Definitions: (1) equitable; just; fair; (2) objective; not biased in favor of one party or point of view more than another; unprejudiced
     See also: Nonjudgmental

Familial Quality: open

None so deaf as those that will not hear. None so blind as those that will not see. — Matthew Henry (1662 – 22 June 1714) British mister & author
• The Sixth Amendment secures to persons charged with crime the right to be tried by an impartial jury reflecting a fair cross-section of the community. — Joan Ruth Bader Ginsburg (1933-2020) American Supreme Court Justice

Comment: Being impartial does not mean you are indifferent, disinterested, or uncaring. Instead it means you are willing to take the facts as you see them without putting any undue judgment on them. You are, eventually, required to judge some things, but if you are open, you will be treating the people and the situation more reasonably.