X

Truth is in a man's actions, not in someone else's blind accusations.

Click for the video
X
June 28 2022

Denial of the Parental Alienation Syndrome Also Harms Women
Denying reality is obviously a maladaptive way of dealing with a situation. In fact, denial is ge...

Problems suffered by Children due to Parental Alienation
Dr. L.F. Lowenstein - Southern England Psychological Services have been involved with and heard ...

FAQ ex-fathers.org
What is an ex-father? An ex-father is a man denied the opportunity to raise his child. Fathers a...

More
In civil trials where the burden of proving liability has NOT been clearly satisfied but damages are apparent
Mark H. Stoute Fathers 4 Justice Canada audience: Authenticated Login and access In civil trials where the burden of proving liability has NOT been clearly satisfied but damages are apparent
This week in my Evidence Law class, the age-old question about the difference between j...
Navigation

Authors & content contributions
Categories
Groups
Member Login
Page Grid

FOLLOW Brainsyntax VIA EMAIL Enter your email address and receive notifications of selective new pages by email.

Join 12050 other brainsyntax email notification followers

Searching for my children

Fathers in distress if you ever need to talk, or just vent, please message us Contact: Fathers Rights Canada
Deadly Epidemic Against Dads


Parents

To my children & To those that may be concerned ...
Advocacy Canada
brainsyntax.com

★★★ Join brainsyntax

Log On as Member
brainsyntax: Mark H. Stoute    Clear highlighter
inside search:
Subject
Category

In civil trials where the burden of proving liability has NOT been clearly satisfied but damages are apparent

Authenticated LawSchool
This week in my Evidence Law class, the age-old question about the difference between justice and fairness came up (yeah, we've some real newbs in that class). I personally phrase it to mean that,

RSS Feed || Back
1 (1 pages found

X