'Family court' definition of 'Balance of Probabilities'

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Mrs Williams (Account suspended)

Dear Sir or Madam,

Please state the lawful definition that backs up the 'family court'
workings that grants entitlement on the 'balance of probabilities'
to remove children and break their family bonds forever, without
providing facts .i.e. innocent until proven guilty.

Therefore, condoning by allowing such a travesty of injustice to
occur on a daily basis.

With regards,

Mrs Williams

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27th November 2009

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