A couple of months ago Christie Blatchford wrote an article on the family courts in Canada entitled, “The inverted justice of Canada’s Family Courts.” Of course and fortunately, I have many friends in Canada so, even though I have not court watched in Canada I am pretty familiar with the system as we have always had a Fathers4Justice Chapter in Canada and I communicate with all on a regular basis.I understand and/or agree with the majority of Christie’s post, especially the quote by Allen, “The evidence suggests that rather than being designed for the interests of children, the Guidelines were designed for the interests of mothers.”
With that said, I understand and/or agree with the majority of Christie’s post, especially the quote by Allen, “The evidence suggests that rather than being designed for the interests of children, the Guidelines were designed for the interests of mothers.”
It has always been my contention as I have stated literally hundreds of times, “The true meaning of Child Support is both parents sharing equally in the lives of their children. Our children need and desire the love, guidance, and support of both parents.
TRUE CHILD SUPPORT is helping with homework, reading bedtimes stories, playing ball together, pizza parties, riding bikes, talking about life, sharing and guiding our children so that they may learn from our mistakes, evolution, this is the process and what children with only one parent lose out on.”
This is not just an issue in Canada, the divorce industry and Parental Alienation have spread to all first world countries. It is an industry that works daily to destroy our future as an intelligent, civilized society and it is all about money, NOT the Best Interest of our Children.
April 25th is recognized the world over as Parental Alienation Awareness Day. Please unite with others on this day to bring about the necessary awareness that our children really do need both parents.
Here is Christie’s article as compiled in the National Post, Christie has written several articles as of late so I might suggest, if you are interested in matters of family law, especially so in Canada, add her name to your list of person’s to follow: