Mother's Interference with Father's Visitation Results in Change of Custody

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While I was on a hurricane shortened vacation, a court modified a joint custody arrangement and granted a father sole physical custody of a child in a case where the mother unreasonably interfered with the father’s visitation.

As detailed in the Rochester Family Lawyer Blog, the mother in Keefe v. Adams interfered with father’s visitation by...

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