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Good Reason Principle

Under current family law practice, contact between a child and parent can be frustrated by the resident parent for almost any reason.

We believe the bond between a child and parents is fundamentally beneficial to a child; any reason should not be sufficient justification to destroy this relationship.

Family law should require a good reason to disrupt contact; and courts should require supporting evidence to justify it.

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