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Child Custody and Visitation Determinations When Domestic Violence Has Occurred

By Nechama Masliansky

This article discusses the current state of the law, particularly statutory law, with respect to how and when courts are required, or at least permitted, to consider domestic violence as a factor in making child custody and visitation determinations.

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