Living through a custody battle can be one of the most terrifying, stressful, and challenging times in a person's life. That was true even before disputes over the COVID-19 vaccines started to work their way through the family courts.
As a practicing attorney, I have personally litigated vaccine cases to trial. Many parents—and even their attorneys—make the mistake of trying to convince the judge that the vaccines are dangerous.
In Wisconsin, where I practice, the courts do not actually make the decision of whether the children should receive the vaccines. It is not equipped to do so, and neither should it—think of the Owellian implications of allowing the court to make major life decisions for children writ large!
No—by Wisconsin Statute 767.41(6)(am), the court, upon the request of one party, shall choose the parent who is most likely to make the best decision for the children.
This may seem like a minute difference, but understanding this difference can be the deciding factor in your custody case.
In this week's episode of Vital Dissent, I share with the audience what I learned by litigating these vaccine cases through trial (this episode is not legal advice—please consult with an attorney in your state about your specific case).
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