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You’re out of order! Ma sues judge over kid battle

You’re out of order! Ma sues judge over kid battle | Forensic Psychology & Child Custody Disputes | Scoop.it
“A Manhattan mom is fed up with all the delays in her three-year child custody battle — so she’s suing the judge. Public relations exec Maggie Rhee Karn claims in… (Mom sues Referee in Federal Court over outrageous delay in NY custody dispute.”
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A Manhattan mom is tired of all the delays that have led to a her three-year child custody battle — so she’s suing the judge in federal court, to the tune of $10,000,000. What are your thoughts, how long is too long for a custody case to take
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Miccosukee child custody case should remain in Florida court, judge rules. - Miami-Dade Breaking News - MiamiHerald.com

Miccosukee child custody case should remain in Florida court, judge rules. - Miami-Dade Breaking News - MiamiHerald.com | Forensic Psychology & Child Custody Disputes | Scoop.it
“ The decision is the first time a Miami-Dade judge has stripped the authority of the Miccosukee tribal court in a child custody case.”
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A custody dispute involving the children of a Miccosukee mother and non-Indian father belongs in a Florida state court, not in a tribal court, a Miami-Dade judge recently ruled. The decision marks the first time a South Florida judge has stripped authority from the tribal court in a child custody case.
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