North Dakota Suit Seeks Documents from Bar Association on Opposition to Shared Parenting

May 22, 2017 by Robert Franklin, Esq, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization

The public. Those opposed to shared parenting just hate the public. We’ve seen that in the craven ways the Nebraska Court Administrator asserted the most bizarre and legally dubious claims for the sole purpose of denying the public the right to know how family court judges are trained with regard to shared custody and parenting time.

We now have those records and it’s easy to see why the anti-dad crowd would want to hide behind a veil of secrecy. The contents of the training materials offered to Nebraska judges were unrelentingly anti-father and, in the process, anti-child as well. Plus the depths to which state officials sank to keep judges from hearing pro-shared-parenting messages were truly disgraceful. The Director of Judicial Branch Education actually lied in writing to Dr. Linda Nielsen, claiming the organization didn’t have the money for her to travel to Nebraska to give a presentation, while simultaneously offering to pay anti-shared parenting advocate Robert Emery to do exactly that.

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