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CUSTODY AND ACCESS - Considerations - Conduct of parents - Custody - Sole custody - Access - Supervision - Decision-making authority - Primary residence - Practice and procedure - Appeals

Monday, December 18, 2017 @ 12:31 PM  

Appeal by the mother from an order granting the father sole custody of the parties' two children. The parties married in 2000 and separated in 2010. A divorce was granted in 2012. The children, ages 11 and 13 at trial, had health issues. The oldest child had serious food allergies. The youngest child was asthmatic and lactose intolerant. The trial judge found that the mother became obsessed with the children's health issues and the father had difficulties controlling his anger. Post-separation, the mother had care and...