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Not in the Childs Best Interest!

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Ron and Sherry Palmer are a writing team that have become experts by first-hand experience in our current unjust family law system. Neither of them are attorneys. The one belief they shared through their experience and fought to protect is that parents have equal parental rights even in divorce, that they shouldn’t have to tear each other apart to continue these rights after marriage, or be subject to lose these rights for not having the money to pay expensive experts and attorneys.

They were amazed at how many Supreme Court opinions there were that strongly supported parental rights,and how Divorce Courts could actively continue violating the rights of parents and children. The book that resulted from their extensive research, NOT in the Child’s Best Interest, exposes how divorce courts are violating the constitution. The book shows you and your attorney how to fight these injustices. The key realization from the research is that the only way that so many constitutional protections can be denied a group of people is if the entire society shares a deep-seated fundamental bias and prejudice against that group of people.

This book destroys the twisted logic of bias and prejudice in divorce. It provides a roadmap leading to respect for Parental Rightsand equal protection for the rights of divorced parents. Ron and Sherry provide critical constitutional arguments that systematically destroy the nonsense ideas that keep divorced parents subjugated. Nowhere else will you find so many well-articulated arguments supporting your parental rights in divorce.  These arguments are easy enough for parents to understand and rigorous enough for your attorney to put to immediate use. If you believe in constitutionally protected equal parental rights, this book will give you and your attorney the means to insist upon and protect those rights throughout the divorce process and until your children reach the age of maturity.

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