Matrimonial Practice

Bias in Custody Evaluations

, New York Law Journal

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Matrimonial Practice columnist Timothy M. Tippins writes: Although sometimes called a standard, "best interests of the child" is not. It is in no way an operationally defined specification. It is at best a legal construct representing an aspiration, one laden with personal, social, cultural and moral value judgments.

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