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New custody resolution sides with accuser in domestic abuse cases

Judges in family courts in New York and across the country make difficult decisions every day. They must weigh the best interests of the child against accusations of parents and suppositions of experts. Often the courts make wise decisions, but other times – as in some domestic abuse cases – the decisions can have tragic consequences.

Legal options when parent abducts child, violates child custody

Even after the divorce has been finalized, an individual's emotions may, at times, overwhelm his or her otherwise sound reason and judgment -- especially when it comes to the children. One parent may ignore a court-ordered child custody agreement and simply take the kids and run away. For New York custodial parents facing such a horrific event, there are legal options available to get their kids back when a child custody dispute has gone awry.

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