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Should the parents continue with the precedent they set with their child?

Asked by flo (10479points) January 30th, 2013

That is, doing a bad job of parenting, spoil the child rotten. Let’s say the child takes them to court as soon as they start parenting right? I know the court wouldn’t say because they have established a precedent or pattern of behavior and expectation they have to continue doing it wrong. So what does precedent mean?

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