This chapter shall be liberally construed and interpreted to fulfill the following purposes whenever possible:
(A) To provide adequate procedures for the ceremony and registration of marriage;
(B) To strengthen and preserve the institution of marriage and safeguard family relationships;
(C) To promote the peaceful and fair settlement of disputes between parties to a marriage;
(D) To minimize the potential harm to spouses and their children caused by the process of legal dissolution of marriage (divorce);
(E) To make reasonable provisions for spouse and minor children during and after Tribal Court intervention; and
(F) To provide adequate procedures for establishing the legal relationship existing between a child and his or her natural or adoptive parents.