How do you Define Parent-Child Relationship?
An intimate and expressive association between a parent and a child protected by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.
How Does this Parent-Child Relationship get Protected in the States?
Your state has incorporated the First Amendment protections into their state Constitution. Each state has also passed laws that claim to protect the parent-child relationship as well.
All states claim to protect this association and have placed that protection into their state statutes. The problem is that the way the state’s address parent-child relationships actually poses more harm and destruction to that relationship. The reason for this is because the states do not incorporate the parental rights from the United States Constitution.
How Does the United States Constitution Protect the Parent-Child Relationship?
Speech, association, worship, and family privacy to mention a few.
NOTE: Make sure you read the glossary term as well.