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I’m sure whatever she chooses to do her father would have been proud. She made her father happy when he was passing and that’s all that really matter then. It’s pretty much like a moral deference Sally mad the choice to become a lawyer instead and she is sticking with it. But she didn’t intentionally wrong her father. [Ric11]Case 15- The parties involved in this case are the woman, the son-in-law, the daughter and the illegitimate child. My first thoughts with this case are how can the mother in-law actually be sure that her daughter doesn’t know about the illegitimate child? If the mother in law does not bring it up though it would be considered a maxim because she would be withholding information to protect her daughter’s happy marriage. I think she should bring it up but then there’s the question of how did the mother find this information out? Especially since the case says the daughter would most likely not find out by herself. Brings me to suspect the mother was doing some digging which to me is morally wrong when her daughter is happy and has been for ten years. Works CitedRaley, R. b. (2011). Ethical Choices.Oxford University Press.