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Author:  Anne L. Perry.

Source: Volume 22, Number 03, February/March 2017 , pp.41-45(5)

Domestic Violence Report

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Cases reviewed include: Two mothers lose custody after findings of parental alienation; neglect finding reversed where attorney for the children failed to advocate for children’s desire to live with mother; a mother presented adequate evidence for a hearing on custody modification; a Father is granted primary custody, despite child’s wishes; Siblings are separated in custody case involving both violence and alienation; the reappointment of parenting coordinator is ordered in a case involving domestic violence and custody interference; and a mother is granted custody where alleged alienation was due to the father’s own “bad behavior.”

Keywords: Zakariah SS v. Tara TT; In re Viscuso; In re Brian S.; In re Athena H.M.; In re R.E.F; Hadley v. Hadley; Nguyen v. Heller-Nguyen; Moir v. Moir

Affiliations:  1: Contributing Editor.

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