Monthly Archives: February 2013

Torts Arising Out of Interference with Custody and Visitation

Thus, because of the “sanctity in the union of parent and child,” where a person interferes with the parent-child relationship, that person should be held liable in damages. The court next addressed the issue of damages. The court held that … Continue reading

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CUSTODY AND VISITATION INTERFERENCE: ALTERNATIVE REMEDIES

The potential for psychological and physical damage to children of divorce and the parental relationship looms as a potential harbinger of doom over every divorce case. This specter becomes reality when one parent interferes with the rights of custody or … Continue reading

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