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de BLASIO'S COURT PICKS

Mayor de Blasio Appoints Judges to Family Court and Civil Court Yesterday,Mayor Bill de Blasio recently appointed Gilbert Taylor to Family Court, Ben Darvil, Jr. and Mildred Negron as interim Civil ...
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SCHOOL OF THOUGHT

Back in July of 2012, Renee enrolled her child in two different preschool programs, which interfered with Stephen's visitation rights. When the parties appeared before the Chenango County Family ...
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NO VISITATION

Back in 2010, Bryan and Jennifer entered into an order which gave Jennifer sole legal and physical custody of their child. Bryan, who was incarcerated, was given phone and written contact with the ...
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NOT AKIN

After the Bronx County Family Court found that Santiago had "abandoned" his kids and that Colleen had "permanently neglected" them, the couple's parental rights were terminated ...
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OUT THEY GO!

7% Think Parents Should Be Required to Support Children Over 18 Wednesday, March 12, 2014 An 18-year old New Jersey high school student who says she was forced to leave home is suing her parents for ...
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SABRINA'S SCHIZOPHRENIA

Because his mom was "mentally ill," as defined by state law, the Bronx County Family Court granted custody of Jeremiah to the Commissioner of Social Services so that the kid could be placed ...
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THIS WAS DISORDERLY

Kwame O. appealed after the Suffolk County Family Court issued an order of protection against him. Apparently, Kwame verbally threatened a woman in the courthouse hallway and physically blocked her ...
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BLOOMBERG TALKS ABOUT JUDGES

Mayor Bloomberg Addresses New York City’s Judicial Selection Processes at Citizen Union Annual Dinner Mayor Receives Citizen Union’s 2013 Public Service Award The following are Mayor ...
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NO BABY RUTH

Ruth L. challenged a Bronx County Family Court order which gave custody of her child to the paternal grandmother. Ruth believed that the court didn't have the power -- or "jurisdiction" ...
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MOOT POINT?

Tabitha YY, the mother of five children, continued living with her alleged abuser--in the face of several orders of protection. After the Broome County Family Court directed that the kids be put up ...
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DELIVERANCE?

Oscar Ivan Larach Zablah objected to a Support Magistrate's denial of his motion to vacate orders which awarded child support and attorneys' fees to his former partner, on default. And when ...
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IT'S NATIONAL CHILD SUPPORT MONTH!

Child Support Enforcement Child support ensures that noncustodial parents (NCPs) provide financial support for their children and serves as a strong anti-poverty program. Child support can help keep ...
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A MIND ON DRUGS?

While Jorge V. was under arrest for supposedly engaging in a drug transaction, his two minor children (9- and 10-years of age) were left alone for the entire time he was in police custody. ...
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NO KID-DING

After determining that a father's request for custody was "economically motivated," the Monroe County Supreme Court awarded "sole custody and primary physical residence" to the ...
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HE B A DELINQUENT

After he purloined another kid's cell phone, the Bronx County Family Court declared Isaiah B. to be juvenile delinquent, charged him with grand larceny in the fourth degree, and put him on a ...
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HONORING FAMILY COURT JUDGES

The Annual Presentation of the Kathryn A. McDonald Awards & Reception Honoring Family Court Judges in New York City THIS YEAR'S AWARD WINNERS ARE MICHAEL WILLIAMS CLERK OF COURT BRONX FAMILY ...
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OVERWHELMED?

Erika Mae H. and Thomas B. both were in their late 20s, lived with their respective parents, supposedly had a "history of domestic violence," "serious substance abuse," and were ...
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WHO'S YOUR DADDY?

Spotted in The Bronx: A DNA Testing truck Photo credit: Gines Pasamonte
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THE FALL OF THE ROMAN

Alla B. filed an appeal after the Kings County Family Court refused to impute additional income to Roman N., so that the latter would pay more child support. Roman's refusal to disclose his ...
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DON'T BE A HERO

Billie RR., mother of two special needs children, consented to a finding of neglect after she was charged with physically abusing one of her kids and inadequately addressing their needs. When she ...
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ACKNOWLEDGE FAMILY COURT SERVICE

Seeking Nominations for Kathryn A. McDonald Award The City Bar is now soliciting nominations for the Kathryn A. McDonald Award for Excellence in Service to Family Court. This award recognizes the ...
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THE SCREAM

A walk in the park took a turn for the worse when Antoya M. began to experience "auditory hallucinations" that a "demon" was out to hurt her son. (Antoya was later hospitalized and ...
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MAMMA MIA!

Even though they shared custody of their four children, it was agreed that the youngsters would live with Racquel in North Carolina. A few years later, Blerim asked the Bronx County Family Court for ...
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FAMILY COURT TURNS 50

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the New York State Family Court Thursday, September 20, 2012 6:00 pm-8:00 pm Registration: There is no charge for this program. Register Join the New York City Bar ...
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TOO CLOSE TO HOME?

Nanette Dembitz Lecture 2011 Lecture panelists gather following program The Close to Home Initiative and its Effects on New York City's Juvenile Justice System Join NYCLA's Family Court and Child ...
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