Ideology and Dysfunction in Family Law: How the courts disenfranchise fathers

For several decades now, fathers have faced significant, widespread bias in family courts across Canada.
Published on July 20, 2013

219pp  ISBN: 9780987895424 (pdf on demand)
Frontier Centre for Public Policy  July 2013

Judges routinely deny perfectly normal, loving parents fundamental reproductive and financial freedoms, on the flimsiest of excuses and the poorest of evidence – based solely on their biological sex. As the roles of fathers and mothers have evolved in society, this discrimination has only accelerated; for whereas one would expect fathers today to fare better in family court than their grandfathers and even their fathers had, the fact is that there has been no substantial change in the legal status of fatherhood over the generations.

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