Fatherlessness, in the best interest of the child

Fatherlessness, in the best interest of the child is the topic of a web page containing a number of links that required correcting. The file name of one of the web pages containing that discussion had been changed some time ago.

That web page seems to be an important read for anyone who believes that case-law can be used to reverse the evolution of case-law pertaining to the changing nature of the legal right to paternity that took place during the past 200 years or so.

If you think that today’s fathers have a right to their children, that “in the best interest of the child” children have rights to have fathers in their lives, and if you wish to find the answer to the question,

Does a child have the right to have its father in its life and to bond with him?,

you may wish to read the discussion pertaining to Fatherlessness, in the best interest of the child.

It would truly be appreciated if anyone who feels that the conclusions drawn in that discussion can be disproved were to post a response as a comment to this blog entry.

The upgrading of the remaining web pages at Fathers for Life that had to be changed to the standard page design for the website is just about complete now.  It appears that only a single web page still needs to be updated.

During the process of doing that I came across a number of things that had escaped my attention.  One of those was the mysterious absence of a table of contents for web pages relating to the topic Shared Parenting (that has now been corrected; see http://fathersforlife.org/ToC_shared_parenting.htm). That is a weird one.  That ToC existed.  I did not delete it.  It did not vanish on its own volition.

Thanks, and once more a Merry Christmas to all,

Walter

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One Response to Fatherlessness, in the best interest of the child

  1. Here is an update:

    Ask Mr. Dad: Protecting yourself from paternity fraud

    By ARMIN BROTT, McClatchy-Tribune News Service

    Dear Mr. Dad: My wife and I are about to get a divorce. We have a 1-year-old boy and she’s pregnant with our second. Here’s the problem: She’s been having an affair for the last two years and I’m concerned that the children aren’t actually mine. What can I do to protect myself?…
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    Update 2008 08 03: The link to the location of the article at The News & Observer no longer functions. However, Armin Brott’s article is accessible at his website.

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