Parenting Time and Custody Orders Routinely Violate Parents’ Substantive Due Process Rights

July 12, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization The article in the Nebraska Lawyer magazine entitled “Yes, Virginia, the Constitution Applies in Family Court, Too” is a stunning indictment, not just of the “best interests” standard, but of family court orders generally. It attacks those orders on three different constitutional fronts – substantive due process, procedural due process and equal protection. Read More…

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