Couple Get into Custody Dispute Due International Travel, New York Appellate Court Affirms Supreme Court Decision
C vs C This case was filed for divorce and ancillary relief. The defendant appeals a prior judgment dated March 24, 2014. In that decision, the order denied the defendant’s cross-motion which was to use one-third of the child’s time spent in Israel visiting with the paternal grandmother. The prior decision also denied without prejudice the portion of the cross-motion which ordered visitation with the paternal grandmother when she was in the U.S. This court affirms. Continue reading
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