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Opinion: As State Meddles, Father, Kids Are Held In Limbo

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


Against my better judgment, I've once again wandered into the family courts in yet another post-judgment war about who gets to raise a broken couple's children. Once again, I am dumbstruck as I watch experts opine about what is in the best interest of the children.

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  • Jim B.

    I knew a lawyer. Nicest guy in the world who actually led an alter server program. Anyway, after about 15 years of "Divorce Law", he moved to another practice area.

    He could no longer stomach the collateral damage to children. I think he does something less stressful now, like death penalty appeals.

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