You state; <<<I would prefer the AERC know up front what the
legal risk are and make a
consistence decision based on knowledge of these risk.>>>
And whom would you presume to make that determination. We
have 50 states (I am not considering Canada in this, they
are way smarter) and I am sure you will get 50 opinions.
Then you can just change jurisdictions within a state if you
do not like the determination you get. And, I am sure that
some jurisdictions will state "It all depends".
I am sorry Truman, but you and Joe have trampled on parental
jurisdiction, a fact of high emotional status that only the
parents of each individual child can interpret. For a person
like you or Joe to attempt to infiltrate the sacrosanct
parent/child relationship is false and shows only concern
for your particular concept of what is correct.
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