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Monthly Archives: February 2023


Breastfeeding & Child Custody

By Robert S. Sunshine, P.C. |

One child custody issue in particular has gained national headlines this month: The story involves the issue of custody affecting such parental choices as breastfeeding. Specifically, one judge ordered a mother who had been breastfeeding her daughter for seven months – since the child’s birth – to make every effort to place the child… Read More »

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Closely Examining ‘Parental Alienation’ In Custody Cases

By Robert S. Sunshine, P.C. |

Allegations of parental alienation are typically seen in acrimonious child custody cases, and they are no small matter. Courts treat these allegations very seriously, and in some cases, it can result in the parent accused of such conduct to lose custody and/or visitation rights. In a number of these cases, courts must be careful… Read More »

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