Nature or Nurture Thread; Keep Those Comments Coming!

Sarah Almy, a Louisville family law attorney, in response to our “Nature or Nurture” posting on genetic testing, posted the following comment:

” I strongly agree with your position. A statutory amendment would be a helpful tool for attorneys facing the situation of a vindictive mom such as your hypothetical Mary who would be willing to traumatize her own child. Recently discovered your blog and it is terrific.”

Sarah Almy, a Louisville family law attorney, in response to our “Nature or Nurture” posting on genetic testing, posted the following comment:

” I strongly agree with your position. A statutory amendment would be a helpful tool for attorneys facing the situation of a vindictive mom such as your hypothetical Mary who would be willing to traumatize her own child. Recently discovered your blog and it is terrific.”

We are very much interested in comments and discussion. Our hope is that as this blog grows, it can be a great melding of ideas and impetus for change when needed. The dynamic potential of a blog is awesome, but readers have to make it happen! Thanks, Sarah, for leading the way for input from family lawyers in Kentucky.

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