Legislative Effort Over Disclosing Custody Forensic Reports

, New York Law Journal


In his Divorce Law column, Alton L. Abramowitz, a senior partner at Mayerson Abramowitz & Kahn, writes: New York courts have repeatedly turned a blind eye to the fundamental right of divorcing parents to fully and properly prepare to confront the evidence that will be presented against them at a custody trial. The rules governing access to forensic reports are restrictive and inconsistent, but proposed legislation attempts to address these shortcomings.

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Originally appeared in print as Legislative Effort Over Disclosure of Custody Forensic Reports and Data

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