KBA President Responds to Courier-Journal Paternity Articles

Robert C. Ewald, President, Kentucky Bar Association, writes in a letter to the editor:

Andrew Wolfson’s excellent article about the thorny questions of paternal rights (‘Ky cases pose question: What defines a father?’ March 18) well demonstrates the extraordinarily difficult issues our judges face when resolving disputes that have such an enormous effect on the litigants involved.

Robert C. Ewald, President, Kentucky Bar Association, writes in a letter to the editor:

Andrew Wolfson’s excellent article about the thorny questions of paternal rights (‘Ky cases pose question: What defines a father?’ March 18) well demonstrates the extraordinarily difficult issues our judges face when resolving disputes that have such an enormous effect on the litigants involved.

In a time when it seems to be accepted sport to condemn judges for their ‘activist’ decisions, perhaps the article will help those would-be critics understand how difficult some judicial determinations are and how decent and honorable are the men and women who must decide these complex cases.

Amen.

We posted about and linked to the front page news here and here. For an exhaustive discussion of the issues, click on the Paternity category on the left sidebar.

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