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Dignity Rights for Mrs. Doubtfire: A Place for Fathers in Custody Disputes

, New York Law Journal

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Frank Taddeo Jr. writes: Many devoted fathers are knocked senseless by the legal system when spousal strife prevents amicable resolution of custody disputes during divorce proceedings. On custody, she usually wins and he usually loses, becoming a mere visitor in his children's lives. Might there be some recourse to be found in the law, some concept or theory he might grab onto? The answer is a tentative, guarded, but perhaps inevitable "yes."

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