Countless times in the family probate courts, through out the United States; the marital home that children reside in is being forced to be sold after a divorce. If the courts are truly for the best interest of children then how can they allow such an act to take place. Shelter is one of the essential basic needs to life such as love, belonging, food and clothes. As long as a child resides in that home and depends on that home for shelter then no probate court, judge or attorney has the right to force the sale of their home because of a divorce. Despite any divorce decree the children "ALWAYS" come first. It is not about narsarsistic ways of any adult(s). It is not about what one wants, needs and desires. It is about putting the children first. It is about doing the right thing. All good parents should want the best for their children, to make life easier and sweeter. To build that solid foundation so that it does not come crumbling down upon them. No court, judge shall have the power or authority to take away from a child a basic need. No attorney shall have the right to make any such demands for his or her client in a family probate court or any court. The child shall always supercede any adult in a brighter future and better life.
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