Let me offer a “similar example”:
Louis Weeks

Louis, the problem with your example is that wife and kids would NOT have to leave Florida and go back to Chicago. See the difference there? It’s a biggie. And you’ve made a grave logical mistake. Because the family would suffer as a result of the consequences of their father’s behavior, it would not be a legal requirement that they be punished for the transgressions of their father. They would be free to stay in Florida and build a life for themselves, REGARDLESS of what their father did. Big distinction. Try again.

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