutal of cases, when CPS steps in, there is way more disruption in the lives of children than there would have been if they had been left at home.

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