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SJC Decision Deals Blow to Domestic Violence Victims in Child Custody Cases
SJC Decision Deals Blow to Domestic Violence Victims in Child Custody Cases

Attorney Jason V. Owens reviews an important decision that limits the impact of past domestic abuse in child custody cases by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. Click here f or print friendly PDF format The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) has ruled against ...

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    Attorney Jason V. Owens reviews an important decision that limits the impact of past domestic abuse in child custody cases by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. Click here f or print friendly ...

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