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“Visitation Isn’t Free”

(by guest blogger) I observed something troubling in family court today. A mom and her attorney had just come out of a mediation.  They were loudly discussing what had just happened with the mediator, ex-husband, and opposing counsel. (A note…

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Get Out of My Courtroom

A fellow Family Law attorney told the following anecdote, and I think it encapsulates the Family Court experience (n.b. “standing” means the right to bring a case, i.e. either parent of a child has standing to file a custody case…

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My #$**% is such a $@%&!

It is the great human tragedy to fall in love with someone just long enough to create a human being and thereafter come to hate the other parent so perfectly that you would do anything real or imagined to cause…

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Children in State Custody

This past Thursday, our local newspaper ran a blistering story blaming the Department of Children, Youth, and Families for the fact that twelve separate children in state custody have been lost during the pendency of various court cases in which…

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Family Court Holiday

by: Guest Blogger As I sit here trying to decide which topic I’d like to write about today I find myself with just a little writer’s block (which I’m not sure is even possible; I could write a book, no,…

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No Gavel

There are several misconceptions about the Family Court. The one that is most bothersome is the belief that once the case is over the conflict is over.  The (former) couple gets all dressed up, all worried, all stressed, and all…

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