Excerpt from the brief:
Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113,93 S. Ct. 705,35 L. Ed. 2d 147,1973, established that the ability to have or not have a child is a fundamental right, and protected under the continuum of liberty. Equally protected is the fundamental right to be a family, and this is also a continuum of liberty.
The twilight zone questions become:
1. How do Family Law Court systems throughout the United States and specifically the Family Law Court of Michigan come to be the only court that is exempt from various provisions of the continuum of liberty, as well as significant portions of the United States Federal Constitution?
2. Whether the Family Law Court systems throughout the United States and specifically the Family Law Court of Michigan have the unfettered right to cause disparate treatment, by failing to uphold United States Federal Constitutional laws, prescribed within Roe vs. Wade, applicable to the Fourteenth Amendment.