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“Trust in the Law” they say


As if Family Law is a clear set of rules


A trustworthy shuttle from one island of family form into another


No room for reasonable doubt.


What Law has the right


To say when a father sees his child?


What Law can slice Solomon-like through family homes?


Savings for a future now altered?


A parent’s precious hours with those whom they value more


Than any building or bank account?


Is that our excuse to children now grown in years to come?


As we beg forgiveness for the parental spite


The wrenching apart


The money wasted


Will we meekly say in our defence: “We trusted in the Law”?


Could we not have chosen instead


To trust in ourselves?



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