NJ Supreme Court Rewrites Standard for Child Relocation

, New Jersey Law Journal


The New Jersey Supreme Court on Tuesday overturned a 16-year-old precedent that has been widely used to determine whether a custodial parent can relocate children to another state over the objections of the other parent.

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  • Michael Laffey

    This shows the danger of the Courts relying on Social "Science" too much. Unlike hard science social science is more likely to not be settled, riddled with bias, subjective and ultimately unreliable. The Courts need to be very careful when relying on the findings of social scientists

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