SC Family Law Blog

I have previously written about how the Family Court considers a child’s preference in custody cases.  On his new Minnesota Divorce and Family Law blog, Gerald Williams addressed this subject a few weeks ago, as follows: If I had to name the question that comes up most often, it would be this one: how old […]

Posted on 10 September 2007 Posted in Child Custody

In child custody cases, parents often accuse each other of leaving the child inadequately supervised.  The allegations can be that the child was left home alone or left with someone who cannot properly supervise the child (such as relatives who are too old or too young).  Left Unsupervised: A Look at the Most Vulnerable Children, […]

Posted on 12 August 2007 Posted in Children | Educational Resources | Safety | Visitation

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