Custody Forensics: Reform on the Horizon?

, New York Law Journal


In his Matrimonial Practice column, Timothy M. Tippins, an adjunct professor at Albany Law School, writes that on Jan. 7 of this year the Chief Administrative Judge announced that the judicial administration is poised to address a long-standing problem in the child custody arena, namely, access to the forensic evaluator's report.

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  • JD Smith

    The issue with data access needs to be addressed in a way that does not impose nanny-legislation on the wrong sources.

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