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Filing interlocutory appeals in child custody cases.
(American Lawyer Media, LP., 2019-12-18)
"There are many considerations before making a decision to file an emergent appeal."
Seeking a protective or restraining order where children are involved.
(ALM (formerly American Lawyer Media), 2021-03-01)
A protective order cannot guarantee the abuse will stop and the victim and children will be safe. Nonetheless, it is a critical step to take because it helps to legally document the abusive experience.
When to file an emergency appeal in Family Court.
Where a child has disclosed abuse, the child needs immediate protection and the court is place to go, because unlike Child Protective Services, the court has the power to stop contact between a child and a parent. To succeed ...