By Laura Morgan: A father petitioned the Hague Convention to return to his children to Peru after the mother wrongfully retained the children in the United States. The court found an exception to the Hague Convention’s rule of return due to risk of harm or abuse.
By Laura Morgan: Sufficient authentication existed for printouts of text messages from father to mother, as required for messages to be admissible in proceeding on mother’s motion to modify child custody.
By Laura Morgan: Public policy against a parent’s romantic cohabitation in postdissolution child custody and visitation matters was not a blanket rule but was instead ancillary to primary consideration of the best interests of the child
Visitation denied to alcoholic father may be changed with a custody modification action based on an improvement in conduct.
Mother and mother’s parents allege that the psychological evaluator rendered erroneous and fraudulent conclusions in his evaluation and failed to perform psychological testing in their custody case.
Review the case Culbertson v. Culbertson and parental rights issues while dealing with properly care need children.
In this child custody case, a husband used photos of his wife that he allegedly downloaded from a website offering escort service as evidence at a child custody action.
A case review, in which evidences were sufficient to support that the ex-wife did not pose a flight risk, permitting her to travel with her children to foreign country even though she was a foreign citizen.
The tense relationship between father and mother affecting the child’s custody issue after a change in circumstances change in the joint custody arrangement.
Father filed motion for custody modification of relocation as a result of military service and the case went to trial two years later, constituting in a change of circumstances