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CUSTODY AND ACCESS - Considerations - Best interests of child - Conduct of parents - Willingness to facilitate access with other parent - Expert report or assessment

Thursday, March 02, 2017 @ 7:00 PM  

Appeal by the mother from an order governing parenting arrangements and child support. The parties married in 2006. They were the parents of two girls, ages eight and nine. The parties increasingly spent time apart due to mother’s desire to spend time with her parents. In 2010, the mother claimed the oldest child disclosed inappropriate touching by the father. She advised the father she was terminating the marriage and obtained interim without notice orders of sole custody without access. Complaints were filed with police and social...