TOOL OF THE DAY: Preponderance is not Protective

CATEGORY: Family Law Due Process

Protective parents say they are losing children to abusers, and that this is common practice. Fit parents say they are getting protective orders placed on them and ordered to only see their children in supervised visits, and that this is common practice.

So what is happening here? Sherry discusses this in this video…

Register here for the next webinar where we are going to discuss What is Hurting You and Your Family in the Family Court Process.